Identification Services Bureau’s Director, Wong Pou Ieng, and Deputy Director, Chao Wai Ieng, took up new post

Director of DSI, Wong Pou Ieng

Wong Pou Ieng and Chao Wai Ieng took an oath to assume the position of Director and Deputy Director of the Identification Services Bureau (DSI) yesterday (18th March). The inauguration ceremony was hosted by the Secretary for Administration and Justice, Cheong Weng Chon and witnessed by the Chief of the Secretariat for Administration and Justice, Ng Chi Kin.

In Cheong Weng Chon’s speech, he mentioned that DSI serves every resident in Macao and acts as a good demonstration to other public departments in the aspect of administration management, department operations and public services. He expected that the new management will extend the good tradition and service spirit of DSI to the future, and get ready to face new challenges and solve problems with department heads and colleagues together for the aim of providing citizens with premium public services.

In the ceremony, Wong Pou Ieng and Chao Wai Ieng mentioned that they would do their utmost to unite DSI colleagues and retain DSI’s service spirit of “people-orientation, integrity and equity, honesty and courtesy, efficiency and premium quality” after taking up the position, so as to provide citizens with public services of higher quality and greater convenience.

Wong Pou Ieng earned her bachelor degree in Translation (Chinese and Portuguese) from the University of Macau, master degree in Management from the University of Zhongshan and master degree in Law from Macao University of Science and Technology. Wong Pou Ieng has very rich knowledge and experience in DSI’s operations and services. She entered DSI in 1998 and had taken up the position of Head of Division of Criminal Record and Head of Department of Residents Identification. Since March 2018, she had taken up the position of Deputy Director.

Chao Wai Ieng earned his bachelor degree in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) from the Taiwan University and bachelor degree in Law from the University of Macau. He entered the Commission Against Corruption of Macao in 2003 and had taken up the position of Chief Investigator, Senior Chief Investigator and Head of Department 2 of Investigation. Since 20th December 2019, he had taken up the position of Consultant of the Secretariat for Administration and Justice.

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