Examination Yuan

As the highest examination organ in the country, the Examination Yuan is responsible for the examination, registration, security of tenure, pecuniary aid in case of death, and retirement of civil servants, as well as legal matters relating to their employment, performance evaluations, scale of salaries, promotion, transfer, commendation, and awards. The Examination Yuan has a president, a vice president, and between seven and nine members, all of whom are, with the consent of the Legislative Yuan, appointed by the President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) for four-year terms. Policies and major initiatives of the Examination Yuan are decided by the Council of the Examination Yuan. To respond to internal administrative adjustments, amendments to the Organic Act of the Examination Yuan were announced on April 26, 2023, placing the Ministry of Examination, Ministry of Civil Service, and Civil Service Protection and Training Commission under the Examination Yuan.

The Examination Yuan, R.O.C. (Taiwan)