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BASIC PRINCIPLES AND STANDARDS CREDO of the Government of our country (organizational culture)

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Main Goals:

Minimizing public costs: Public officials must work to reduce public costs by efficiently and responsibly managing the resources entrusted to them.

Maximizing Productivity and Efficiency: Public servants should strive for optimal productivity and efficiency in their work in order to provide high-quality services to citizens.

Maximizing service to citizens: Public officials must be at the service of citizens and strive to meet their needs and expectations as much as possible.

Minimizing mortality: Public officials should work to reduce mortality by maintaining a safe and healthy public environment and promoting policies that improve the health and well-being of citizens.

Maximizing Happiness: Public officials should work to improve the quality of life of citizens by supporting policies that increase happiness and life satisfaction.

World Public and Government Organizations - Credo

BASIC PRINCIPLES AND STANDARDS CREDO

of the Government and Public organizations of our country

(organizational culture)

1. Long-term objectives.

2. Risk Reduction:

3. Proximity to problems and decision making.

4. Efficiency, Productivity and Citizen Service

5. No interruptions.

6. Resource Management - OPTIMAL LOAD DISTRIBUTION of LOAD

7. Adaptability and Rapid Response - SPEED OF RESPONSE TO CHANGES IN THE ENVIRONMENT

8. Meeting Employee Expectations: The most important ones are listed in Rights.911.bg

9. Evaluation of Public Servants:

10. Respect for Cultural Differences:

11.. Culture of Self-Criticism:

12. Citizen and Business Engagement:

13. Building Partnerships:

14. Experience and Rule-Based Governance:

15. Continuous learning:

16. Transparency and Integrity:

17. Rejecting populism:

18. Respect for Public Servants:

19. Zero Tolerance for Disrespecting Government Philosophy:

20. Preserving and Passing on Government Spirit:

21. Pursuit of Excellence:

22. Prioritizing Citizens:

23. Innovation:

24. Public Health Protection:

25. Support for Quality of Life

26. Priority Management:

27. Focus on Strategic Goals:

28.Critical Decision-Making:

29.Time Management:

30. The balance between urgent and important takes into account the energy required to achieve a unit of output in a given time.

31. Diversity and Inclusion:

32. Responsiveness and Empaty:

33. Accountability:

34. Professionalism:

35. The importance of collaboration:

36. Faith in Positive Change:

 

PURPOSE

  1. Long-term objectives.
  1. Long-term objectives. Government organizations must focus on achieving long-term goals that create value for individuals, businesses, and society as a whole. This means that they must think beyond the next election or term and focus on creating solutions that will work in the best interests of their citizens in the long term.
  2. Strategic thinking and action. Government employees must be able to think strategically and act accordingly. This means that they must be able to see the big picture and make decisions that are in the best interests of their citizens, even if those decisions are not popular in the short term.
  3. Undeterred by short-term temptations and personal gains. Government employees must be able to resist short-term temptations and personal gains that could hinder the pursuit of organizational objectives. This means that they must be willing to put the interests of the organization and the citizens ahead of their own personal interests.
  4. Alignment with citizen needs. Government organizations must ensure that their goals and objectives are aligned with the needs of the citizens they serve. This can be done by conducting regular surveys and listening to citizen feedback.
  5. Accountability. Government organizations must be accountable to the citizens they serve. This means being transparent about their decisions and being willing to answer for their actions.
  6. Innovation. Government organizations must be innovative in their approach to problem-solving. This means being willing to try new things and being open to new ideas.

The long-term focus of government organizations is important because it allows them to create sustainable and resilient solutions. This means that government organizations must think beyond the next election or term and focus on creating solutions that will work in the best interests of their citizens in the long term. Government organizations also need to have employees who are able to think strategically and act accordingly. This means that employees must be able to see the big picture and make decisions that are in the best interests of their citizens, even if those decisions are not popular in the short term.

By following these principles, government organizations can ensure that they are working in the best interests of their citizens and making a positive impact on society.

SECURITY

  1. Risk Reduction: 

Government organizations have a responsibility to protect the security of their information, their physical assets, and their computer systems and networks. This includes:

In addition to these specific security measures, government organizations should also focus on risk reduction. This means identifying and mitigating potential risks to the organization's security. This can be done by conducting regular security assessments, by training employees on security awareness, and by implementing security policies and procedures.

Encouraging problem identification

It is important to maintain an encouraging atmosphere for problem identification across all departments and levels. This means creating a culture where employees feel comfortable reporting security issues, even if they seem minor. Any open issue should be seen as a capital investment, a source of innovative ideas.

QUALITY OF SOLUTIONS

  1. Proximity to problems and decision making.
  1. Proximity to problems and decision making. Government organizations must be close to the issues they are trying to solve. This means understanding the problems at their source and corroborating the situation personally. Decisions must be made based on verified information, not on assumptions or hearsay.
  2. Thorough analysis and synthesis. Government organizations must make decisions after a thorough analysis of all possible solutions. This includes considering the costs and benefits of each solution, as well as the potential risks and consequences.
  3. Careful selection of the best alternative. Government organizations must carefully select the best alternative from the available options. This means considering the needs of the citizens, as well as the long-term implications of the decision.
  4. Involvement of all relevant team members. Government organizations must involve all relevant team members in the decision-making process. This ensures that everyone's input is considered and that the best possible decision is made.
  5. Respect for opinions and insights. Government organizations must respect the opinions and insights of all team members. This means listening to everyone's ideas and considering them carefully, even if they are not the same as your own.
  6. Sufficient time for action planning and development. Government organizations must allow sufficient time for action planning and development. This ensures that the best possible solution is implemented and that it is effective in solving the problem.
  7. Continuing evaluation. Government organizations must continue to evaluate the effectiveness of their solutions and make adjustments as needed. This ensures that the solutions are meeting the needs of the citizens and that they are still effective in solving the problem.
  8. Communication with the public. Government organizations must communicate effectively with the public about the solutions they are implementing. This helps to build trust and confidence in the government's ability to solve problems.
  9. Continuous learning. Government organizations must be constantly learning and adapting. This ensures that they are able to keep up with the changing needs of the citizens and that they are able to find the best possible solutions to the problems they are facing.

By following these principles, government organizations can ensure that the solutions they implement are of the highest quality and that they are effective in solving the problems they are facing.

STRUGGLE FOR A LONG AND QUALITY LIFE

  1. Efficiency, Productivity and Citizen Service
  1. Wealth creation. Efficiency and productivity create wealth in a society. This wealth can be used to improve the lives of citizens and to make the society more competitive.
  1. Increased productivity leads to higher incomes for citizens. This means that they have more money to spend on goods and services, which can boost the economy.
  2. Increased efficiency leads to lower costs for businesses. This means that they can produce goods and services more affordably, which can make them more competitive in the global market.
  1. Freedom to create and develop. Efficiency and productivity also create freedom. This freedom allows citizens to pursue their dreams and to contribute to the development of the society.
  1. More efficient and productive societies have more resources available to invest in education, healthcare, and other social programs. This can help to create a more just and equitable society.
  2. More efficient and productive societies also have more opportunities for innovation and creativity. This can help to drive economic growth and improve the quality of life for all citizens.
  1. Competitiveness. The competitiveness of a society is directly related to its efficiency, productivity, and citizen service. A society that is efficient, productive, and provides good citizen service will be more competitive in the global economy.
  1. More efficient and productive societies can produce goods and services more cheaply, which makes them more attractive to businesses.
  2. Societies with good citizen service are more attractive to workers and investors. This can help to attract new businesses and investment, which can boost economic growth.
  1. Sustainability. Efficiency, productivity, and citizen service should be pursued in a way that is sustainable for the environment. This means using resources wisely and avoiding pollution.
  2. Equality. The benefits of efficiency, productivity, and citizen service should be distributed fairly throughout society. This means ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to succeed and that no one is left behind.
  3. Accountability. Government organizations should be accountable to the citizens they serve. This means being transparent about their decisions and being willing to answer for their actions.

By following these principles, government organizations can help to create a strong and prosperous society that provides opportunities for all citizens.

