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<p align = "justify">An initiative introduced by Industry and Business Ecosystem, Ministry of Finance with Department of Economic Planning & Statistics (JPES), E-Government National Centre and Darussalam Enterprise (DARe) with support from other Government agencies to streamline all business data collection from various government systems.

Companies’ information recorded in various government repository systems are interlinked with the Business Reporting (BR). All companies are required to submit their business data & performance report through the BR portal. Companies are also highly encouraged to update their data on the BR portal either every end of the month or as per advised by the relevant government agencies following the company’s business sector.</p>
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<br>The Digital Economy Masterplan 2035 is a document created by the Digital Economy Council (DEC) with an aim to transform Brunei Darussalam into a Smart Nation by driving and enhancing Brunei Darussalam’s socio-economic growth through Digital Transformation.</br>

<br><b>3 Strategic Outcomes of the Digital Economy Masterplan</b></br>
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<br><b>Digital Economy Eco-system: The Government, Industry and Society</br></b>

<br>The Government, Industry and Society are closely interrelated in the eco-system of Digital Economy whereby the DEC Flagship Projects on Digital ID, Digital Payment and People Hub serve as the backbone of the eco-system.</br>

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<Br>For more information on Brunei Darussalam’s road to a Smart Nation, you may go to the following website: www.digitalbrunei.bn</br>

<br>To read the complete Digital Economy Masterplan 2025, click the download button below:

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<br>The Ministry of Finance and Economy is pleased to announce that His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam has consented the Brunei Darussalam’s <b>Economic Blueprint: Towards a Dynamic And Sustainable Economy</b> to plan the country's economic direction towards achieving the Third Goal of Brunei Vision 2035 which is a Dynamic and Sustainable Economy.</br>

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<br>This Blueprint aims to act as guiding policies to align policies, strategies and initiatives by the government and private sector towards achieving the Third Goal of Brunei Vision 2035. The success of this Economic Blueprint will help Brunei Darussalam to move from a highly dependent oil and gas economy to a dynamic and sustainable economy providing more meaningful and high-value employment opportunities for our people and harnessing the latest technology in line with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).</br>

<br>The preparation of this Economic Blueprint has taken into account the views and perspectives of relevant stakeholders namely the government and the private sector through the consultation sessions which have been conducted.</br>

<br>In achieving the abovementioned objectives, four (4) main macroeconomic goals are intended, as follows:</br>

i.    High and sustainable economic growth which is not affected by any economic uncertainties;
ii.    Economic diversification which is to increase the contribution of the Non-Oil and Gas Sector;
iii.    Macroeconomic stability which is among others moderate inflation, fiscal sustainability and trade surplus; and
iv.    Low unemployment rate.

<br>In any development efforts of the country, the nation will continue to be guided by the Malay Islamic Monarchy (MIB).</br>

<br>In ensuring that the goals will be achieved, six aspirations have been identified in the Economic Blueprint namely, (i) productive and vibrant businesses; (ii) skilled, adaptable and innovative people, (iii) open and globally-connected economy; (iv) sustainable environment; (v) high quality and competitive economic infrastructure; and (vi) good governance and public service excellence.</br>

<br>In achieving the above aspirations, a collaborative Whole of Nation Approach is important in involving all parties, namely:</br>

i.    The private sector will serve as the driving force of the country’s economy;
ii.    The Government sector will continue to play a role in facilitating the success of the development of the country;
iii.    Investors in both the country and overseas have a role in introducing new industries; and
iv.    Members of the public and residents of Brunei Darussalam must practice the culture of ‘Berkarih, Bejarih, Belurih’.

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<p align = 'justify'>With consent of His Majesty the Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam, the government, through the Pejabat Perancangan Tenaga Manusia (PPTM), Prime Minister's Office and the Department of Labour, Ministry of Home Affairs, has introduced the Employment (Minimum Wage) Order, 2023.


<p align = 'justify'>The Order aims to establish a baseline wage that can ensure employees' financial protection, work productivity and motivation.


<p align = 'justify'>To be implemented in phases, this first phase will only apply to employers and employees in selected companies within the Banking and Finance as well as Infocommunication Technology (ICT) industries.

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<br>More details can be found in the <b>Employment (Minimum Wage) Order, 2023 Handbook below.</b></br>
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<p align = "justify">This document summarises information on Employment Order 2009, Workmen's Compensation Act 1957, Workplace, Safety and Health Order 2009, Employment Agencies Order 2004 and Employment Information Act 1974. All companies in Brunei should refer to this guide to ensure that labour laws and regulations are being followed and that the rights of workers are fulfilled. </p>
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<br><b><i>Manpower Blueprint</i> Bagi Negara Brunei Darussalam</b> adalah dokumen yang memberi hala tuju strategik bagi agensi pelaksana dan pihak berkepentingan ke arah mencapai dan mendukung Matlamat 1 Wawasan Brunei 2035 untuk melahirkan rakyat yang berpendidikan, berkemahiran tinggi dan berjaya. <i>Manpower Blueprint</i> yang diterajui oleh Majlis Perancangan Tenaga Manusia dan Pekerjaan, Jabatan Perdana Menteri dan Kementerian Pendidikan merupakan panduan kebangsaan bagi penggubalan pelan strategik utama dan pelan induk, termasuk peta jalan industri yang berkaitan dengan tenaga manusia.</br>

<br>Untuk mengetahui dengan lebih lanjut, sila rujuk kepada dokumen <i>Manpower Blueprint.</i></br>
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<br><b>Manpower Blueprint for Brunei Darussalam</b> is a document that provides strategic directives for implementing agencies and stakeholders towards achieving and supporting Goal 1 of Wawasan Brunei 2035 to produce educated, highly skilled and accomplished people. This blueprint which is led by the Manpower Planning and Employment Council (MPEC), Prime Minister's Office and the Ministry of Education acts as a national guide for setting key strategic plans and masterplans including industrial roadmaps pertaining to manpower.</br>

<br>To find out more, please refer to the Manpower Blueprint document.</br>

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<p align= "justify">Majlis Perancangan Tenaga Manusia dan Pekerjaan (MPTMP), Prime Minister’s Office with the support of the Department of Labour, Ministry of Home Affairs proudly publish the first series of the Salary Guideline for the Private Sector.

<p align= "justify">The Salary Guideline is a recommendation of <b>minimum salary scales</b> for selected job positions as per the job levels that can be used by <b>employers to develop competitive salary packages</b> to attract local Bruneians to work in the private sector and for local jobseekers or <b>employees to determine their market value at the starting point of their careers. </b>

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<p align="left">To find out more, please refer to the <b>Salary Guideline (2023 Edition) </b>
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The Employees' Trust Fund (TAP) is a national savings and social scheme which offers retirement benefits to the entire working population who are Citizens and Permanent Residents of Brunei Darussalam
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