Land Managment Department

Duties and Mandates 2. Duties and Mandates: The following text is a translation of the Proclamation No. 64 Pr.K./DNS of the ministry, defining functions and duties of all departments of the Ministry of Land Management, Urban planning and Construction. Article 12 Department of Construction Technical Research consists of 3 bureaux

  • Bureau of Norms and Engineering Regulations
  • Bureau of Norms and Architecture Regulations
  • Bureau of General Affairs, Information Technology and Documents

A- Bureau of norms and engineering regulations This bureau is responsible for

  • Researching and compiling norms and regulations regarding:
  • Construction labor
  • Construction equipment
  • Tools and construction machinery
  • Construction work, design study and technical criteria
  • Electricity and mechanics
  • Clean water supply and sewage
  • Collecting data on tools and construction machinery
  • Inspecting and testing construction materials and geology
  • Determining standard and type of equipment and construction tools
  • Sharing opinions about the quality of construction, equipment, tools and construction machinery
  • Gathering and compiling data:
  • Meteorology of construction affairs
  • Geology of construction affairs
  • Hydrology of construction affairs

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   B- Bureau of norms and architecture regulations This bureau is responsible for

  • Researching and compiling norms and regulations regarding:
  • Construction of dwelling houses
  • Public construction
  • Industry construction
  • Construction of trade services

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   C- Bureau of general affairs, information technology and documents This bureau is responsible for

  • Collecting and compiling information on science and technique for all circles
  • Registering construction
  • Preparing and managing documents
  • Researching and compiling lists of labor cost, equipment, tools and construction machinery
  • Being in charge of administration and general affairs

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   Article 13 Department of Design consists of 3 bureaux

  • Bureau of architecture
  • Bureau of engineering and cost affairs
  • Bureau of exploitation formalities

  A- Bureau of architecture This bureau is responsible for

  • Studying possibilities of making reports
  • Making evaluation reports on environment impact
  • Studying, measuring and designing topography
  • Studying designs, architecture of new construction, repair, renovation and enlargement
  • Studying architectural designs of dwelling houses; social, industrial and trade service buildings
  • Preparing reports on economic and technical indicators
  • Making reports on architectural techniques
  • Inspecting architectural designs and topography

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   B- Bureau of engineering and cost affairs This bureau is responsible for

  • Studying possibilities of making projects
  • Studying in detail construction structure
  • Making reports on construction techniques
  • Making reports on technical and economic indicators
  • Studying technology, calendar, work order and security
  • Studying electricity network and mechanics
  • Studying clean water supply and sewage
  • Preparing documents of evaluation lists
  • Summing-up and compiling technical documents on advising construction work
  • Preparing contract documents
  • Compiling bidding documents
  • Examining designs, construction structure, electricity, mechanics, clean water supply, sewage and other engineering networks
  • Examining cost of projects; needs of materials, tools; projects of construction and renovation
  • Reviewing cahier de charge and reports on construction techniques.

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   C- Bureau of exploitation formalities This bureau is responsible for

  • Compiling regulations on management of enterprises, firms; studying designs and construction
  • Controlling, managing, determining capacity and issuing permits to opening, suspending, closing business of enterprises, firms; studying designs and construction

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. Article 14 Department of construction consists of 3 bureaux

  • Bureau of construction site regulations
  • Bureau of technique and inspection
  • Bureau of repair and maintenance

  A- Bureau of construction site regulations This bureau is responsible for

  • Compiling regulations and advising the work of :
  • Arranging construction sites
  • Protecting work safety and public order
  • Tools and construction machinery
  • Concrete, reinforcement concrete and mould
  • Laying floor, mountain stone, tiles and mortar
  • Wood, metal
  • Electricity and mechanics
  • Clean water supply, sewerage and other engineering networks
  • Studying and researching techniques of modern, strong and quick construction.

