When unveiling his Cabinet line-up list, Ismail had said his picks had 100 days to prove their ability to perform for the good of the people.
The countdown to the 100 days began on Sept 1 and the report cards should be due before Dec 10.
Already, a number of Cabinet members like health minister Khairy Jamaluddin and de facto law minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar have laid out their short-term targets for their ministries.
He said in a statement that this had been agreed to during the Cabinet meeting on Sept 10.
Ismail added that as of yesterday, all proposed “aspirations” from the various ministries have been finalised.
The performance of each minister will be based on the performance of their ministry, a leadership evaluation based on the effectiveness of their initiatives and an assessment of the public perception towards their office and departments under them.
Ismail added that initiatives pursued by each ministry for the first 100 days were based around six key points, namely restructuring the economy, ensuring national security, improving social welfare, improving overall infrastructure, promoting unity under the ‘Keluarga Malaysia’ model and improving the delivery of services.
“In this regard, the office of the chief secretary to the government, the Malaysian administrative modernisation and management planning unit (Mampu) and the Shared Prosperity delivery unit will act as joint coordinators to ensure planning, implementation, monitoring and improvement, so that every ‘Keluarga Malaysia’ aspiration from Cabinet members can be achieved.”