Key Success Factors in NADFC

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Factors of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of internal and external NADFC can evolve and affect the existence of NADFC. The most influential factor both positive and negative to the development of NADFC can be identified through the analysis of the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT Analysis). By looking at the relationship of the strengths and weaknesses with the vision, mission to be achieved, the results of strategic analysis, which are key factors for success are

    1. Commitment from all levels of management to safeguard the success of Bureaucratic reform became a priority focus of NADFC activities. The leader Commitment is marked by the signing of NADFC’s readiness to conduct Bureaucratic reform.

    2. Internalization of Bureaucratic reform through the integration of activities. All of the programs and activities in NADFC focuses on improving the benefit for the society so that the Bureaucratic reforms become the basis of the administration of Food and Drugs Control in NADFC. This is illustrated in Table 1.4 showing the relations of 8 (eight) aspects of Bureaucratic Reforms with the policy direction of NADFC.

      Areas of Change

      NADFC Policy

      Organization

      - Improving the capacity of NADFC

      - Developing a credible and excellent NADFC Institution.

      - Enhancing cross-sector networks under NADFC supervision of drugs and food

      Governance

      Legislation

      - Enhancing National control system

      Human Resource Apparatus

      - Improving the competence, professionalism, and capacity of NADFC Human Capital

      Supervision and Accountability

      - Developing a credible and excellent NADFC Institution

      Public Service

      - Enhancing national control system

      - Establishing a modern and reliable control laboratory

      - Empowering the community in controlling drugs and food

      Mind Set and Work Culture of Apparatus

      - Improving the competence, professionalism, and capacity of nadfc Human Capital

    3. Unleashing the human resources to support Bureaucratic reform. Involvement of all components including increased budget efficiency and effective use of infrastructure and facilities is one of the NADFC's commitment to the success of the reform of the Bureaucratic in the NADFC.

    4. Consistent implementation of Bureaucratic reforms adjusted to current and future needs.

    5. Achievement and improvement of the targets are conducted on an ongoing basis. Improvement is carried out not only to the point of a certain progress, but also to documents and Bureaucratic Reforms and achievement as well as an increase in the target from time to time.

    6. Improvement efforts are conducted in a way that is continuous, holistic, structured and result-oriented. Proposal documents submitted will be a guide to NADFC Bureaucratic Reforms to reach a certain progress in all areas of change and will be a living document. In addition the implementation, monitoring and evaluation will be conducted as well.