CCIC will continue and be supported by a CCIC Executive Committee that meets monthly to resolve inter-agency implementation issues and to track progress. For greater cohesion and to cover the scope of the Blueprint, the units will be reorganised and merged into one entity, assuming the name and legal charter of the existing Unit for the Socioeconomic Development of the Indian Community (SEDIC). This entity will be the main agency driving the delivery of the Malaysian Indian Blueprint.
The new SEDIC will comprise of four reorganised sub-units. The function of present-day SEDIC in funding various community-based programs will be absorbed across the four reorganised sub-units. Together with relevant Government policy-making ministries and implementation agencies, the sub-units will undertake and/or facilitate the initiatives recommended in this Blueprint as well as to make or propose course corrections where appropriate.
The CCIC and the CCIC Executive Committee will be supported by an external and independent communications and performance tracking functions that will report to the two committees.
To ensure close ties to active community stakeholders, a SEDIC consultative and advisory board will be established comprising leaders in civil society, research, commerce and social enterprise.