National Personnel Authority


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National Personnel Authority

An agency of the Japanese government responsible for publishing the names of civil servants who take high positions in private companies and vice versa. The National Personnel Authority exists to promote transparency in Japanese government-business relations.
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In 2010, he was appointed Consul General, Consulate-General of Japan in Detroit, in 2013, Deputy Director General, National Institute of Public Administration, National Personnel Authority of Japan.
He mentions a National Personnel Authority, a powerful independent institution which enabled Japan to have one of the world's best civil services.
TOKYO - The number of people who passed this year's exam for screening candidates for rank-and-file jobs at the national government more than doubled from the year before following last December's change of government, the National Personnel Authority said Wednesday.
TOKYO - The number of people who passed this year's exam to select candidates for fast-track civil service posts at Japan's central government was 1,753, up 28.0 percent from the previous year due to a hiring policy turnaround, the National Personnel Authority said Monday.
Instead, the government decided not to implement a 0.23 percent reduction on average in salaries of national government employees proposed by the National Personnel Authority -- the first government move in 29 years to shelve the authority's proposal.
According to the National Police Agency, the cyber attacks, which came on the 80th anniversary of the 1931 Manchurian Incident, affected the websites of the National Personnel Authority, the Cabinet Office and a government video distribution servicehe cyber attacks were in the form of hackers transmitting huge amounts of data to a website to thwart its functioning, the Telegraph reports.
The National Personnel Authority on Thursday issued its first recommendation since 1948 for a cut in the monthly salaries of central government employees, saying wages in fiscal 2002 should be reduced in line with shrinking pay packets in the private sector.
Tuesday on the Web site of the National Personnel Authority, which is on the wide area network (WAN) for the Kasumigaseki government office district, the officials said.
Nakatani resigned Monday from the state-run university after the National Personnel Authority refused to allow him to concurrently work at a private company.
In order to give priority to enacting a bill to cut the monthly salaries of central government workers by an average of 7.8 percent, the government decided in October not to legislate a 0.23 percent cut, proposed by the National Personnel Authority for fiscal 2011.

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