WITHOUT INTERRUPTION

5. No interruptions.

  1. Continuous process. It is crucial to not allow periods of inactivity on any of the planned actions, especially the priority ones. This means ensuring that there is a continuous process of planning, implementation, and adherence to rules and laws.
  2. Necessary resources. To achieve this, it is necessary to provide the necessary human and financial resources. This means ensuring that there are enough employees with the right skills and that there is enough funding to support the operations.
  3. Use of artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence can be used to automate tasks, such as answering citizen questions, processing documents, and monitoring systems. This can free up human employees to focus on more complex tasks and improve the efficiency of operations.
  4. Execution control. Artificial intelligence can also be used to control the execution of procedures and ensure that they are performed correctly. This can help to prevent errors and improve the quality of services.
  5. Communication. It is important to communicate effectively with all stakeholders, including citizens, employees, and partners. This ensures that everyone is aware of the plans and that there is a common understanding of the goals.
  6. Flexibility. It is important to be flexible and adaptable to change. This means being willing to adjust the plans as needed and to respond to unexpected events.
  7. Continuous improvement. It is important to continuously improve the process. This means identifying areas for improvement and making changes to the plans as needed.

By following these principles, government organizations can ensure that they are able to achieve their goals without interruptions.

6. Resource Management - OPTIMAL LOAD DISTRIBUTION of LOAD

  1. Efficient operation of resources. Government organizations must ensure the efficient operation of human and material resources. This means monitoring data on their optimal workload and avoiding prolonged overuse of any resource.
  1. Monitoring data. This means collecting data on the workload of each resource, such as the number of tasks it is assigned, the amount of time it takes to complete each task, and the errors it makes.
  2. Avoiding overuse. This means using resources within their optimal workload range. This will help to prevent errors and ensure that the resources are available when needed.
  1. Regular review of resource status. Government organizations must regularly review the status of their resources to ensure that they are being used efficiently. This includes reviewing data on workload, performance, and availability.
  1. Workload. This means reviewing the workload of each resource to ensure that it is not overloaded.
  2. Performance. This means reviewing the performance of each resource to ensure that it is meeting expectations.
  3. Availability. This means reviewing the availability of each resource to ensure that it is not unavailable when needed.
  1. Proper task and role distribution. Government organizations must ensure that tasks and roles are distributed properly, considering the talents and abilities of individuals. This will help to ensure high performance, reliability, and quality.
  1. Talents and abilities. This means considering the skills, knowledge, and experience of each individual when assigning tasks and roles.
  2. High performance. This means ensuring that tasks are assigned to individuals who are capable of completing them effectively.
  3. Reliability. This means ensuring that tasks are assigned to individuals who are reliable and who will complete them on time.
  4. Quality. This means ensuring that tasks are assigned to individuals who will complete them to a high standard.
  5. Continuous improvement. Government organizations should continuously review their resource management practices to identify areas for improvement. This will help them to ensure that they are using their resources in the most effective way possible.
  6. Communication. Government organizations should communicate effectively with their employees about their resource management practices. This will help to ensure that employees understand their roles and responsibilities and that they are committed to using resources efficiently.
  7. Technology. Government organizations can use technology to help them manage their resources more efficiently. This includes using software to track resource usage, identify areas for improvement, and communicate with employees.

By following these principles, government organizations can ensure that their resources are used efficiently and effectively.

7. Adaptability and Rapid Response - SPEED OF RESPONSE TO CHANGES IN THE ENVIRONMENT

Think quickly. This means being able to assess the situation, identify the most important factors, and develop a plan of action. This includes being able to think outside the box and to come up with creative solutions.

  1. Trust their leaders. This means that leaders must be able to communicate effectively and to build trust with their team members. This will help to ensure that team members are willing to follow the leader's instructions and that they are confident in the leader's ability to make decisions.
  2. Work quickly and efficiently as a team. This is essential in pressing situations. Government organizations must be able to work together effectively to achieve their goals. This includes being able to communicate effectively, to share information, and to coordinate their efforts.
  3. Be willing to take significant action when necessary. This means being willing to make tough decisions and to take risks. This is important in order to ensure that the government organization is able to respond to changes in the environment quickly and effectively.
  4. Focus on speed and ingenuity, rather than size. This means being able to develop and implement solutions quickly and effectively. This is important in order to ensure that the government organization is able to stay ahead of the curve and to respond to changes in the environment before they become a major problem.
  5. Continuous learning. Government organizations must be constantly learning and adapting. This ensures that they are able to keep up with the changing environment and that they are able to find the best possible solutions to the problems they are facing.
  6. Communication. Government organizations must communicate effectively with all stakeholders, including citizens, employees, and partners. This ensures that everyone is aware of the changes and that there is a common understanding of the goals.
  7. Flexibility. Government organizations must be flexible and adaptable to change. This means being willing to adjust their plans as needed and to respond to unexpected events.

By following these principles, government organizations can ensure that they are able to adapt to changes in the environment and to respond quickly to crises.

  1. Cultivation of Leaders: 
  1. Systematic cultivation. Government organizations must systematically cultivate leaders by promoting a leadership culture and delegating responsibilities to high achievers. This will help to create a pipeline of talented leaders who can take on increasingly important roles in the organization.
  1. Leadership culture. This means creating an environment where leadership is valued and where employees are encouraged to take on leadership roles.
  2. Delegating responsibilities. This means giving high achievers the opportunity to take on challenging assignments and to lead projects.
  1. Respect for successful individuals. Government organizations must respect successful individuals and learn from them. This can be done by providing them with opportunities to mentor and coach others, and by giving them a voice in decision-making.
  2. Placing leaders in front of great opportunities. Government organizations should place their leaders in front of great opportunities, not significant problems. This will help to develop their skills and experience, and it will also help them to build a reputation as successful leaders.
  1. Great opportunities. This means giving leaders the opportunity to work on projects that are important to the organization and that have the potential to make a significant impact.
  2. Significant problems. This means avoiding giving leaders assignments that are too difficult or that are likely to fail.
  1. Homegrown leaders. Government organizations should focus on developing homegrown leaders, rather than importing them from other organizations. This will help to ensure that the organization has a strong culture of leadership, and it will also help to build a sense of ownership and commitment among the employees.
  2. Selfless leaders. Exceptional leaders are not self-centered. They put the interests of the organization above their own, and they are always willing to help others develop their leadership skills. These leaders are essential for the long-term success of any organization.
  3. Communication. Government organizations must communicate effectively with their leaders about their expectations and about the opportunities that are available to them. This will help to ensure that leaders are aligned with the organization's goals and that they are motivated to succeed.
  4. Training. Government organizations should provide their leaders with training and development opportunities. This will help them to develop the skills and knowledge they need to be successful.
  5. Evaluation. Government organizations should evaluate their leaders on a regular basis. This will help to identify strengths and weaknesses and to provide feedback that can help leaders to improve their performance.

By following these principles, government organizations can ensure that they have a strong cadre of leaders who are capable of leading the organization to success.

SATISFYING THE EXPECTATIONS OF EMPLOYEES

  1. Meeting Employee Expectations: The most important ones are listed in Rights.911.bg
  1. Clear understanding of duties and rights. Employees must have a clear understanding of their duties and rights. This includes knowing what is expected of them in their role, and what they are entitled to in terms of benefits, compensation, and work-life balance. This can be done by providing employees with clear job descriptions, employee handbooks, and regular performance reviews.
  2. Provision of necessary resources. Employees must have the necessary resources to be able to do their jobs effectively. This includes access to information, technology, and training. This can be done by providing employees with the necessary tools and equipment, by training them on new technologies, and by providing them with opportunities to learn new skills.
  3. Recognition and appreciation. Employees need to feel appreciated for their work. This can be done through formal recognition, such as awards and bonuses, or through informal recognition, such as thank-you notes and public praise. This can be done by creating a culture of appreciation, by recognizing employees' contributions, and by celebrating their successes.
  4. Personal development. Employees should have opportunities to develop their skills and knowledge. This can be done through training, mentoring, and job rotation. This can be done by providing employees with access to training opportunities, by pairing them with mentors, and by giving them opportunities to take on new challenges.
  5. Contribution. Employees should feel that they are contributing significantly to the organization. This can be done by giving them challenging work and by providing them with opportunities to make decisions. This can be done by giving employees challenging assignments, by involving them in decision-making, and by giving them ownership of their work.
  6. Opinions. Employees should feel that their opinions matter. This can be done by soliciting their input on important decisions and by giving them a voice in the workplace. This can be done by creating a culture of open communication, by asking for employees' input on decisions, and by giving them a voice in the workplace.
  7. Commitment. Employees should feel that their colleagues are committed to high-quality work. This can be done by creating a culture of excellence and by rewarding employees for their contributions. This can be done by setting high standards, by rewarding employees for their contributions, and by creating a culture of teamwork.
  8. Communication. Government organizations must communicate effectively with their employees about their expectations and about the opportunities that are available to them. This will help to ensure that employees are aligned with the organization's goals and that they are motivated to succeed.
  9. Training. Government organizations should provide their employees with training and development opportunities. This will help them to develop the skills and knowledge they need to be successful.
  10. Evaluation. Government organizations should evaluate their employees on a regular basis. This will help to identify strengths and weaknesses and to provide feedback that can help employees to improve their performance.

