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National Personnel Authority

'National Personnel Authority'
Agency overview
Jurisdiction Government of Japan
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Agency executive Commissioner, Tsuneo Hara
Parent agency independent administrative institution
Website [1]

The National Personnel Authority (人事院 Jinjiin) in Japan advises the prime minister on salaries and other matters pertaining to national government civil servants.[1]

Purpose

The three main functions[2] of the NPA are:

  • Implementing recruitment examinations, trainingprograms and establishing standards for appointment and dismissal which ensure fairness in personnel administration.
  • Making recommendations to the Diet and the Cabinet regarding remuneration and other working conditions for national public employees as compensation for the restriction of fundamental labor rights.
  • Researching domestic and international systems of personnel management and enforcing personnel management measures that can meet the needs of the times as a specialized agency for personnel administration.

External links

  • National Personnel Authority English website
  • List of NPA Senior Officials
  • English translation of the National Public Service Act

References

  1. ^ "National Personnel Authority Purpose". National Personnel Authority. Retrieved 7/11/2012. 
  2. ^ "National Personnel Authority Purpose". National Personnel Authority. Retrieved 7/11/2012. 
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