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   B- Bureau of techniques and inspection This bureau is responsible for

  • Counseling, monitoring and inspecting construction and dismantling according to the design and technical documents permitted to ensure safety and public order
  • Monitoring, inspecting safety and quality of existing constructions
  • Collecting data of constructions in cities and provinces
  • Issuing permits to opening, suspending and closing construction sites of enterprises, firms and construction units
  • Studying and researching measures to prevent all illegal acts of construction, repairing and dismantling, and all constructions that do not follow the authorized designs.
  • Conducting an expertise on constructions, including dilapidated buildings, cracked or collapsed buildings, and additional construction on the existing buildings
  • Building technical documents in settling construction disputes and other cases that are not in line with technical norms.
This bureau is divided into 4 regions:
Region
Provinces
Region 1

Phnom Penh, Kandal, Prey Veng, Svay Rieng and Takeo

Region 2

Stung Treng, Kratie, Ratanak Kiri, Mondul Kiri, Kampong Cham, Preah Vihea and Kampong Thom

Region 3

Battambang, Banteay Meanchey, Oddar Meanchey, Kampong Chhnang, Pursat, Siemreap and Pailin

Region 4

Kampong Speu, Kampot, Koh Kong, Krong Preah Sihanouk, and Kep

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   C- Bureau of repair and maintenance This bureau is responsible for

  • Compiling regulations and counseling the work of repair, maintenance, and the use of public buildings and patrimonial buildings
  • Making programs and proposing budget for repair and maintenance of public and patrimonial buildings
  • Inspecting architectural designs, engineering, construction structure, budget, repair and maintenance of public and patrimonial buildings
  • Inspecting safety, public order, beauty, construction quality, and impacts of repair and renovation of public and patrimonial buildings
  • Counseling, monitoring and inspecting the repair and maintenance of public and patrimonial buildings according to technical method, plan designs and technical documents approved.
  • Permits to opening, suspending, and closing construction sites of enterprises, firms and construction units in repairing and renovating public and patrimonial buildings.
  • Compiling statistics, analyzing economic data, cultural value and the use of patrimonial buildings

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.

General Department of Urban Planning


Duties and Mandates 2. Duties and Mandates: The following text is a translation of the Proclamation No. 64 Pr.K./DNS of the ministry, defining functions and duties of all departments of the Ministry of Land Management, Urban planning and Construction

Article 9 Department of Research and Regulations consists of 3 bureaux

  • Bureau of Land Management Regulations
  • Bureau of Urban Planning Regulations
  • Bureau of Relations and General Affairs

A- Bureau of Land Management Regulations The bureau is responsible for

  • Collaborating with ministries, institutions and provinces/municipality to conduct research, to collect information, statistics, and demographic and socio-economic data that relate to land management.
  • Formulating legislation on land use management
  • Defining criteria of the location and type of land
  • Making legislation regarding natural zones such as forest, mountain, lake, valley, river, sea, beach, conservative regions.
  • Formulating circulars, directives and other documents that relate to the land management.

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. B- Bureau of Urban Planning Regulations The bureau is responsible for

  • Collaborating with ministries, institutions and provinces/municipality to conduct research, to collect information, statistics, and demographic and socio-economic data that relate to urban planning.
  • Formulating legislation regarding dwelling houses
  • Formulating regulations regarding social buildings such as meeting hall, hotel, restaurant, school, pagoda, sports field.
  • Making regulations on trade and industry services such as department stores, warehouse, factory.
  • Formulating regulations regarding infrastructure work, including roads inside and outside the cities, clean water supply, sewerage, electricity, telecommunication, and public services such as gardens, recreation site, billboard, and other signs.

