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The Statutory boards of the Government of Singapore are organisations that have been given autonomy to perform an operational function by legal statutes passed as Acts in parliament. The statutes define the purpose, rights and powers of the authority. They usually report to one specific ministry. This list includes both current and new statutory boards formed.

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Statutory boards of the Singapore Government Article Talk Language Watch Edit This article needs additional citations for verification Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources Unsourced material may be challenged and removed Find sources Statutory boards of the Singapore Government news newspapers books scholar JSTOR July 2020 Learn how and when to remove this template message The Statutory boards of the Government of Singapore are organisations that have been given autonomy to perform an operational function by legal statutes passed as Acts in parliament The statutes define the purpose rights and powers of the authority They usually report to one specific ministry This list includes both current and new statutory boards formed Contents 1 Current statutory boards 2 Former statutory boards 3 Statutory or privatised government corporations 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksCurrent statutory boards EditAccounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority ACRA Agency for Science Technology and Research A STAR Board of Architects BOA Building and Construction Authority BCA Casino Regulatory Authority of Singapore CRA Central Provident Fund Board CPF Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore CAAS Civil Service College CSC Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore CCCS Council for Estate Agencies CEA Defence Science and Technology Agency DSTA Economic Development Board EDB Energy Market Authority EMA Enterprise Singapore ESG Government Technology Agency of Singapore GovTech Health Promotion Board HPB Health Sciences Authority HSA Hindu Endowments Board HEB Home Team Science and Technology Agency HTX Hotels Licensing Board HLB Housing and Development Board HDB Infocomm Media Development Authority IMDA Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore IRAS Institute of Technical Education ITE Intellectual Property Office of Singapore IPOS ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute JTC Corporation JTC Land Transport Authority LTA Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura MUIS Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore MPA Monetary Authority of Singapore MAS Nanyang Polytechnic NYP National Arts Council NAC National Council of Social Service NCSS National Environment Agency NEA National Heritage Board NHB National Library Board NLB National Parks Board NParks Ngee Ann Polytechnic NP People s Association PA Professional Engineers Board Singapore PEB Public Utilities Board PUB Public Transport Council PTC Republic Polytechnic RP Science Centre Board SCB Sentosa Development Corporation SDC Singapore Accountancy Commission SAC Singapore Academy of Law SAL Singapore Dental Council SDC Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board SEAB Singapore Food Agency SFA Singapore Labour Foundation SLF Singapore Land Authority SLA Singapore Medical Council SMC Singapore Nursing Board SNB Singapore Pharmacy Council SPC Singapore Polytechnic SP Singapore Tourism Board STB SkillsFuture Singapore SSG Sport Singapore SPORTSG TCM Practitioners Board TCMPB Temasek Polytechnic TP Tote Board TOTE BOARD Urban Redevelopment Authority URA Workforce Singapore WSG Yellow Ribbon SingaporeFormer statutory boards EditCommercial and Industrial Security Corporation CISCO corporatised as CISCO Security on 5 July 2005 Nanyang Technological University NTU corporatised on 1 April 2006 National University of Singapore NUS corporatised on 1 April 2006 Post Office Savings Bank POSB acquired by DBS Bank on 16 November 1998 Singapore Broadcasting Authority SBA formed on 1 October 1994 merged into Media Development Authority on 1 January 2003 Singapore Broadcasting Corporation SBC corporatised as the Television Corporation of Singapore on 1 October 1994 Singapore Harbour Board taken over by the Port of Singapore Authority on 1 April 1964 SingTel corporatised on 1 April 1992 SingPost corporatised on 1 April 1992 National Computer Board reorganised into Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore on 1 December 1999 Telecommunication Authority of Singapore reorganised into Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore on 1 December 1999 Public Works Department corporatised as the CPG Corporation in 1999 Media Development Authority MDA and Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore IDA reorganised into Infocomm Media Development Authority IMDA in 2016 Singapore Totalisator Board rebranded as Tote Board TOTE BOARD in 2008 Preservation of Monuments Board PMB merged as Preservation of Sites and Monuments under National Heritage Board NHB on 1 July 2009 1 Singapore Sports Council SSC rebranded as Sport Singapore SPORTSG on 1 April 2014 Singapore Workforce Development Agency WDA reconstituted as Workforce Singapore WSG on 4 October 2016 Council for Private Education CPE functions absorbed under a new statboard SkillsFuture Singapore SSG on 4 October 2016 SPRING Singapore SPRING formed in 2002 to support enterprises reorganised into Enterprise Singapore ESG on 1 April 2018 Trade Development Board formed in 1983 and renamed to International Enterprise Singapore IE Singapore in 2002 to support internationalisation reorganised into Enterprise Singapore ESG on 1 April 2018 Competition Commission of Singapore CCS formed on 1 January 2005 to enforce competition law Renamed to Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore CCCS on 1 April 2018 to reflect its new role in protecting consumer rights Agri Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore AVA formed on 1 April 2000 to regulate food and veterinary issues Dissolved into Singapore Food Agency SFA for food issues and National Parks Board NParks for veterinary issues on 1 April 2019Statutory or privatised government corporations EditCivil Aviation Authority of Singapore reconstituted with regulatory functions on 1 July 2009 Changi Airport Group corporatisation of airport operations on 1 July 2009 Housing and Development Board Building amp Development Division corportised into HDB Corporation on 1 July 2003 renamed to Surbana and now Surbana Jurong Jurong Town Corporation corporatised and reconstituted as JTC Corporation on 15 November 2000 Ascendas Private Limited corporatisation and merger of property group on 8 January 2001 Jurong Consultants Private Limited corporatisation of technical services group on 9 April 2001 Jurong Port Private Limited corporatisation of port services group on 12 January 2001 Port of Singapore Authority PSA s regulatory functions transferred to the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore on 2 February 1996 PSA International corporatisation of port services on 1 October 1997 Public Utilities Board corporatised and reconstituted on 1 October 1995 Singapore Power corporatisation of electricity and gas services on 1 October 1995See also EditSingapore civil service Public Service Commission Singapore Organisation of the Government of SingaporeReferences Edit Preservation of Monuments Board merges with the National Heritage Board NAS 8 July 2009 Retrieved 14 July 2019 External links EditSingapore Government Website Singapore Government Ministries 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