Kota Kinabalu, 8 May 2019 – The Sabah Cooperatives Commission (SKM) accepted two proposals by the Sabah State MACC Inspection and Consultancy Unit (UPMP) concerning monitoring of SKM for the implementation of the Retail Shop Transformation Project (TUKAR) and Automotive Workshop Modernisation Program (ATOM) by the Kopusamaju Cooperative.
SKM Deputy Executive Chairman Zazali Haron agreed to all the recommendations and pledged his commitment to implement all the proposals in all cooperatives throughout Malaysia.
He said that the issues that were addressed would be made term of reference for establishing guidelines on monitoring TUKAR and ATOM or any SKM programs.
The Consultation Session was led by Sabah MACC Deputy Director (Prevention), SAC Awang Samsul Baharam Bungso at the Sabah State SKM Office on 23 April.
Among the recommendations proposed are:
- Establishing guidelines on monitoring for TUKAR and ATOM programs that would be placed under the observation of the Monitoring and Project Evaluation Division SKM.
- Issuing Order to the cooperatives to submit document copies of Agreement between the borrower and TUKAR as well as ATOM cooperatives programs to the SKM State Office.