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. C- Bureau of Relations and General Affairs The bureau is responsible for

  • Cooperating and coordinating work with ministries and specialized institutions involved in land management and urban planning.
  • Collaborating with international organizations and organizations in the field of training and development projects.
  • Preparing plans and training programs on specialized skills for officials of the Ministry and municipal and provincial offices.
  • Making programs and coordinating the relations between departments under the General Department and other units under the Ministry.
  • Keeping documents, incoming and outgoing letters, disseminating and enforcing the application of circulars and directives of the Ministry, preparing sum-up work reports and other work that the General Department finds necessary.

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. Article 10 Department of Land Management consists of 3 bureaux

  • Bureau of Land Documentation
  • Bureau of Land Development
  • Bureau of Projects

The land management in the Kingdom of Cambodia is divided into 4 regions as follows:

Region
Provinces
Region 1

Phnom Penh, Kandal, Prey Veng, Svay Rieng and Takeo

Region 2

Stung Treng, Kratie, Ratanak Kiri, Mondul Kiri, Kampong Cham, Preah Vihea and Kampong Thom

Region 3

Battambang, Banteay Meanchey, Oddar Meanchey, Kampong Chhnang, Pursat, Siemreap and Pailin

Region 4

Kampong Speu, Kampot, Koh Kong, Krong Preah Sihanouk, and Kep

A- Bureau of Land Documentation The bureau is responsible for

  • Collecting demographic and socio-economic data
  • Analyzing data of land management work
  • Compiling national plan documents on land management
  • Formulating procedures of master plans and national schema
  • Making schema according to fields including agriculture, industry, trade, education, administration, housing, tourism, public works, transport, natural zones such as forest, mountain, lake, valley, river, sea, beach and reserved areas.
  • Making schema for regions, provinces and municipality
  • Storing information and technical documents in the computer
  • Printing and producing technical documents
  • Preparing technical documents for inter-ministrial meetings
  • Disseminating policies of land management in cooperation with the Ministry and institutions concerned.
  • Formulating policies, plans and strategies of land management to ensure appropriate, balanced and sustainable use of land
  • Disseminating and monitoring the implementation of law, regulations of land management by local authorities.
  • Compiling and keeping documents of land management

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. B- Bureau of Land Development The bureau is responsible for

  • Making formalities, programs in developing and improving national infrastructure including communication network, irrigation system, reservoir, harbor, airport.
  • Compiling technical documents for land development projects.
  • The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.
C- Bureau of Projects The bureau is responsible for
  • Examining requests for project locations by ministries and technical institutions such as industry, trade, public works, agriculture, water resources, tourism, education, culture, private companies and international investment projects.
  • Studying and evaluating the impact on the policy of land management by local and foreign investment projects.
  • Monitoring, recording and making reports on management of land use.
  • The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.

Article 11 Department of Urban Planning consists of 3 bureaux

  • Bureau of Urban Planning
  • Bureau of Infrastructure
  • Bureau of Technique

A- Bureau of Urban Planning This bureau is responsible for

  • Collecting data related to urban planning, including the number of people, type of dwelling house or construction, and socio-economic characteristics such as livelihood, supply capacity and transportation.
  • Storing data documents in the computer
  • Analyzing and compiling tables related to data on techniques of urban planning
  • Making and controlling plans of land use
  • Studying, analyzing and raising development projects for city, city surroundings, town and rural areas
  • Reorganizing and improving beauty and quality of the city and new developed areas in the city
  • Studying master plans and designing specific plans by dividing development areas
  • Compiling technical documents for projects
  • Estimating the cost of projects and determining investment capital
  • Examining and monitoring the implementation of projects
  • Raising proposals, draft of laws, regulations of urban planning for public housing construction and social housing

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   B- Bureau of Infrastructure This bureau is responsible for

  • Cooperating with relevant institutions to set up the plan of communication infrastructure and public transportation system needed in the city and big towns
  • Studying and designing plans of roads, bridges, irrigation system
  • Studying, researching and designing plans of clean water supply, drainage and sewer systems
  • Studying and analyzing solid waste
  • Studying and designing electricity supply network
  • Studying and analyzing public lighting
  • Studying and designing telecommunication network, public services such as recreation sites, gardens, location of advertisements
  • Compiling technical documents of infrastructure network

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as necessary.   C- Bureau of Technique This bureau is responsible for

  • Evaluating technical work and examining possibilities of project implementation
  • Studying and researching the impact of projects on urban planning, political and social life, and well-being of the people
  • Examining and issuing permits for construction and dismantlement based on the law of land management, urban planning and construction
  • Making sum-up work reports for the department

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.



