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The Advisors of Taipei City Government

A select group of academics and professionals were appointed to the position of Advisors of Taipei City Government (hereinafter “Advisors”) in order to advance municipal development while improving the administrative infrastructure. With their expertise, these Advisors are expected to provide guidance for policy implementation citywide.

 

 

 

The Guidelines for Selecting Advisors of Taipei City Government (hereinafter “Guidelines”) were promulgated on February 21, 2013 through Letter Fu-Ren-Ren-Zi No. 10231045900 to ensure that the exit mechanism, potential conflicts of interest and legislation of hiring, appointment and dismissal are subject to a comprehensive suite of regulations. According to Letter Fu-Ren-Ren-Zi No. 10430150900, dated February 13, 2015, a partially modified version of the Guidelines provides that Advisors shall serve without remuneration in 22 different groups designated according to the nature of administrative duties and fields of expertise, with their two-year term ending along with the Mayor’s departure, unless they resign due to personal issues or are dismissed under conditions mentioned in Article 8 of the Guidelines.

 

 

 

Under the leadership of Mayor Ko Wen-je, the City Government has hired 734 Advisors as of January 31, 2018.