By following these principles, government organizations can ensure that they are meeting the expectations of their employees and that they are creating a workplace where employees feel valued and appreciated.

SELECTION AND ASSESSMENT OF THE STATE EMPLOYEES

  1. Evaluation of Public Servants:
  1. Professionalism. Public servants should be professional in their conduct and appearance. They should be able to maintain confidentiality and should be able to represent the government in a positive light.
  2. Responsibility. Public servants should be responsible for their actions. They should be able to meet deadlines and should be able to follow instructions.
  3. Loyalty. Public servants should be loyal to the government and to the citizens. They should be willing to uphold the law and should be willing to serve the public interest.
  4. Ability to distinguish essential from nonessential tasks. Public servants should be able to prioritize tasks and to focus on the most important ones. They should be able to identify and eliminate waste and inefficiency.
  5. Potential for improving citizen service and productivity. Public servants should be evaluated on their ability to improve citizen service and productivity. They should be able to find new and innovative ways to deliver services and to improve efficiency.
  6. Communication skills. Public servants should be able to communicate effectively with citizens, coworkers, and other stakeholders. They should be able to write clearly and concisely and should be able to speak effectively in public.
  7. Self-motivation. Public servants should be self-motivated and should be able to work independently. They should be able to set goals and to achieve them.
  8. Ability to think and act strategically. Public servants should be able to think strategically and to develop long-term plans. They should be able to see the big picture and to make decisions that are in the best interests of the government and the citizens.

PURE CULTURE

  1. Respect for Cultural Differences: 

COMPROMISE WITH PERSONAL EGO IS THE MOST MEANINGFUL COMPROMISE

  1. Culture of Self-Criticism: 

By following these principles, government organizations can create a culture of self-criticism that will help them to identify and correct mistakes, learn from their experiences, and improve their performance.

SERVICE IS NOT CARE WITHOUT FEEDBACK, IT IS INQUIRY

  1. Citizen and Business Engagement: 
  1. Establishing a common problem-solving information environment. It is important to establish a common problem-solving information environment where team members engage with citizens and businesses. This will ensure that the issues of the people are resolved in the shortest possible time. It will also help to build trust and cooperation between the government and the people.
  2. Creating a single point of contact. This will make it easier for citizens and businesses to get the help they need.
  3. Providing real-time information. This will help citizens and businesses to track the progress of their requests and to get updates on the status of their cases.
  4. Making it easy to give feedback. This will help the government to improve its services and to better meet the needs of the people.
  5. Providing transparency to citizens. It is important to provide transparency to citizens regarding the progress of their service-related tasks. This will help to build trust and confidence in the government.
  6. Providing regular updates. This will help citizens to know what is happening with their requests and to understand the timeline for resolution.
  7. Being clear about the process. This will help citizens to understand what to expect and to know what they need to do to get their requests resolved.
  8. Being responsive to inquiries. This will help citizens to feel like their concerns are being heard and that their questions are being answered.
  9. Using technology to improve engagement. Technology can be used to improve engagement with citizens and businesses. For example, the government can use social media to communicate with citizens and to solicit feedback. The government can also use online platforms to provide citizens with access to information and to track the progress of their requests.
  10. Building relationships with citizens and businesses. It is important to build relationships with citizens and businesses. This can be done by meeting with them in person, by attending community events, and by listening to their concerns. By building relationships, the government can gain the trust and cooperation of citizens and businesses.
  11. Being responsive to feedback. It is important to be responsive to feedback from citizens and businesses. This shows that the government is listening to their concerns and that it is committed to improving its services. The government can be responsive to feedback by responding to inquiries, by making changes to its policies and procedures, and by providing training to its employees.

PARTNERSHIP

  1. Building Partnerships: 
  1. Fostering a cooperative information environment. It is important to foster a cooperative information environment with government partners. This means sharing information and resources, and working together to achieve common goals.
  2. Sharing information. This includes sharing data, research, and best practices.
  3. Sharing resources. This includes sharing personnel, equipment, and facilities.
  4. Working together. This includes coordinating activities, collaborating on projects, and sharing knowledge.
  5. Helping partners develop and improve. It is important to help partners develop and improve their own capabilities. This can be done by providing training, technical assistance, and funding.
  6. Building trust. It is important to build trust with partners. This can be done by being honest and transparent, and by keeping commitments.
  7. Seeking maximum joint action. It is important to seek maximum joint action with partners. This means working together to achieve the greatest possible impact.
  8. Aligning goals and objectives. It is important to align the goals and objectives of government partners. This will help to ensure that everyone is working towards the same thing.
  9. Communicating effectively. It is important to communicate effectively with partners. This will help to ensure that everyone is on the same page and that there are no misunderstandings.
  10. Managing conflict. It is important to be able to manage conflict with partners. This will help to ensure that disagreements are resolved in a constructive manner.

RULES AND ACCUMULATION OF EXPERIENCE

14. Experience and Rule-Based Governance: 

  1. System of enduring procedures. Government organizations should aim to create a system of enduring procedures, algorithms, and management rules. This will help to ensure that the organization is consistent in its operations and that it is able to learn from its experiences.
  2. Continuous improvement. Government organizations should continuously improve and update their procedures. This will help to ensure that the organization is using the best practices and that it is able to adapt to changes in the environment.
  3. Sharing of experiences. Government organizations should share experiences and knowledge without fear of displacement. This will help to ensure that the organization is learning from its mistakes and that it is able to build on its successes.
  4. Repeatable and beneficial. Government organizations should strive to make their processes repeatable and beneficial to numerous other employees and citizens. This will help to ensure that the organization is efficient and that it is able to deliver value to the people it serves.
  5. Awareness is the fruit of many years of study and experience. Government organizations should recognize that experience is essential for good governance. This means that they should create a culture of learning and that they should encourage employees to share their experiences.
  6. Documentation. Government organizations should document their procedures and knowledge so that they can be easily shared and reused.
  7. Training. Government organizations should provide training to their employees on the procedures and knowledge that they need to be effective.
  8. Evaluation. Government organizations should evaluate their procedures and knowledge on a regular basis to ensure that they are still effective.

By following these principles, government organizations can ensure that they are learning from their experiences and that they are able to improve their governance.

AWARENESS IS THE FRUIT OF MANY YEARS OF STUDY AND EXPERIENCE

15. Continuous learning:

  1. Commitment to learning. Public servants should be committed to continuous learning. This means being willing to learn new things and to adapt to change.
  2. Willingness to learn. Public servants should be willing to learn new things. This means being open to new ideas and being willing to challenge their own assumptions.
  3. Adaptability. Public servants should be adaptable. This means being able to change their behavior and their approach to work as needed.
  4. Benefits of continuous learning. There are many benefits to continuous learning for public servants. These include:
  1. Increased knowledge and skills
  2. Improved ability to solve problems
  3. Greater adaptability to change
  4. Enhanced job satisfaction
  5. Increased opportunities for advancement
  1. How to achieve continuous learning. There are many ways to achieve continuous learning for public servants. These include:
  1. Taking courses and workshops
  2. Reading professional journals and books
  3. Attending conferences and seminars
  4. Networking with other professionals
  5. Participating in online learning programs

Conclusion. Continuous learning is essential for public servants who want to be successful in today's ever-changing world. By committing to learning new things and adapting to change, public servants can improve their knowledge, skills, and abilities, and they can better serve the people they serve.