Duties and Mandates The following text is a translation of the Proclamation No. 64 Pr.K./DNS of the ministry, defining functions and duties of all departments of the Ministry of Land Management, Urban planning and Construction.

Article 15 Department of land administration consists of 4 bureaux

  • Bureau of cooperation
  • Bureau of legislation
  • Bureau of planning and general affairs
  • Bureau of land evaluation

  A- Bureau of cooperation This bureau is responsible for

  • Communicating with the public, institutions, international organizations
  • Making projects of international cooperation
  • Assigning activities, implementing cooperation in the field of technique

This bureau has relationship, according to the hierarchy, with its department and specialized general department, and with the department of economic development, investment and international relations of the Ministry, the unit which controls the unity of international relations work   B- Bureau of legislation This bureau is responsible for

  • Studying, researching laws and regulations which relate to land
  • Developing principles, measures and instructions which relate to cadastral work
  • Gathering information which relates to land disputes, swindling on land, to serve as information for studying and improving laws and regulations

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   C- Bureau of Planning and general affairs This bureau is responsible for

  • Developing plans, programs of cadastral work
  • Evaluating the result achieved in order to analyze and determine measures
  • Being in charge of administration and general affairs

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   D- Bureau of land evaluation This bureau is responsible for

  • Studying principles of land classification
  • Gathering data related to land evaluation both in the city and countryside.
  • Joining in land classification commissions
  • Studying tax rates of each land classification

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   Article 16 Department of Land Inspection consists of 3 bureaux

  • Bureau of Monitoring law implementation
  • Bureau of documents examination
  • Bureau of financial examination

  A- Bureau of monitoring law implementation This bureau is responsible for

  • Monitoring the implementation of specialized work on the basis of regulations and law which are still in force.
  • Monitoring the work of cadastral civil servants based on the co-statute of civil servants, the separate statute of the Ministry, the internal policy of units and skills implementation
  • Preparing documents to file complaints and defend in front of the court.

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   B- Bureau of documents examination This bureau is responsible for

  • Monitoring the maintenance of files and cadastral materials, which can ensure safety
  • Researching documents and advising about developing specialized documents
  • Being in charge of administration and general affairs.

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   Article 17 Department of techniques consists of 3 bureaux

  • Bureau of information technology, photos and plans
  • Bureau of study
  • Bureau of cadastral measurement

  A- Bureau of information, photos and plans This bureau is responsible for

  • Collecting data on land parcel from localities
  • Designing land parcel by using large-scale photos
  • Storing land parcel information in the computer
  • Designing land parcel through orthophoto and stored in the computer
  • Storing and calculating data which is measured by technical instrument
  • Printing cadastral plans and creating database for issuing title papers.
  • Being in charge of administration and general affairs.

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   B- Bureau of study This bureau is responsible for

  • Going to the location of measurement along with draft of designs and marking important points
  • Going to contact local authority, the office of land management, urban planning and construction, and provincial and municipal cadastre and bureaux of land management, urban planning, construction in districts
  • Making projects of materials evaluation so that measuring team can go to implement at the locality by creating standard.
  • Studying and researching modern technical and scientific documents and seeking new technical formula on measurement work in order to strengthen effectiveness and quality of measurement
  • Keeping technical documents appropriately and maintaining them
  • Making technical measurement norms according to classification
  • Monitoring and inspecting the training of technical measurement in the department, and each course of study
  • Assisting in developing programs for technical measurement instructions.

