An Incorporated Administrative Agency or in lay terms an Independent Administrative Corporation or Independent Administrative Institution (独立行政法人, Dokuritsu gyōsei hōjin, IAI) is a newly designed type of legal body for Japanese governmental organizations regulated by the Basic Law on Reforming Government Ministries of 1998. The IAIs are not under the National Government Organization Act that provides for Japanese Ministries and administrative organizations.
Originally proposed by the Administrative Reform Council, the IAI is created based on the concept of separating governmental ministries and agencies into planning functions and operation functions. Planning functions remain within government-based ministries and agencies while operating functions are transferred to IAIs.
Independent Administrative Institutions utilize management methods of private-sector corporations and are given considerable autonomy in their operations and how to use their budgets. In April 2001, the Japanese government first designated 59 bodies as IAIs, among which were many research institutes and some museums.
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... Independent Administrative Institution (IAI) National Museum ( the "National Museum") was the official name of the corporate entity created by the Japanese government in 2001 by merging three formerly independent ... assimilated organizational structure was brought about as a part of the national government's administrative reform program and the clear goal was to provide higher quality and better educational ... In 2005, a fourth institution was added—the Kyushu National Museum ...
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