LIGHT HEALS FLAWS AND IRRESPONSIBILITY

  1. Transparency and Integrity: 

By following these principles, government organizations can create a culture of transparency and integrity, and they can ensure that they are held to the highest ethical standards.

Government organizations can ensure that they are transparent and accountable to the public.

POPULISM IS A TYPE OF FRAUD UNDER THE LAW

  1. Rejecting populism: 
  1. Populism. Populism is a political approach that seeks to appeal to the common person by appealing to their emotions and prejudices. It often involves making promises that are not based on facts or evidence.
  2. Fact-based. Government organizations should be fact-based. This means basing their decisions on evidence and reason, and not on emotion or prejudice.
  3. Transparent. Government organizations should be transparent about their actions. This means making their decisions and their reasoning clear to the public.
  4. Promises. Government organizations should avoid making promises that are not based on facts or evidence. This means being honest with the public about what they can and cannot do.
  5. Consequences. Populism can have negative consequences for government organizations. It can lead to making decisions that are not in the best interests of the public, and it can erode public trust in government.
  6. Emotions. Populism often appeals to the emotions of the public, such as fear and anger. This can be dangerous, as it can lead to people making decisions that are not in their best interests.
  7. Prejudice. Populism often appeals to the prejudices of the public, such as racism and xenophobia. This can be harmful, as it can lead to discrimination and violence.
  8. Education. Government organizations should educate the public about the dangers of populism. This can help to prevent people from being misled by populist promises.
  9. Engagement. Government organizations should engage with the public in a meaningful way. This can help to build trust and to ensure that the public is aware of the government's actions.

By following these principles, government organizations can avoid the negative consequences of populism and can ensure that they are acting in the best interests of the public and government organizations can help to protect the public from the negative consequences of populism.

RESPECT FOR CIVIL SERVANTS

  1. Respect for Public Servants: 
  1. Focus on efficiency. Government organizations should focus on making their people more efficient through technology rather than trying to replace them with it. This means investing in training and development, and it means creating a culture of innovation.
  2. Respect and value. Government organizations should respect and value loyal and dedicated employees. This means providing them with good working conditions, and it means recognizing their contributions.
  3. Demonstrate respect. Government organizations should demonstrate their respect for public servants, especially during challenging times. This means providing them with support and resources, and it means being open to their feedback.
  4. Communication. Government organizations should communicate effectively with public servants. This means keeping them informed about the organization's goals and priorities, and it means listening to their concerns.
  5. Participation. Government organizations should encourage public servants to participate in decision-making. This means giving them a voice in the organization's affairs, and it means valuing their input.
  6. Rewards and recognition. Government organizations should reward and recognize public servants for their hard work and dedication. This means providing them with tangible rewards, such as bonuses and promotions, and it means giving them public recognition.

By following these principles, government organizations can create a workplace where public servants feel valued, respected, and motivated.

INTOLERANCE OF THE UNPRINCIPLED

  1. Zero Tolerance for Disrespecting Government Philosophy: 
  1. Disassociation
  1. Government organizations should disassociate from those who do not share the government's philosophy. This means not working with them, not supporting them, and not giving them a platform.
  2. This is important because it sends a clear message that the government's philosophy is not to be taken lightly. It also helps to protect the government's reputation and to ensure that its values are upheld.
  1. Leadership
  1. Government organizations should rely on leaders who preach the government's organizational culture and who believe in the mission. This means hiring and promoting leaders who share the government's values, and it means providing them with the resources they need to succeed.
  2. This is important because leaders set the tone for the organization and their values will trickle down to the rest of the employees. By hiring leaders who share the government's values, the organization can be confident that its philosophy will be upheld.
  1. Inspections
  1. Government organizations should conduct regular inspections in each department to ensure adherence to these principles. This means checking to see if employees are following the government's policies and procedures, and it means ensuring that the organization is operating in a way that is consistent with its values.
  2. This is important because it helps to ensure that the government's philosophy is being followed throughout the organization. It also helps to identify any areas where the organization may need to improve.
  1. Confrontation
  1. Government organizations should not hesitate to confront groups or individuals who oppose these principles, even if they hold a higher position. This means speaking out against those who are violating the government's values, and it means taking action to ensure that they are held accountable.
  2. This is important because it sends a clear message that the government's values are not to be taken lightly. It also helps to protect the government's reputation and to ensure that its values are upheld.

By following these principles, government organizations can create a workplace where the government's philosophy is respected and upheld.

PRESERVATION OF GOVERNMENT SPIRIT AND SUCCESSION

20. Preserving and Passing on Government Spirit: 

  1. Sustainable organizational culture. Government organizations need to create a sustainable organizational culture where values are enduring and widely shared among all team members. This means creating a culture where employees feel valued and respected, and where they are motivated to uphold the organization's values.
  2. Vision of a prosperous nation. Government organizations need to always plan for the future, building their ideal vision of a prosperous nation. This vision should persist even after the current leaders' tenure. This means setting clear goals and objectives, and it means taking steps to ensure that the organization is moving in the right direction.
  3. Succession planning. Government organizations need to have a succession plan in place to ensure that the organization's values are preserved even after the current leaders leave. This means identifying potential successors, and it means providing them with the training and development they need to be successful.
  4. Communication. Government organizations need to communicate effectively with employees about the organization's values and vision. This means explaining the reasons for the organization's goals and objectives, and it means making sure that employees understand the importance of upholding the organization's values.
  5. Training. Government organizations need to provide training to employees on the organization's values and vision. This means teaching employees about the organization's values, and it means providing them with the skills they need to uphold those values in their work.
  6. Discipline. Government organizations need to discipline employees who violate the organization's values. This means taking action to ensure that employees are held accountable for their actions, and it means sending a message that the organization's values are not to be taken lightly.

By following these principles, government organizations can create a sustainable organizational culture and ensure that the government spirit is preserved for generations to come. Government organizations can create a workplace where the government spirit is preserved and upheld.

STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE

21. Pursuit of Excellence: 

  1. Continual learning and improvement. Government organizations should continually learn and improve. This means being open to new ideas and being willing to change.
  2. Not repeating mistakes. Government organizations should not repeat their mistakes. This means learning from the past and making sure that they do not make the same mistakes again.
  3. Surpassing predecessors. Government organizations should strive to surpass their predecessors. This means setting high goals and objectives, and it means taking steps to achieve them.
  4. Striving for perfection. Government organizations should never rest on their laurels. They should always strive for perfection, even when they have achieved great things.
  5. Innovation. Government organizations should be innovative. This means being willing to try new things, and it means being open to change.
  6. Leadership. Government organizations should have strong leadership. This means having leaders who are visionary and who are committed to excellence.
  7. Employees. Government organizations should have employees who are motivated and who are committed to excellence. This means providing employees with the training and development they need to be successful.

By following these principles, government organizations can achieve excellence and provide the best possible service to the public and government organizations can create a workplace where excellence is the norm.

THE CITIZENS AT THE FOREFRONT

22. Prioritizing Citizens: 

  1. Impact on citizens. Government organizations should always evaluate their actions based on their impact on citizens. This means considering the potential benefits and harms of their actions, and it means making sure that their actions are in the best interests of citizens.
  2. Impact on the nation. Government organizations should also consider the impact of their actions on the nation as a whole. This means considering the economic, social, and political implications of their actions, and it means making sure that their actions are in the best interests of the nation.
  3. Impact on international partners. Government organizations should also consider the impact of their actions on their international partners. This means considering the diplomatic and economic implications of their actions, and it means making sure that their actions do not harm their relationships with their partners.
  4. Adherence to laws and rules. Government organizations should always abide by the laws and rules that govern their activities. This means following the law, and it means respecting the rights of citizens.
  5. Striving not to propagate harm. Government organizations should strive not to propagate harm. This means avoiding actions that could cause harm to citizens, the nation, or international partners.
  6. Transparency. Government organizations should be transparent about their actions. This means making sure that citizens are aware of what their government is doing, and it means making sure that citizens have a voice in the decision-making process.
  7. Accountability. Government organizations should be accountable for their actions. This means being willing to answer for their mistakes, and it means being willing to take steps to correct those mistakes.
  8. Responsiveness. Government organizations should be responsive to the needs of citizens. This means listening to the concerns of citizens, and it means taking steps to address those concerns.

