The history of PPPNS began in 1969 based on the idea of the late Tun Abdul Razak, Malaysia's second Prime Minister. It was approved by the Central Agency of Treasury Malaysia and the Public Service Department and approved by the Chief Minister / Chief Minister at the time.
It was known as the State Development Office (PKN) and placed under the Ministry of Rural and Regional Development. With the announcement of the New Economic Policy (NEP) in 1970, the Implementation, Coordination and Evaluation Unit (ICEU) was established in 1971 and PKN was placed under the unit. The unit was then known as the Implementation Coordination Unit (ICU).
However, the name of the State Development Office has been amended to the State Department in 1997 in line with its role of monitoring and coordinating the implementation of project developments of the Federal Government at the state level.
VisionAn Ideal And Effective Central Agency In Implementation And Monitoring The National Development Plan
A Central Agency That Drives the National Development Through Coordination, Monitoring, Evaluation and Implementation Of Policies, Programs and Projects With The Practice of Good Governance and Creative Work Culture, Innovative and Integrity