KPX Holds Workshop on Public Entities’ Roles Amid New Government’s National Agenda
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KPX Holds Workshop on Public Entities’ Roles Amid New Government’s National Agenda
It is designed to help management get a better understanding of the new government’s state tasks and work out ways of promoting the institution’s management innovation and efficiency

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Senior officials with Korea Power Exchange (KPX) participate in a workshop on public entities’ roles and how to promote management innovation to comply with the new government’s state tasks at KPX Educational Institute on Aug. 1. (Photo: KPX)


Korea Power Exchange (KPX) hosted a workshop on public entities’ roles and how to promote management innovation to comply with the new government’s state tasks at KPX Educational Institute on Aug. 1. KPX executives and staff were in attendance.
 
The workshop was designed to help management and others get a better understanding of the new government’s state tasks and ways of promoting the institution’s management innovation and efficiency. 

They want to implement national agenda goals and guidelines on reinventing public entities. 

The event covered the new government’s state tenets and public entities’ roles related to state tasks, the direction of public entities’ innovation, coupled with each area’s state tasks and response strategies, and major tasks in five innovation guideline sectors. 

Prof. Hong Gil-pyo of Baekseok University gave a lecture on the matters. 

About 40 executives and core cadres, including heads of divisions and offices and major team leaders, took part in the workshop. 

They took time to look into KPX’s roles for the implementation of the new government’s state tasks and innovation guidelines and its responsibilities as the management entity to carry out the new government’s state tasks. 

KPX President Jung Dong-hee said, “The workshop was an opportunity to get a better understanding of the new government’s state tasks and explore the direction of KPX’s innovation.” He urged the major cadres to do their bust top reborn into KPX offering quality public services through endless innovation and management efficiency. 


KPX Convenes Regulatory Reform Committee Meeting 

Korea Power Exchange convened a regulatory reform committee meeting on Aug. 4 and approved tasks to pursue regulatory reform this year and the designation of major tasks to be implemented. 

KPX worked out strategies to pursue regulatory innovation during the year 2022: four implementation plans - expanding the ecosystem of new businesses and net-zero regulatory reform, ramping up regulatory reform platforms for SMEs, improving core regulations tailored to meet people’s and customers’ needs, and strengthening support to pursue regulatory reform - and eight detailed implementation tasks. 

The step is designed to ramp up KPX’s strategic regulatory innovation implementation regime and comply with the new government’s state tasks coupled with calls for private sector consumer-oriented regulatory reform and reinvigorating of economic dynamics. 

KPX also plans to designate 15 core tasks to pursue regulatory reform and concentrate on companywide regulatory reform capabilities, such as prior consulting and legal support. 

KPX said it will take stock of core tasks in a mid-term inspection and devote itself to managing outcome of core tasks by ramping up communication with people and SMEs. 

Chae Young-jin, head of KPX’s Planning Division, said, “KPX will have to spearhead dramatical regulatory reform to raise corporate dynamics and improve people’s life. He expressed his determination to expand the new electricity market through regulatory reform and achieve a goal of raising customer satisfaction. 


KPX Spurs Innovation by Operating Management Efficiency Task Force 

Amid rising public concern over innovation of public entities following the announcement of the new government’s guidelines on innovation, Korea Power Exchange will operate a task force to establish innovation plans and look into their implementation. 

KPX said on Aug. 11 a 15-member management efficiency task forced team, headed by Vice President Park Joong-hwan, had been inaugurated. 

The operation of the team is designed to comply with public entities’ innovation guidelines by establishing rational innovation plans to raise KPX’s productivity and efficiency in accordance with the new government’s guidelines on innovation of public entities. 

   
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