Posted March. 14, 2005 22:08,
Starting next year, the number of civil service personnel will decrease by a great amount.
On March 14, the Military Manpower Administration (MMA) announced that due to the decline in military service resources the number of civil service personnel assigned to state organs, local government bodies and welfare facilities will be cut by 5,756 to 20,960.
Accordingly, in the case of overloaded or exhaust fume-discharging vehicles and unlicensed buildings, the 1,747 civil service personnel that were assigned to them this year will be fully suspended by next year. Also, in the case of general administration aid and facility guarding, the number of civil service personnel will drop to a little over 8,000, and will continually decrease in stages until 2008.
However, the MMA has explained that in such cases as welfare facilities, support vehicles, and activity aid for the disabled, they will assign civil service personnel according to the corresponding groups demand, and will further increase the number of civil service personnel in this field.