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   C- Bureau of cadastral measurement This bureau is responsible for

  • Organizing measuring teams according to technical methods
  • Preparing materials and measuring tools in response to the size of work, and taking good care of them before taking out and putting back into the warehouse
  • Seeking key solutions to special measurement according to circumstances and techniques determined by the leadership.
  • Going to measure land at the location or requested areas with simple and modern instruments.
  • Calculating according to simple and modern scientific and technical formula
  • Arranging documents according to orders of measurement
  • Reviewing the calculation and measured locations effectively according to technical methods

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   Article 18 Department of Cadastral Conservation consists of 3 bureax

  • Bureau of land registration
  • Bureau of state property conservation
  • Bureau of documents and land information

  A- Bureau of land registration This bureau is responsible for

  • Inscribing and updating lists of land parcel approved by the general director
  • Referring statement tables and corrected tables of real estate to local units for registration.

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   B- Bureau of state property conservation This bureau is responsible for

  • Being well aware of real estate through the Ministry
  • Managing immovable property of the state
  • Inspecting and registering, and monitoring all the changes of state immovable property

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   C- Bureau of documents and land information This bureau is responsible for

  • Keeping and maintaining all cadastral documents according to the lists, books, and other documents in communes, districts, provinces and cities according to alphabetical order of occupants’ names.
  • Being in charge of administration and general affairs.

  Article 19 Department of Geography consists of 4 bureaux

  • Bureau of border affairs
  • Bureau of cooperation and general affairs
  • Bureau of geography measurement
  • Bureau of information system of geography
  A- Bureau of border affairs
  • Gathering information about administrative boundaries, making plans to measure, determine and rectify administrative boundaries in the country.
  • Researching and preparing regulations which relate to border affairs.

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   B- Bureau of cooperation and general affairs This bureau is responsible for

  • collaborating with national and international institutions in gathering geographic information.
  • Consulting, providing technical services and marketing by using the resources and outcome of other specialised bureaux.
  • Collecting and disseminating all information related to geography and measurement (both data and computer program), and tools, machinery in cooperation with concerned institutions in the country and abroad.
  • Managing all technical documents, warehouse, maps, photo warehouse.
  • Compiling technical regulations for the implementation of measurement and mapping
  • Inspecting quality and technique; consulting and providing technical services for all kinds of information and all geographic data by creating a unique standard for the whole country for the use of data on geographic information
  • Arranging administrative and accounting affairs
  • Managing, inspecting and maintaining warehouses of all materials and technical instruments and tools

The bureau of cooperation and general affairs is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. This bureau has relationship, according to hierarchy, with its department and specialised general department, and with the department of economic development, investment and international relations of the Ministry, the unit that manages the uniformity of international relations.   C- Bureau of geographic measurement This bureau is responsible for

  • Participating in measuring and determining border
  • Studying, researching and monitoring the implementation of all work concerning the building of network, altitude from high level to low level.
  • Monitoring and maintaining constructed land posts
  • Implementing all work that relates to the measuring work of topography

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   D- Bureau of information system of geography This bureau is responsible for

  • Implementing and researching all the work of information system of geography and remote sensing photo grametry orthophoto
  • Making digital mapping, analysing data of geographic information, compiling of all kinds of maps.
  • Managing, maintaining data and digital mapping
  • Researching and updating all computer programs which are used and provide training services on these programs according to necessity.
  • Taking geographic photos, producing data through interpreting aerial photos and satellite photos.
  • Analysing photos from the satellite and radar
  • Compiling orthophotos
  • Advising on the interpretation of all aerial pictures and photos
  • Managing printing house, publication of various maps and other documents.

This bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.