By following these principles, government organizations can ensure that they are putting the interests of citizens first and government organizations can build trust with citizens and ensure that they are serving the public interest.

PEOPLE WITH IDEAS SHOULD BE PRIORITIZED

23. Innovation: 

  1. Public servants. Public servants should be innovative in their approach to problem-solving. This means being willing to try new things and to challenge the status quo.
  2. Willingness to try new things. Public servants should be willing to try new things. This means being open to new ideas and being willing to take risks.
  3. Challenge the status quo. Public servants should be willing to challenge the status quo. This means being willing to question the way things have always been done and to look for new ways to solve problems.
  4. Benefits of innovation. Innovation can lead to many benefits, such as improved efficiency, increased productivity, and better service to citizens.
  5. How to encourage innovation. Government organizations can encourage innovation by providing public servants with the resources they need, such as training, funding, and access to new technologies. They can also create an environment where innovation is valued and rewarded.
  6. Creativity. Public servants should be creative in their approach to problem-solving. This means being able to think outside the box and to come up with new and innovative solutions.
  7. Collaboration. Public servants should collaborate with each other and with citizens to come up with innovative solutions. This means working together to share ideas and to build on each other's strengths.
  8. Communication. Public servants should communicate effectively with each other and with citizens about their innovative ideas. This means explaining their ideas clearly and concisely, and it means listening to the feedback of others.

By following these principles, government organizations can create a culture of innovation and improve the quality of their services.

LIFE AND HEALTH CARE

24. Public Health Protection: 

  1. Safe and healthy public environment. Government organizations are committed to maintaining a safe and healthy public environment. This means ensuring that the air, water, and food are safe, and it means protecting citizens from environmental hazards.
  2. Policies that improve health and well-being. Government organizations are also committed to promoting policies that improve the health and well-being of citizens. This means providing access to healthcare, and it means promoting healthy lifestyles.
  3. Reducing mortality. Government organizations are committed to reducing mortality. This means preventing deaths from preventable causes, and it means providing support to those who are dying.
  4. Prevention. Government organizations should focus on prevention. This means preventing people from getting sick in the first place, and it means providing early intervention for those who are sick.
  5. Education. Government organizations should educate citizens about health and well-being. This means providing information about healthy lifestyles, and it means promoting healthy behaviors.
  6. Collaboration. Government organizations should collaborate with other organizations, such as healthcare providers and community organizations. This means working together to improve the health of citizens.

By following these principles, government organizations can improve the health and well-being of citizens and reduce mortality. These principles, government organizations can create a healthier society for everyone.

FEELING OF FREEDOM AND HAPPINESS

25. Support for Quality of Life: 

  1. Obligation of public servants. Public servants are obliged to work to improve the quality of life of citizens. This means supporting policies that increase happiness and satisfaction with life.
  2. Policies that increase happiness. There are many policies that can increase happiness, such as providing access to education, healthcare, and housing. It also includes policies that promote social inclusion and equality.
  3. Satisfaction with life. Satisfaction with life is a measure of how happy people are with their lives overall. It can be influenced by many factors, such as income, health, and relationships.
  4. How to improve quality of life. Government organizations can improve the quality of life of citizens by supporting policies that increase happiness and satisfaction with life. They can also provide services that directly improve the lives of citizens, such as education, healthcare, and social welfare.
  5. Well-being. Government organizations should focus on well-being, which is a broader concept than happiness. Well-being includes physical, mental, and social well-being.
  6. Sustainability. Government organizations should promote policies that are sustainable, meaning that they do not harm the environment or future generations.
  7. Equity. Government organizations should promote policies that are equitable, meaning that they benefit everyone equally.

By following these principles, government organizations can create a society where citizens are happy and satisfied with their lives.

INTELLIGENT AND PUBLICLY USEFUL CHOICE OF PRIORITY

26. Priority Management: 

  1. Minimizing public costs: Public officials must work to reduce public costs by efficiently and responsibly managing the resources entrusted to them.
  2. Maximizing Productivity and Efficiency: Public servants should strive for optimal productivity and efficiency in their work in order to provide high-quality services to citizens.
  3. Maximizing service to citizens: Public officials must be at the service of citizens and strive to meet their needs and expectations as much as possible.
  4. Minimizing mortality: Public officials should work to reduce mortality by maintaining a safe and healthy public environment and promoting policies that improve the health and well-being of citizens.
  5. Maximizing Happiness: Public officials should work to improve the quality of life of citizens by supporting policies that increase happiness and life satisfaction.
  6. Not all tasks can be handled simultaneously. Government organizations recognize that not all tasks can be handled simultaneously. This is because there are limited resources, such as time, money, and personnel.
  7. Clear priorities. Government organizations establish clear priorities that guide their actions and decisions. This means identifying the most important tasks and focusing on those first.
  8. Greatest impact. Government organizations prioritize tasks that have the greatest impact on their constituents and the community. This means focusing on tasks that will make the biggest difference in people's lives.
  9. Effective resource management. Effective resource management is essential for government organizations. This means using resources wisely and ensuring that they are used in the most efficient way possible.
  10. Efficient service delivery. Efficient service delivery is also essential for government organizations. This means providing services in a timely and effective manner.
  11. Communication. Government organizations should communicate their priorities to their constituents and the community. This means explaining why they have chosen certain priorities and how those priorities will benefit people.
  12. Flexibility. Government organizations should be flexible in their approach to priority management. This means being willing to adjust priorities as needed, such as in response to changing circumstances.
  13. Continuous improvement. Government organizations should continuously improve their approach to priority management. This means looking for ways to improve the way they identify, prioritize, and manage tasks.

By following these principles, government organizations can effectively manage their priorities and deliver services efficiently and can ensure that their priorities are always aligned with the needs of their constituents and the community.

WE DON'T WASTE OUR STRENGTHS

27. Focus on Strategic Goals:

  1. Strategic objectives. Government organizations should be guided by their strategic objectives in their decision-making process. This means that all decisions should be made with the goal of achieving the organization's strategic objectives in mind.
  2. Alignment of actions, resources, and initiatives. Government organizations should align their actions, resources, and initiatives towards achieving their strategic objectives. This means that all of the organization's activities should be focused on achieving the same goals.
  3. Focused and impactful work. By focusing on strategic goals, government organizations can ensure that their work is focused and impactful. This means that the organization's work will be more likely to achieve results and to make a difference.
  4. Moving in the right direction. By focusing on strategic goals, government organizations can also ensure that they are moving in the right direction. This means that the organization will be more likely to achieve its vision and mission.
  5. Communication. Government organizations should communicate their strategic goals to their employees and stakeholders. This means explaining what the goals are and how they will be achieved.
  6. Flexibility. Government organizations should be flexible in their approach to achieving strategic goals. This means being willing to adjust goals as needed, such as in response to changing circumstances.
  7. Continuous improvement. Government organizations should continuously improve their approach to achieving strategic goals. This means looking for ways to improve the way they set goals, measure progress, and make adjustments.

By following these principles, government organizations can ensure that their work is focused, impactful, and moving in the right direction.

THE DEADLINE AND PROBABILITY OF SUCCESS DEPENDS ON THE CRITICAL PROCESSES

28.Critical Decision-Making: 

  1. Critical decisions. Some decisions have a more significant impact than others. These are the decisions that can have a major impact on the organization, its employees, and its constituents.
  2. Critical thinking and analysis. Government organizations should put a premium on critical thinking and analysis in their decision-making processes. This means carefully considering all of the information available, identifying the potential risks and benefits of each decision, and making the best decision possible.
  3. Prioritizing what matters most. Government organizations should prioritize what matters most. This means making sure that the most important decisions are made first and that the organization's resources are allocated to the most important tasks.
  4. Deadlines and probability of success. The deadline and probability of success of a decision depends on the critical processes involved. This means that the organization should carefully consider the time and resources needed to make a decision, as well as the potential risks and benefits of each decision.
  5. Communication. Government organizations should communicate their decision-making process to their employees and stakeholders. This means explaining why they are making certain decisions and how those decisions will affect the organization.
  6. Flexibility. Government organizations should be flexible in their approach to decision-making. This means being willing to adjust decisions as needed, such as in response to changing circumstances.
  7. Continuous improvement. Government organizations should continuously improve their approach to decision-making. This means looking for ways to improve the way they gather information, analyze data, and make decisions.

