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The study aimed: 1) to develop the performance appraisal system for the government employees used purposive sampling consisting of 14 government officials and government employees. The instrument was the evaluation to examine the quality of the appraisal system and its instruction. The data were analyzed with , 2) to analyze the results of the performance appraisal system for the government employees used purposive sampling consisting of 30 government employees. The instrument was the evaluation of the performance appraisal system and its instruction. The data were analyzed with Mann-Whitney U test, and 3) to evaluate the performance appraisal system for the government employees used purposive sampling consisting of 225 government official and government employees. The instrument is the evaluation of the appraisal system. The data were analyzed with and S.D. The findings were: 1) the performance appraisal system contained the input and output, process, and feedbacks; 2) the performance appraisal system showed a concurrent validity; and 3) the satisfaction with the performance appraisal system and the quality of the performance appraisal system were at the high level.
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