PAP Policy Forum
The PAP Policy Forum (PPF) was set up in 2004. Its aim is to giving rank-and-file members of the PAP a platform to engage government leaders on policy issues, thus closing up the gap between the members and the policy-making process. As the third pillar of the party (the other two being Young PAP and Women's Wing), the PPF serves as a platform to strengthen the openness and trust between the party members and its leaders.
Each of the party's 87 branches elects two members to the forum. In addition, there are 10 members each from the Women's Wing and the Young PAP.
The PPF assists in enhancing the understanding of policies and the policy making process.