General Department of Administration

Organizational Structures
Duties and Mandates The following text is a translation of the Proclamation No. 64 Pr.K./DNS of the ministry, defining functions and duties of all departments of the Ministry of Land Management, Urban planning and Construction. Article 4: Department of Administration and General Affairs consists of 3 bureaux:

  • Bureau of Order
  • Bureau of General Affairs
  • Bureau of Protocol and Information

A- Bureau of order The bureau has the following roles and responsibilities

  • Controlling all incoming and outgoing letters of the Ministry
  • Circulating administrative documents to destinations
  • Keeping files and managing library

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as required by necessity. B-Bureau of General Affairs The bureau has the following roles and responsibilities

  • Keeping stamps of the Ministry
  • Acting as messenger (within the Ministry and Inter-ministries)
  • Guarding and cleaning the Ministry
  • Controlling mission documents when getting principles from the leaders
  • Typing

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. C- Bureau of Protocol and Information The bureau is responsible for

  • Presenting information of documents to the leaders
  • Making minutes and reports
  • Making plans of action for the Ministry
  • Attending meetings and visiting localities with the leaders
  • Arranging for national and international festivals
  • Arranging an audience for the leaders
  • Contacting national and international media and providing information
  • Cooperating with the assistants of the leaders to arrange weekly programs for the leaders
  • Researching and collecting information from various papers, that relates to the Ministry for the leaders
  • Extracting and compiling information, pictures and activities of the Ministry for records and dissemination.
  • Making speeches and messages
  • Arranging venue and festival places
  • Managing services
  • Making formalities and being responsible for protocol

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. Article 5 The Department of Personnel consists of 3 bureaux

  • Bureau of Civil Service and Salary
  • Bureau of Personnel
  • Bureau of Policies and Training

A- Bureau of Civil Service and Salary The bureau is responsible for

  • Examining the payroll of all civil servants of the Ministry
  • Making statistics of the civil servants (monthly, quarterly, semester and yearly)
  • Storing the data of civil servants in the information technology system
  • Classifying ranks and positions of civil servants, specialists, based on the particular statute of civil servants
  • Making programs for specialist positions and human resources of the Ministry
  • Making administrative documents for civil servants, deleting their names from the list, formally accepting civil servants etc.

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. B- Bureau of Personnel The bureau is responsible for

  • Preparing and controlling documents of civil servants and specialists at central and municipal/provincial levels
  • Making papers to nominate, promote, discipline or dismiss civil servants
  • Making formalities and other papers related to civil servants
  • Completing papers for civil servants who move our
  • Whole administration and information (order-file)

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. C- Bureau of Policies The bureau is responsible for

  • Making formalities for civil servants who retire and who are physically disabled
  • Making formalities for civil servants who leave their positions vacant without pay
  • Making proposals of support for civil servants when there is an accident, disease or death
  • Making plans for professional and technical training of civil servants and skilled workers
  • Concluding, evaluating the level of profession of medium specialists and skilled workers during and after the training in collaboration with Professional Training Center.

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. Article 6 Department of Planning, Economy and Financial Affairs consists of 4 bureaux

  • Bureau of Management and Supply
  • Bureau of Accounting
  • Bureau of Financial Affairs
  • Bureau of Planning and Economy

A-Bureau of Management and Supply The bureau is responsible for

  • Coordinating the work of planning, economy and finance
  • Controlling and circulating administrative documents
  • Summing-up and making reports of work activities
  • Controlling warehouses, internal fuel, and national and international gifts

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   B-Bureau of Accounting The bureau is responsible for

  • Monitoring, following up, reviewing the control of special account
  • Controlling all revenue of the Ministry for state budget
  • Taking part in examining the quantity and quality of all materials and equipment to be kept in a warehouse, and requesting approval
  • Controlling movable and immovable property, and stocks, and making inventory regularly
  • Preparing perpetual bookkeeping and accounting statements
  • Using information management system for financial activities and accounting
  • Cooperating to coordinate the evaluation of finance and economy on investment projects which use internal or external resources for development
  • Advising accounting work of all units under the Ministry
  • Examining and raising proposals related to the rent, sale, transfer and auditing of real estate
  • Registering accounting
  • Making sum-up reports on revenue and expenditure on semester and yearly basis.

