Abstract

Administrative reforms and reforms in Malaysia have been taking place in the civil service since the early 1960s, only a few years after independence (Mardika). The least important reforms have begun, such as the necessity of wearing the Labadege's "known name for clients", the use of advanced quality systems and standards, It should be recognized that this development and the progress of the administrative reform process are due to the Government's adoption of an independent approach to implementing the administrative changes led by such figures as Ton, Abdul Razzaq and Dr. Mahathirmhem, Prime Minister