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Grand National Treasure Bureau has responsible to conserve, safekeeping and display of the Grand National Treasures such as regalia, royal decorations, ancient Thai money and coins, stamp and miscellaneous Grand National Treasures items to be in good condition. In Fiscal year 2016, Grand National Treasures Bureau developed acid free materials package to keep each valuable assets in proper temperature and moisture to protect any damage during the safekeeping process. This solution complies with the conservation valuable assets theory. Since 2012, the Bureau developed the controlling system by Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to follow the status and record assets movement data. In Fiscal year 2016, Grand National Treasures Bureau exceled the conservation KPI by overachieved the annual target as follows

  1. Grand National Treasures registration achieved the target of 2,765 pieces (FY 2016 target: 2,750 pieces)
  2. Grand National Treasures storage achieved the target of 3,965 pieces. (FY 2016 target: 3,950 pieces)
  3. Grand National Treasures conservation achieved the target of 1,243 pieces. (FY 2016 target: 700 pieces)
  4. King Rama the 5th stamp conservation achieved the target of 3,390 pieces. (FY 2016 target: 3,000 pieces)

Place Thai visitors Foreign visitors
National Treasury Bureau
and Mint
Coin Museum (Phase 1)
Banglamphu Museum
Treasury Pavillion Chiang mai

The Treasury Museum Songkhla
Total Visitors

Publication and Exhibition Section

The Treasury Department and the NCPO initiated the campaign "Returning the Happiness to Thai People”. This project provided the opportunity for people to visit the Pavilion of Regalia, Royal Decorations and Coins, Treasury Department Coin Museum and Pipit Banglamphu for free including Treasury Pavilion in Chiang Mai and Treasury Pavilion in Songkla. The total visitors are 1,000,373.

In fiscal year 2016, The Treasury Department curated many important exhibitions such as the exhibition at Pavilion of Regalia, Royal Decorations and Coins at the Grand Palace for 3 times: "Pra Su Rai: From Far East to the Golden Land Exhibition” (December 15, 2015 – February 29, 2016,); "Chakri Ceramic: the Relationship between Thai & Western” (March 21-30, 2016); and "PraBarameePokKloa– the Celebration on the Auspicious Occasion of Her Majesty the Queen’s 7th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 12th August 2016” (June 9 – September 30, 2016). The Treasury Department also held the exhibition at The Treasury Department Coin Museum for both permanent exhibition (Phase 1: History of Coins, Evolution of Thai currency, and International coins) and temporary exhibition (the 70th Anniversary of Follow the King footsteps” between June 10-30, 2016). The Treasury Department also held the National Children’s Day activities at 3 museums: The Royal Thai Mint.Pavilion of Regalia, Royal Decorations and Coins the Treasury Department Coin Museum and Pipit Banglamphu Moreover, The Treasury Department also set up the exhibition in central and regional provinces for 51 times. There were 32 times at schools and various institutions, 19 times per invitation. For example, s2016 Red Cross (at Bureau of Royal Household, SanamSaupa

(March 30–April 7, 2016) and 2016 Best Funds Awarding Ceremony of Comptroller General’s Department on July 11, 2016 at Impact Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi, which The Treasury Department won 2016 Best Performance and Best Financial Management, and Rak Chat Festivalat National Memorial, Prathum Thani (June 1–3, 2016) The Treasury Department participated in international coin exhibitions such as 2016 World Money Fair in Berlin, Germany (February 5–7, 2016), 2016 Singapore International Coin Fair (April 1–3, 2016) and 2016 Tokyo International Coin Convention ( April 29–May 1, 2016).

In addition, the Treasury Department held a special event related to cultural education and CSR activities at our museums Banglumphu Cultural Community Forum was held on July 27, 2016 at Pipit Banglamphu. The Treasury Department Coin Museum CSR activity for student and people with disabilities was held between August 9–16, 2016,

Presenting proceeds from the sales of the museum ticket and commemorative coins in special occasions to the Royal Family.
  1. Presenting the proceeds form the sales of the Pavilions of Regalia, Royal Decorations and Coins ticket to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn the amount of 1,500,000 Baht to contributed to Sai Jai Thai Foundation and the amount of 1,500,000 Baht as herroyal command on February 6, 2017 at 15.00 hrs. at Chitralada Palace.
  2. Presenting the commemorative coins in 6 occasions to His Majesty the King, Her Majesty the Queen, HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn and the member of the Royal Family.
  3. Presenting the commemorative coins with ribbon decorations in the Celebration on the Auspicious Occasion of Her Majesty the Queen’s 7th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 12th August 2016 to His Majesty the King, Her Majesty the Queen, HRH Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn and 14 members of the Royal Family.

Important projects plans in Fiscal year 2016

The Treasury Department Coin Museum (Phrase 2)

The Treasury Department completed work plan and installed the exhibitions systems such as electronic system, AV system. The Installation of the new displays in each room which are Coin and Thai society room, Before and After room, Knowledge of coins room, Special occasion coin room, International coin room, Activity room, Library and Miscellaneous room are in progress.

Renovation of the Treasury Pavilion Chiang Mai

The Treasury Department has a policy to renovate the Treasury Pavilion (BahnThippawan Building). The plan is to preserve its beautiful historic architecture, and renovate the building for expanding the exhibition halls and Learning center. The project has divided into 3 sub projects. There are Exhibitions room at the main building Multipurpose buildings construction project, and the Annex building construction. The renovation progress is on schedule.

Renovation of the Treasury Pavilion Songkla

The Treasury Department plans to expand the exhibition area and renovate the pavilion, so it can accommodate the increasing numbers of visitors. The expansion will allow the department to be able to display and educate to people more about cultures of the South. The renovation project begins in fiscal year 2017.

General Management
Inspector Office

Inspector is one of the most important procedure in government management that will help The Treasury Department and its units to reach their goals. Government department inspection is the method to control and supervise each department’s Director–General’s management by the Director– General of Inspector department.

The purpose of government inspection
  1. To inspect, follow, accelerate, and advise in every unit’s performance that they have been progressing successfully toward their goals. Their performances have to meet standard of unit’s policy, plan, and legal for the most efficient and benefit.
  2. Strengthen operations according to the principle of management. Inspect will coordinate with units to advise and help solving problems that may happen during the operations for the better performance. Inspection is not for catching mistakes but for supporting. The effective inspection will also help administrator to know situations and truth of the operations which will help them to adjust their performance, it also help to meet the policy of the Director-General.
  3. Tracking progress, problems, and evaluate the performance if I meets the performance indicators, which benefits to the Director-General to know the effects of work.
  4. Inspectors have to be good listeners, and have open mind to workers’ opinion, problems reporting, and workers needs.
  5. Investigating and seeking truths in situations of areas

In fiscal year 2016, the inspection office had inspecting 94 units of the Treasury department, which were 18 units in central and 76 units in region. The inspection designed to be 2 phrases.

Phrase 1 between December 2015 – February 2016

The inspectors informed and transferred important policies of government, Ministry of Finance, and The Treasury Department to all employees and all administrators. The inspectors also followed up each unit performance.

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National Treasury Bureau Chakrapong Road, Chana Songkhram, Phranakorn District, Bangkok 10200 Phone 0 2281 0345-51 , Fax 0 2281 0352 E-mail : bnt@treasury.go.th