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The Ethical Standard Committee (ETC)

The Ethical Standard Act, B.E. 2562 (2019), Section 8 stipulates that the Ethical Standard Committee, abbreviated as “ETC”, must be established. 

The ETC consists of:  

(1) the Prime Minister or the Deputy Prime Minister designated by the Prime Minister as chairperson 

(2) a representative from the Civil Service Commission designated as deputy chairperson 

(3) five ex officio members, including representatives assigned by the Committee for Civil Service in Higher Education Institutions, the Teacher Civil Service and Educational Personnel Commission, Police Commission, the Commission on Local Government Personnel Standards and the Defence Council 

(4) not more than five qualified persons appointed by the Prime Minister as members 

The Secretary-General of the Civil Service Commission shall be a member and secretary, while the Secretary-General of the Civil Service Commission shall appoint a civil servant of the Office of the Civil Service Commission as an assistant to the  
secretary as deemed appropriate. The Office of the Civil Service Commission shall carry out administrative functions, meeting tasks, academic work, research, studies, and other related works for the ETC, a sub-committee or a working group  
appointed by the ETC and shall have other duties and powers as prescribed in Ethical Standard Act, B.E. 2562 (2019).  

The ETC shall have the following duties and powers:  

(1) to provide advice and consultations relating to the policy and strategies on ethical standards and the promotion of ethics in the public sector to the Council of Ministers 
(2) to prescribe means or measures to advance the implementation of procedures to maintain ethics, including mechanisms and the application of the Code of Ethics for state officials and for the central personnel administration agency or the commander to concretely apply in personnel administration 

(3) to prescribe means in promoting and developing state officials’ capacity to have knowledge and understanding relating to ethical standards and to comply with the Code of Ethics, to propose, a measure to enhance the effectiveness  
and incentives in complying with the Code of Ethics in the state agencies to the Council of Ministers;  

(4) to supervise, monitor and evaluate the implementation of ethical standards by which a state agency shall assess knowledge and understanding of ethical standards as well as state officials’ behavior in the agency  

(5) to examine the annual report of each state agency under Section 19 (3) and report, at least once a year, the summary of such work to the Council of Ministers;  
(6) to give interpretations and ruling on problem arising from the application of the Ethical Standard Act, B.E. 2562 (2019) 

(7) to perform other duties as prescribed in the Ethical Standard Act, B.E. 2562 (2019) or as assigned by the Council of Ministers.  

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