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The statutory boards of the Singapore Government 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.

Former statutory boards[]

Statutory or privatised government corporations[]

  • Jurong Town Corporation, corporatised and reconstituted as JTC Corporation in 2001
    • Jurong Consultants Private Limited, corporatisation of technical services group in 2001
    • Jurong Port Private Limited, corporatisation of port services group in 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 1995

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