The Koizumi administration (2001-2006) encouraged public sector reforms, including the adoption of NPM, in government operations (Yamamoto, 2009). The corporatization of national universities has reduced the results of the evaluation in the allocation of resources. On the other hand, the Basic Law of the IAI does not explicitly provide that the results of the performance evaluation are linked to funding, nor does it provide for performance to be assessed to the same standards in all IAIs. Another important development has been the easing of close ties with headquarters. Before that, the two institutions – both the central library with legal deposit fees and the Central National Archives – had been part of the administration, but by the end of the 19th century this situation had changed. New national archives and independent and separate libraries have been created, with representative buildings. This highlighted the differences between the institutions and hindered the possibilities for future cooperation. In cases where ISC funds income assistance and assisted housing directly to legitimate clients or beneficiaries, ISC regional offices accept requests for income assistance from residents of municipalities where the Chief and Council have not made arrangements to manage the program. Libraries, on the other hand, have built their organizational principles on achievements that began as early as the 18th century.
These principles had a philosophical background and were based on the idea of organizing all existing knowledge in the world into different categories. This thought was developed by Melvil Dewey at the end of the 19th century to become a highly effective and useful digital classification system and gradually used by libraries around the world. Serious attempts have also been made to facilitate the physical description of a book. Librarians from different parts of the world realized that if we could agree on these technical issues, it would greatly streamline their work. At the end of the century was published the first edition of the Anglo-American catalog rules. In the digital age, information and communication technologies (ICTs) are a key tool for change. The government has implemented many electronic services to provide citizens with an online administration system that serves as the front office of the administration. These services include electronic purchases, electronic receipts, e-budget and ePassports. The government`s flagship product is the e-auction procedure put in place to ensure fair play and transparency in bidding for government projects. The electronic tender was recently adopted with the purchase of CDML mobile phone devices for the Thai Communications Authority.
The use of electronic auctions has saved the government more than six billion baht ($150 million), 40 percent less than the median government price. This has helped to save huge amounts of taxpayers` money. It is important to note that the 1988 Constitution promoted the decentralization of health services. Some should be provided by the federal states, but most services fall constitutionally to municipalities.