The Prime Minister's Office (Abbreviation: PMO; Malay: Pejabat Perdana Menteri; Chinese: 总理公署; Tamil: பிரதமர் அலுவலகம்) is a ministerial level executive agency within the Government of Singapore that handles the ministries and other political matters that are of great importance to the nation, such as tackling corruption and holding elections. It is headed by the Prime Minister and its politicians. In Singapore, a politician appointed as a 'Minister in the Prime Minister's Office' was previously and essentially known as 'Minister without Portfolio', an official cabinet appointment title in other Westminster parliamentary system.
The PMO oversees three statutory boards. They are:
- Government Technology Agency (GovTech)
- Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)
- Civil Service College (CSC)
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