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The Administrative Coordination Office(1973~1998)

By date History of Public Administration Coordination Office from 1973 to 1998
Year Date Overview
1997 2.10 The Water Quality Improvement Planning Group is installed
1995 10.19 Protocols are established regarding the safety management of disasters with the implementation of the Disaster Management Act
1994 12.23 The number of personnel is increased by taking over the review and analysis functions from the Economic Planning Board
The Administration Coordination Officer is granted senior vice-minister status, acting as the Chair of the Vice Ministers’ Council
1993 4.9 The 5th Director General for Administrative Coordination (democratic ideology) is abolished
1991 8.30 The functions of the 3rd Director General for Administrative Coordination are adjusted according to the organization of the Seoul City Council
1989 12.31 The 4th Director General for Administrative Coordination (inspection) and the 5th Director General for Administrative Coordination (democratic ideology) are established
1984 12.31 The duties related to measures and plans for youth are taken over from the Minister of Education
1983 3.2 The 4th Director General for Administrative Coordination is abolished
Overall management and support for the 1986 Asian Games and 1988 Olympics is added
1981 11.2 The 5th Director General for Administrative Coordination is abolished
The abolishment of the Office of Planning & Coordination results in personnel transfers and an increased number of personnel
1973 1.30 The Administrative Coordination Office (1st to 5th Director General for Administrative Coordination) is established

 

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