By following these principles, government organizations can make better decisions that have a positive impact on the organization and its constituents. With these principles, government organizations can ensure that their decision-making process is always as effective as possible.

TIME IS LIFE, WE DON'T WASTE LIFE OF THE CITIZENS

29.Time Management: 

  1. People who deliberately slow down progress and prevent talented people from creating and producing are traitors to the national and general human interest. They commit the greatest crime of violating the law of natural selection and deserve the worst punishment - death.
  2. Time is life. Time is a precious resource that should not be wasted. Government organizations should be mindful of the time they spend on tasks and ensure that they are using their time effectively.
  3. Constituents rely on us. Government organizations understand that their constituents rely on them to deliver timely services. This means that government organizations should be committed to time management and should strive to deliver services in a timely manner.
  4. Urgency and importance. Government organizations should prioritize tasks based on their urgency and importance. This means that they should focus on the tasks that need to be done first and that have the biggest impact.
  5. Working on what matters most. Government organizations should always be working on what matters most. This means that they should be constantly evaluating their priorities and making sure that they are focused on the most important tasks.
  6. Communication. Government organizations should communicate their time management practices to their employees and constituents. This means explaining how they prioritize tasks and how they track their time.
  7. Flexibility. Government organizations should be flexible in their approach to time management. This means being willing to adjust their priorities as needed, such as in response to changing circumstances.
  8. Continuous improvement. Government organizations should continuously improve their approach to time management. This means looking for ways to improve the way they prioritize tasks, track their time, and make adjustments.

By following these principles, government organizations can ensure that they are using their time effectively and that they are delivering timely services to their constituents. With following these principles, government organizations can ensure that they are always using their time effectively.

EMERGENCY IS PRIORITY

30. The balance between urgent and important takes into account the energy required to achieve a unit of output in a given time.

Tips for striking a balance between urgent and important tasks:

  1. Identify the most important tasks. What are the tasks that will have the biggest impact on your organization? These are the tasks that you should focus on first.
  2. Estimate the time and energy required for each task. How long will it take to complete each task? How much energy will it require?
  3. Prioritize your tasks based on urgency and importance. Urgent tasks should be done first, but important tasks should not be neglected.
  4. Delegate tasks as needed. If you have too many tasks, don't be afraid to delegate some of them to others.
  5. Set deadlines for yourself. This will help you stay on track and avoid procrastination.
  6. Take breaks. It is important to take breaks so that you can recharge and stay productive.

By following these tips, you can strike a balance between urgent and important tasks and be more productive.

Diversity breeds better solutions

31. Diversity and Inclusion: 

  1. Representative of the people they serve. Government organizations must be representative of the people they serve. This means hiring and promoting people from all backgrounds, including different races, ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, religions, and abilities.
  2. Inclusive environment. Government organizations must create an inclusive environment where everyone feels welcome and respected. This means creating a culture where people feel comfortable being themselves and where their differences are valued.
  3. Policies and procedures. Government organizations must create policies and procedures that promote diversity and inclusion. This means having clear policies against discrimination and harassment, and having procedures in place to ensure that everyone is treated fairly.

BENEFITS OF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

Conclusion

Diversity and inclusion are essential for government organizations. By creating a representative and inclusive environment, government organizations can better serve the people they serve and make better decisions.

Here are some additional points that could be included:

By following these principles, government organizations can create a more diverse and inclusive environment that benefits everyone.

EMPLOYEES MUST SEE OTHER PEOPLE'S PROBLEMS AS THEIR OWN

32. Responsiveness and Empaty:

  1. Responsiveness. Government organizations must be responsive to the needs of the people they serve. This means having a system for citizens to report problems and concerns, and being willing to listen to feedback and make changes when necessary.
  2. Empathy. Government organizations must be empathetic to the needs of the people they serve. This means understanding the challenges that citizens face and being willing to help them find solutions.
  3. System for reporting problems and concerns. Government organizations must have a system for citizens to report problems and concerns. This system should be easy to use and should be accessible to everyone.
  4. Open to new ideas and solutions. Government organizations must be open to new ideas and solutions. This means being willing to listen to feedback from citizens and being willing to change their policies and procedures when necessary.

Benefits of responsiveness and empathy

Conclusion

Responsiveness and empathy are essential for government organizations. By being responsive to the needs of citizens and being empathetic to their challenges, government organizations can build trust, make better decisions, and create happier citizens.

Here are some additional points that could be included:

By following these principles, government organizations can create a more responsive and empathetic government that benefits everyone.

EVERY MINUTE OF WORK IS MONITORED AND CONTROLLED

33. Accountability: 

  1. Accountability means that government organizations must be answerable for their actions. This means that they must be held responsible for any wrongdoing, and they must have a system in place to investigate complaints and take disciplinary action when necessary.
  2. System for holding employees accountable. Government organizations must have a clear system for holding employees accountable for their actions. This system should include clear rules and procedures, and it should be fair and impartial.
  3. Transparency. Government organizations must be transparent about their actions. This means that they must be open to public scrutiny, and they must be willing to release information about their activities.
  4. Responsiveness to complaints. Government organizations must be responsive to complaints. This means that they must investigate complaints promptly and fairly, and they must take appropriate action if wrongdoing is found.

Benefits of accountability

Conclusion

Accountability is essential for government organizations. By being accountable for their actions, government organizations can build trust, make better decisions, and improve performance.

Here are some additional points that could be included:

By following these principles, government organizations can create a more accountable government that benefits everyone.

Additional point:

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS ARE REQUIRED

34. Professionalism: 

  1. Professional conduct. Public servants should conduct themselves in a professional manner. This means dressing appropriately, speaking respectfully, and behaving in a way that is befitting their position.
  2. Appropriate dress. Public servants should dress appropriately for their work environment. This may mean wearing a suit and tie, or it may mean wearing something more casual. However, it is important to dress in a way that is respectful of the public and of the organization.
  3. Respectful speech. Public servants should speak respectfully to everyone, regardless of their position or status. This means avoiding profanity, insults, and other disrespectful language.
  4. Befitting behavior. Public servants should behave in a way that is befitting their position. This means acting with integrity, honesty, and professionalism.

Benefits of professionalism

Conclusion

Professionalism is essential for public servants. By conducting themselves in a professional manner, public servants can build trust, make better decisions, and improve performance.

Here are some additional points that could be included:

By following these principles, public servants can create a more professional government that benefits everyone.

WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER

35. The importance of collaboration: 

Conclusion

Collaboration is essential for public servants. By working together, public servants can achieve more and improve the quality of services they provide to the public.

Here are some additional points that could be included:

By following these principles, public servants can create a more collaborative government that benefits everyone

FAITH IN THE GOOD THAT WILL TRANSFORM OUR COUNTRY

36. Faith in Positive Change: 

  1. Governmental principles. We must adhere to our governmental principles, such as accountability, transparency, and responsiveness. These principles guide our actions and help us to make decisions that are in the best interest of the public.
  2. Belief in our ability to make a difference. We must believe in our ability to make a difference. This means believing that we can use our skills and resources to solve problems and improve people's lives.
  3. Striving for generosity, mercy, and giving. We must strive for generosity, mercy, and giving. This means being willing to help others and to do what is right, even when it is difficult.
  4. Making a positive impact on our surroundings. Our goal should always be to make a positive impact on our surroundings. This means working to improve the lives of the people we serve and to make our communities better places to live.
  5. Serving the public interest. We must always serve the public interest. This means putting the needs of the people first and making decisions that are in their best interest.
  6. Organizational culture. Following these principles is the foundation of our organizational culture. This culture is based on the belief that we can make a difference and that we have a responsibility to serve the public interest.
  7. New market morality. We look forward to the truly valuable aspects for people, business, and future generations: a new market morality. This means creating a market that is based on values such as fairness, sustainability, and social responsibility.

Conclusion

By adhering to our governmental principles, believing in our ability to make a difference, and striving for generosity, mercy, and giving, we can make a positive impact on our surroundings and serve the public interest. This is the foundation of our organizational culture and what makes us look forward to a new market morality.

