KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 4): The critical service incentive allowance (BIPK) for 33 schemes in the civil service is not under the Finance Ministry, finance minister Lim Guan Eng clarified today.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 28): Medical and health-related organisations have welcome the government's decision to postpone the abolition of the Critical Service Incentive Allowances for new professional civil servants next year.
PETALING JAYA (Dec 27): Following backlash over the announcement that the Critical Services Incentive Payment (BIPK) would be abolished, the Public Service Department (JPA) released a statement yesterday, saying that the BIPK or critical allowance was implemented as a temporary measure that could be abolished if it was determined to no longer be relevant, or to no longer fulfil particular criteria.
PUTRAJAYA (Dec 27): The abolition of the Critical Service Incentive Payment (BIPK) involving 33 service schemes is because it no longer meets the criteria for granting the allowance.
Critical Service Incentive Payment issue: Health Minister to 'monitor the development of this matter'
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 26): Health minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad (pictured) has called on the Deputy Minister, Ministry secretary-general and directors-general to meet with the Public Service Department (PSD) as soon as possible to discuss the removal of the Critical Service Incentive Payment (BIPK) to many civil servants who are joining the service from Jan 1, 2020.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 26): Foreign Affairs minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah has rubbished claims that Cabinet ministers were provided with a monthly RM5,700 parking allowance.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 25): Former PM Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is concerned that the stopping of Critical Service Incentive Payment (BIPK) to doctors, nurses, engineers and other professionals entering the civil service starting from next year may impact the people.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 25): The Public Service Department (PSD) has explained that the Critical Service Incentive Payment (BIPK) for civil servants is not permanent, is designed to be needs-based and reviewed every five years.