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The Civil Service Protection and Training Commission, established on June 1, 1996, is responsible for safeguarding the rights and interests of civil servants and for national civil service training. To provide such training, the subordinate agency National Civil Service Institute was established on July 26, 1999, and was later restructured to become the National Academy of Civil Service on March 26, 2010; the Central Taiwan Training Center was also established during this period.


The mission of the Commission is to safeguard the reasonable rights and interests of civil servants and to develop high-quality civil servants. Based on the three core values of Impartiality, Harmony, and Efficiency, our policy goals are to enable civil servants to perform their duties with dignity, take on responsibilities, provide comprehensive services, and improve their performance.

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