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Office for Government Policy Coordination / Prime Minister's Secretariat

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Organization & Functions

FUNCTIONS

Assists Prime Minister with various tasks, responsible for directing, adjusting and overseeing central administrative authorities underneath Prime Minister's Office; planning and adjusting key national policies; managing, analyzing and assessing policies in regard to social risks, conflicts and pending problems; implementing regulatory reform; and doing other tasks specifically delegated by Prime Minister

Planning and Coordination Office

Plans and coordinates major policies of PMO.
Supports and coordinates the government’s administration policies.
Supports and coordinates foreign affairs and national security policies.
Plans and coordinates the Official Development Assistance policies.

Government Performance Evaluation Office

Manages individual evaluations
Manages and inspects policy and program performance self-evaluated by central ministries
Evaluates specific policies and programs

Regulatory Reform Office

Draws up basic directions of regulatory reform
Reviews new and strengthened regulations
Evaluates regulatory reform
Conducts institutional improvement of regulatory reform
Cooperates with OECD, APEC and other foreign organizations for regulatory reform

Economic Policy Coordination Office

Supervises and coordinates policies of central government agencies involved with finance, ICT, trade, industry, energy, agriculture, land, infrastructure, transport, oceans and fisheries etc.
Conducts economic risk management and conflict resolution, and establishes plans for economic issues
Manages mid- and long-term plans in which several government agencies are involved
Suppoets measures and polices for developing Jeju Free International City

Social Policy Coordination Office

Supervises and coordinates policies of central government agencies involved with social welfare, health, education, culture, gender equality, public safety, environment, employment, food and medicine etc.
Conducts social risk management and conflict resolution, and establishes plans for social issues
Manages mid- and long-term plans in which several government agencies are involved

Director General for Administrative Affairs

Manages organization including organizational structure and division of works
Conducts human resource management including recruitment, service regulations, training and pension
Manages archives and general affairs and overseas official seal, documentation and opening of information
Manages security and informatization of administration
Oversees budget, accounting and closing
Supports contracts (goods and service, construction) and national property management

Director General for Legal Affairs and Audit

Takes in charge of legislation, judicial affairs and previous trials by an administrative agency concerning relevant duties
Audits all the duties and activities of the Office for Government Policy Coordination and its affiliated institutions
Overseas incorruptible and anti-corruption policies of the Office for Government Policy Coordination and the Code of Conduct

Tax Tribunal

Serves as an independent organization to protect taxpayers from wrongful and unfair taxes