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed.   C-Bureau of Financial Affairs The bureau is responsible for

  • Making plans of revenue and expenditure of the Ministry
  • Examining and raising opinions to leaders in collecting revenue in accordance with the financial law.
  • Examining all proposals of units, and completing formalities in line with the procedures of the state budget expenditure.
  • Asking for request to make a regularity of budget
  • Gathering needs on expenditure programs for the leaders’ approval
  • Controlling repair work of materials and equipment that belong to the central and local levels.
  • Completing formalities regarding expenditures
  • Controlling institutions and enterprises

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. D-Bureau of Planning and Economy The bureau is responsible for

  • Preparing yearly plans of materials, spare parts, fuel, and means of transport
  • Collecting all data related to the planning of revenue and expenditure of the Ministry
  • Cooperating to coordinate financial statement adjustment
  • Monitoring and controlling public work
  • Participating in checking the quality, quantity and cost of materials and tools to be stored in a warehouse.
  • Monitoring and coordinating investment work
  • Monitoring and coordinating assistance
  • Controlling state property at both central and local levels
  • Taking part in all activities relate to the general planning of the Ministry
  • Making reports on statistics of materials and budget on the monthly, quarterly, semester and yearly basis.

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as necessitated. Article 7 Department of Legislation consists of 2 bureaux

  • Bureau of Legislation
  • Bureau of Juridical Affairs

A-Bureau of Legislation The bureau is responsible for

  • Drafting juridical acts and regulations
  • Studying and proposing amendments of existing regulations
  • Cooperating with ministries, institutions and NGOs to study and provide experiences on legislation work

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. B-Bureau of Juridical Affairs The bureau is responsible for

  • Reviewing and rectifying the texts of law, provisions and norms of departments and offices under the Ministry
  • Providing legal consultation to departments, units and offices under the Ministry to apply its competence
  • Examining the legality of documents and papers

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as required. Article 8 Department of Economic Development, Investment and International Relations consists of 3 bureaux

  • Bureau of Economic Development
  • Bureau of Investment
  • Bureau of ASEAN and International Relations

A-Bureau of Economic Development The bureau is responsible for

  • Studying master plans of cities and provinces for development
  • Compiling, analyzing and evaluating data to ensure the perfection of proposed development targets.
  • Communicating and collaborating with specialized units of the Ministry and institutions concerned to make development plans.
  • Making development programs
  • Disseminating development projects and encouraging investment on the projects of the Ministry.
  • Monitoring and evaluating all the implementation of approved projects
  • Researching and comparing projects of national institutions and those of other countries.
  • Compiling documents related to the activities and achievements of the Ministry in the field of short-and long-term economic development.
  • Formulating formalities of companies’ contracts on implementing projects.

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as needed. B-Bureau of Investment The bureau is responsible for

  • Analyzing investment projects regarding worth, shortcoming or irregularity of the projects
  • Coordinating the work between investors and specialized units of the Ministry
  • Coordinating with the Council for the Development of Cambodia (CDC) or institutions concerned.
  • Coordinating in making formalities and relevant papers to be submitted to CDC for examination
  • Collaborating with experts to determine projects to be acceptable and put for bidding
  • Participating in preparing documents for bidding, and cooperating in bidding for investment projects.
  • Advising on the investment agreement between the Ministry and investors.

The bureau is led by one chief and deputies for assistance as necessary. C-Bureau of ASEAN and International Relations The bureau is responsible for

  • Formulating plans and communication programs and international cooperation
  • Preparing documents for international relations and cooperation
  • Coordinating and making projects for assistance
  • Coordinating between donors and specialized units
  • Monitoring all the implementation of projects that use aid budget.

The bureau is headed by one chief and deputies for assistance as required by necessity.