Here are some additional points that could be included:

By following these principles, we can create a more positive and hopeful future for our country.

Confucius:

Although the previous one was built on the principles of Confucius, we emphasize tradition

  1. Urgent vs. Important: We differentiate between urgent and important tasks. While urgent tasks require immediate attention, they are not necessarily the most important ones. We prioritize important tasks that contribute to our long-term mission and vision.
  2. Moral Cultivation (31): While other principles talk about integrity and the importance of personal character, this principle explicitly emphasizes the continual cultivation and development of personal morality and ethical character. It suggests an ongoing process of self-improvement and personal growth in a moral sense.
  3. Respect for Tradition and Ritual (32): Other principles touch on respect for culture and the importance of shared values, but this principle places a particular emphasis on tradition and ritual, viewing them as key to social harmony and good governance.
  4. Benevolent Leadership (33): While other principles talk about leadership and its importance, this principle highlights a specific style of leadership - one that is compassionate, kind, and generous, directly mirroring Confucius's teachings.
  5. The Principle of Ren (Humaneness) (34): While there are principles about respect for public servants, transparency, and integrity, this principle explicitly promotes a culture of empathy, kindness, and respect at all levels and in all interactions.
  6. The Doctrine of the Mean (35): This principle is unique in that it advocates for balance and moderation, especially in decision-making. While other principles talk about strategic thinking, problem-solving, and critical decision-making, this principle provides a Confucian perspective on how these decisions should be made.

In concluding this creed, we affirm that the teachings of Confucius - emphasizing the significance of ethics, moral character, and virtue in public service - still hold significant value today. Confucius once said, "In a country well governed, poverty is something to be ashamed of. In a country badly governed, wealth is something to be ashamed of." His teachings guide us in our purpose to provide a well-governed nation, where prosperity is achieved through fairness, integrity, and a genuine concern for public welfare. By following these principles, we commit ourselves to the advancement of our nation and the well-being of its citizens.

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  1. Transparency: Openness in all our operations and interactions fosters trust and confidence from our constituents.
  2. Accountability: We hold ourselves responsible for our actions, decisions, and policies, and we are prepared to answer for our outcomes.
  3. Integrity: We uphold the highest standards of ethical conduct and moral behavior in all our endeavors.
  4. Excellence in Service: Providing the highest level of service in all our public interactions is our utmost commitment.
  5. Innovation: We champion a culture of creativity, encouraging fresh ideas that enhance efficiency and effectiveness.
  6. Respect for Diversity: Recognizing and valuing diverse life experiences, we treat all individuals with dignity, respect, and fairness.
  7. Fiscal Responsibility: Managing public funds efficiently and making decisions that promote fiscal health and sustainability is our duty.
  8. Public Engagement: We actively involve our constituents in decision-making processes that affect them directly.
  9. Community Partnership: Engaging in meaningful collaborations allows us to leverage resources and deliver superior services.
  10. Leadership Development: We prioritize the growth and development of our people, knowing their advancement directly contributes to our success.
  11. Sustainability: Considering economic, social, and environmental impacts in all our decisions is our pledge to future generations.
  12. Professionalism: Maintaining a professional demeanor, being competent in our work, and consistently delivering high-quality results is our standard.
  13. Collaboration and Coordination with Partners: Working closely with our suppliers and partners is crucial to ensuring continuous and effective services.
  14. Continuous Improvement: Committed to ongoing self-assessment and adaptation, we strive for constant progress.
  15. Effective Communication: We hold clear, transparent, and timely communication as a cornerstone of effective public service.
  16. Legal and Regulatory Compliance: Adherence to legal and regulatory requirements is our acknowledgement of our responsibility to public trust.
  17. Work-Life Balance: We champion work-life balance as crucial to the overall health and well-being of our employees.
  18. Inclusiveness: Promoting inclusiveness is our way of embracing our community’s diverse cultures, opinions, and experiences.
  19. Resilience: Embracing change, adapting to new challenges, and transforming adversity into opportunities exemplify our resilience.
  20. Data-Driven Decision Making: Our decisions are based on reliable data and sound analysis, exemplifying our commitment to objectivity and fairness.
  21. Citizen Orientation: Serving the citizens is our primary task. We strive to meet their needs and exceed their expectations whenever possible.
  22. Public Health Protection: Committed to reducing mortality, we strive to maintain a safe and healthy public environment.
  23. Support for Quality of Life: Improving the quality of life for our citizens is our obligation. We tirelessly support policies that increase happiness and satisfaction in life.
  24. Empowering the Public: We foster an environment that empowers citizens to reach their full potential and advocate for policies that promote education, health, and prosperity.
  25. Fostering Civic Virtue: Cultivating civic virtues within society and promoting public-spiritedness, participation, and the common good are our guiding principles.

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Correspondence of UMSG with Islam

The main principles of Islam are often summarized in the Five Pillars of Islam, which are:

Shahada (Faith): There is no deity but God, and Muhammad is the messenger of God.

Salat (Prayer): Muslims pray five times a day facing Mecca.

Zakat (Charity): Muslims are required to give away a portion of their earnings to the poor or needy.

Sawm (Fasting): Muslims fast during the month of Ramadan.

Hajj (Pilgrimage): Every Muslim who is able is required to make a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in their lifetime.

Let's compare these principles with the principles of UMSG.911.bg:

Shahada (Faith): UMSG.911.bg does not require a specific belief in a deity or messenger, but it does promote the idea of serving the government and society with reverence, which can be seen as a form of faith in the system and its principles. This is reflected in point 26 of the UMSG Code: "Ownership is not a result. The more developed society is, the less its members strive for the property arising from the result and the more they strive for the result itself."

Salat (Prayer): While UMSG.911.bg does not require prayer, it does promote the idea of constant self-improvement and reflection, which can be seen as a form of spiritual practice.

Zakat (Charity): UMSG.911.bg strongly supports the idea of helping the less fortunate and promoting social equality. This is reflected in point 13 of the UMSG Code: "The more developed society is, the less its members strive for the property arising from the result and the more they strive for the result itself."

Sawm (Fasting): While UMSG.911.bg does not require fasting, it does promote the idea of self-discipline and restraint as a means to achieve personal and societal goals.

Hajj (Pilgrimage): UMSG.911.bg does not require a physical pilgrimage, but it does promote the idea of striving towards a common goal for the betterment of society, which can be seen as a form of spiritual journey.

It promotes not only spiritual, but also physical purity and righteousness.

In conclusion, while the specific practices and beliefs may differ, the underlying principles of serving others, striving for personal and societal improvement, and promoting social equality are shared between Islam and UMSG.911.bg.

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Correspondence of UMSG with Christianity

Here are some key teachings from the Book of Wisdom and their corresponding principles in UMSG:

Love righteousness, you rulers of the earth; think of the Lord in goodness and seek him with sincerity of heart (Wisdom 1:1). This aligns with the UMSG principle of "I work for the time after me, for those around me, and to please the one above me, now and in eternity."

Wisdom will not enter a deceitful soul or dwell in a body enslaved to sin (Wisdom 1:4). This is similar to the UMSG principle of "I am honest and transparent in my work and my relationships. I do not cheat, lie, or steal."

For a holy and disciplined spirit will flee from deceit and will leave foolish thoughts behind and will be ashamed at the approach of unrighteousness (Wisdom 1:5). This corresponds to the UMSG principle of "I strive for excellence in my work and my relationships. I do not tolerate mediocrity or complacency."

Because the spirit of the Lord has filled the world and that which holds all things together knows what is said (Wisdom 1:7). This aligns with the UMSG principle of "I believe in a higher power that guides and sustains all things."

Beware, then, of useless grumbling, and keep your tongue from slander, because no secret word is without result, and a lying mouth destroys the soul (Wisdom 1:11). This is similar to the UMSG principle of "I communicate effectively and respectfully. I do not gossip, slander, or spread false information."

Because God did not make death, and he does not delight in the destruction of the living (Wisdom 1:13). This corresponds to the UMSG principle of "I respect and value all life. I do not cause harm or destruction."

For he created all things so that they might exist; the generative forces of the world are wholesome, and there is no destructive poison in them (Wisdom 1:14). This aligns with the UMSG principle of "I believe in the inherent goodness and potential of all things."

