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Kompleks Penjara Malaysia, Kajang, Selangor
Phone: 03-8732 8000

Malaysian Prisons Department as a Correctional organization remains committed to providing quality service and effective to the customer. 

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Jabatan Kerja Raya Malaysia,, Kuala Lumpur
Phone: +603 2610 8888

Malaysian Public Works Department (PWD) has touched on various aspects of Malaysian life over 100 years ago. PWD has provided infrastructure and a better environment for everyday life. PWD is also responsible for building the road as a way to connect which is a major catalyst in the socio-economic development of the country. Additionally PWD is also responsible for providing clean and safe water to create a clean and healthy citizens. In developing country, the aspect of architecture that symbolizes the heritage and culture of Malaysians are never forgotten. Hence, the number of buildings constructed were accepted as a landmark country. PWD is proud to be a contributor to the development for Malaysia

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Jabatan Pengangkutan Jalan, Putrajaya
Phone: +60 3 8888 4244

The Road Transport Department of Malaysia is one of the departments under the Land Division, Ministry of Transport Malaysia. Responsible for providing counter services for vehicle and driver licensing and enforcing the Road Transport Act 1987 to ensure safe drivers and safe vehicles. In addition, it is also an organization that provides high quality services, manage and enforce the collection of revenue in a transparent and efficient transportation.

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Kastam Diraja Malaysia, No.3, Persiaran Perdana Presint 2, Putrajaya
Phone: 03-8882 2100

The Royal Malaysian Customs (RMC) is the government agency responsible for administrating the nation’s indirect tax policy. In other words, RMC administers seven main and thirty-nine subsidiary laws. Apart from this, RMC implements eighteen laws for other government agencies.

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Bangunan LPPKN, 12B, Jalan Raja Laut,, Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 603 2693 7555

The National Population and Family Development, NPFDB, was established under the National Population and Family Development Act 1966 [Act 352] and placed under the Prime Minister. At its inception the main focus NPFDB is implementing family planning programs and activities in the country.

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Level 20 & 21, Menara KWSP, Georgetown, Pulau Pinang
Phone: 604 238 2888

The Northern Corridor Implementation Authority (NCIA) was established under the Northern Corridor Implementation Authority Act 2008 (Act 687) as the authority responsible for providing direction and for devising policies and strategies in relation to socio-economic development in the Northern Corridor Economic Region (Koridor Utara), which encompasses 21 districts in northern Peninsular Malaysia in the states of Kedah, Perak, Perlis and Penang.

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Parlimen Malaysia, Bangunan Parlimen, Kuala Lumpur
Phone: 603 2072 1955

Malaysia practices system of Parliamentary Democracy under a constitutional monarchy with the administration of His Majesty the Yang di-Pertuan Agong as Head of State. The Federal Constitution was drafted by conducting such conditions to enable the implementation of this system. One of the criteria system of parliamentary democracy is the separation of powers into three parts in the reign of the Legislature, Judiciary and Executive Director (Administration).

Malaysia is also a country that practices democracy system based on the Federal system. Based on this provision, states of Perlis, Kedah, Penang, Perak, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Melaka, Johor, Pahang, Terengganu, Kelantan, Sarawak and Sabah have agreed to the formation of Malaysia.

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Aras 1 - 4, Podium 2 & 3, Wisma Sumber Asli, Putrajaya,
Phone: 1-800-88-2727

Department of Environment (DOE) was originally created as Environment under the Ministry of Local Government and Environment on 15 April 1975. Environment Division was then placed under the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment in March 1976. Based on the importance of environmental protection and conservation, dated September 1, 1983, the Environment Division was upgraded to a full department known as the Department of Environment. In March 2004 DOE transferred to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment. The establishment of this department is based on the Environmental Quality Act, 1974 which was enacted in March 1974 and came into force on 15 April 1975.

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Aras 5, 8 -16 dan 18, Kompleks Kementerian Komunikasi dan Multimedia, Putrajaya,
Phone: 603-8911 3440

Since its inception, the Department is responsible for explaining to calm and control the situation. Description communicated through face to face communication, printed materials and broadcast by radio. At that time, the Department of Publicity and Printing was also responsible for printing and radio broadcasting. In addition, the Department is also responsible for printing and control the printing of all types of forms and other materials required by all government departments. On 1 April 1946 the Department of Publicity and Printing was dissolved and given a new name, the Department of Public Affairs (Department of Public Relations), which took over all the functions of the Department of Publicity and Printing. Since that date the Department is no longer responsible for the printing and publication. In 1950 the Department of Information was the name adopted in accordance with the functions and responsibilities.

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Aras 4-9 Blok D7, Kompleks D, Putrajaya,
Phone: 03-8886 4000

Jakim establishment began with the National Council for Islamic Religious Affairs Malaysia (MKI) at its inception in 1968 which has been agreed by the Conference of Rulers.

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