The Chief Secretary to the Government, Malaysia
A. H. Ahmad Sarji
The author, who himself was a Chief Secretary, undertakes a survey of both how the role has developed since colonial times as well as giving brief biographies of the individuals who undertook the role. As the principal civil servant, the job also entails seeing to the management and welfare of the civil service as a whole. As a result, the book also sheds light on how the Malaysian civil service evolved in the 19th and 20th centuries. Fine Hardback in a Fine Dust Jacket 425 pages
Weight 1.1kg Post free within Malaysia but will incur additional postage charges when posted elsewhere.