These connections show that the principles of UMSG align with the teachings of the Book of Wisdom, suggesting a common pursuit of righteousness, integrity, respect for life, and belief in a higher power.

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Correspondence of UMSG with Buddhism

The Eightfold Path in Buddhism is a guide for ethical conduct, mental discipline, and wisdom. It consists of:

Right Understanding: Understanding the Four Noble Truths.

Right Thought: Commitment to mental and ethical growth in moderation.

Right Speech: One speaks in a non hurtful, not exaggerated or embellished way.

Right Action: Promoting moral, honorable, and peaceful conduct.

Right Livelihood: Avoiding making a living in ways that harm others.

Right Effort: Making an effort to improve.

Right Mindfulness: Having a clear sense of one’s mental state and bodily health and feelings.

Right Concentration: Cultivating clarity of mind and focusing rightly.

These principles can be related to the principles of UMSG.911.bg as follows:

Right Understanding: UMSG.911.bg promotes understanding of the societal issues and the need for sustainable governance, which can be seen in the principle "I believe in good that will change the world" (Credo.911.bg, point 26).

Right Thought: UMSG.911.bg encourages ethical growth and moderation, as seen in the principle "I am a servant of the government and society, I serve with reverence to my superiors and God" (Credo.911.bg, point 1).

Right Speech: UMSG.911.bg promotes honest and non-hurtful communication, as seen in the principle "I do not lie, I do not mislead, I do not manipulate, I do not speculate" (Credo.911.bg, point 9).

Right Action: UMSG.911.bg encourages moral, honorable, and peaceful conduct, as seen in the principle "I do not harm, I do not allow harm, I do not justify harm" (Credo.911.bg, point 2).

Right Livelihood: UMSG.911.bg discourages harmful ways of making a living, as seen in the principle "I do not steal, I do not allow theft, I do not justify theft" (Credo.911.bg, point 3).

Right Effort: UMSG.911.bg encourages efforts to improve, as seen in the principle "I learn, I teach, I help, I ask for help" (Credo.911.bg, point 4).

Right Mindfulness: UMSG.911.bg promotes awareness of one's mental state and feelings, as seen in the principle "I do not hate, I do not allow hatred, I do not justify hatred" (Credo.911.bg, point 5).

Right Concentration: UMSG.911.bg encourages clarity of mind and focus, as seen in the principle "I do not envy, I do not allow envy, I do not justify envy" (Credo.911.bg, point 6).

Thus, we can say that UMSG.911.bg aligns with the core principles of Buddhism and can be considered as part of the unified religion of the world's best servers. When every citizen receives divine service, it is a step towards the realization of a more harmonious and peaceful world.

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The basic tenets of Hinduism are:

Dharma (Ethics and Duties): This principle emphasizes living according to moral and ethical duties. It aligns with the "Credo.911.bg" principle of UMSG.911.bg, which states that every person should be responsible for their actions and strive for personal and professional growth.

Samsara (Rebirth): This principle of Hinduism believes in the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. UMSG.911.bg does emphasize the importance of continuous learning and growth, which can be seen as a form of intellectual rebirth.

Karma (Right Action): Karma in Hinduism is the law of cause and effect, where every action has consequences. This aligns with the "Code.911.bg" principle of UMSG.911.bg, which encourages individuals to act responsibly and ethically, understanding that their actions will have an impact.

Moksha (Liberation from the cycle of Samsara): Moksha is the ultimate goal in Hinduism, representing liberation from the cycle of rebirth. This can be compared to the ultimate goal of UMSG.911.bg, which is to create a harmonious and united world.

Atman (Soul): Atman in Hinduism refers to the individual soul or self, which is eternal and divine. This aligns with the "Rights.911.bg" principle of UMSG.911.bg, which acknowledges the inherent dignity and worth of every individual.

Brahman (The Ultimate Reality): In Hinduism, Brahman is the ultimate reality or supreme cosmic power. This aligns with the UMSG.911.bg's belief in a united and harmonious world, which can be seen as an ultimate goal or reality.

Тhe principles of UMSG.911.bg show significant alignment with the core principles of Hinduism, emphasizing ethical living, personal growth, responsibility, and unity.

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Judaism

can be compared with the principles of UMSG:

Pikuach Nefesh (Saving a Life): This principle states that the preservation of human life overrides virtually any other religious consideration. When the life of a specific person is in danger, almost any commandment of the Torah becomes inapplicable.

In UMSG, the principle of preserving life can be seen in the Code of Conduct, point 2: "I am responsible for the life and health of those around me and for my own life and health. I am not a danger to others or to myself."

Tzedakah (Charity): In Judaism, giving to the poor is not viewed as a generous act; it is simply an act of justice and righteousness, the performance of a duty.

This aligns with UMSG's principle of service to society, as stated in the Code of Conduct, point 3: "I serve society and the government with reverence for my superiors and God."

Tikkun Olam (Repairing the World): Jews believe that they are partners with God in improving the world. This concept is similar to UMSG's mission to improve the world through service, as stated in the Code of Conduct, point 1: "I work for the time after me, for those around me, and to please the one above me, now and in eternity."

Shalom (Peace): Judaism places a high value on peace. Peace is seen as the ultimate goal of the entire Torah.

This is reflected in UMSG's commitment to peace and harmony, as stated in the Rights, point 4: "I have the right to live in peace and harmony with my neighbors, my compatriots, and all nations."

Honesty and Integrity: Judaism teaches that we must be honest in all our dealings. This is reflected in UMSG's Code of Conduct, point 6: "I am honest and do not lie, cheat, or steal."

These comparisons show that the principles of UMSG align with the ethical teachings of Judaism, further supporting the idea that UMSG can be seen as part of a unified religion of the world's best servers.

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UMSG.911.bg is a unique system that unifies the principles of the world's major religions and enhances them by not only regulating individuals but also granting them rights to express their most essential socially beneficial desires that lead to productivity, efficiency, and mutual service. It also guides organizations towards effective management.

In comparison with Islam, UMSG.911.bg shares the underlying principles of serving others, striving for personal and societal improvement, and promoting social equality.

When compared with Christianity, the principles of UMSG align with the teachings of the Book of Wisdom, suggesting a common pursuit of righteousness, integrity, respect for life, and belief in a higher power.

In relation to Buddhism, UMSG.911.bg aligns with the core principles of the Eightfold Path, emphasizing ethical living, personal growth, responsibility, and unity.

When compared with Hinduism, UMSG.911.bg shows significant alignment with the core principles, emphasizing ethical living, personal growth, responsibility, and unity.

In comparison with Judaism, the principles of UMSG align with the ethical teachings, further supporting the idea that UMSG can be seen as part of a unified religion of the world's best servers.

Therefore, UMSG.911.bg has the potential to become the "religion" of working people, including public servants in all countries. It provides a framework that can help people balance their professional obligations and personal values, thereby contributing more meaningfully to society and achieving greater job satisfaction.

In conclusion, UMSG.911.bg unifies and enhances the principles of the world's major religions, making it a potential guiding system for working individuals and organizations. It not only regulates individuals but also grants them rights to express their most essential socially beneficial desires that lead to productivity, efficiency, and mutual service. It also guides organizations towards effective management. Thus, UMSG.911.bg has the potential to become the "religion" of working people, including public servants in all countries.

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See how little Vanga sees, before she is blinded by the bright light the three elephants and the unification of the world: https://youtu.be/NesSYAQ8RfI

Vanga, also known as Baba Vanga, is a Bulgarian prophetess who became famous for her predictions and healing abilities. She was born on January 31, 1911, and passed away on August 11, 1996. Vanga was blind from an early age, but she claimed that this gave her the ability to see the future.

Vanga says that "God is one and religions will soon find a common goal and all of humanity will believe in one truth." This is a prediction for the unification of religions and for greater peace and harmony in the world.

Every prophecy is, in fact, an unconscious desire for the realization of events that meet the expectations of society. The moment has now come, and we must pay tribute to the compassion and dedication of the blind woman who charted the path of humanity while living in the small country of Bulgaria, located in the geometric center of the world.

See video: The Rooted Man on "The navel of the Earth" - near the city of Sofia, Bulgaria - 42.6167, 25.4000 - https://youtu.be/Y_RdgDvREgA.

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