SIGMA has conducted baseline measurement reviews against the Principles of Public Administration in seven Enlargement countries and Moldova. The reports set baseline values for more than 100 indicators and provide the state of play of public administration reform in each country.
On 12 May 2016 SIGMA presented its Baseline Measurement Report against the Principles of Public Administration for Moldova, with analysis and recommendations, at a high-level event in Chisinau. The event was chaired by the Prime Minister of Moldova, with the participation of the EU Ambassador to Moldova and high-level representatives of the public administration.
This conference was held in Jordan on 10 May 2016. It presented The Principles of Public Administration: A Framework for ENP Countries. Participants from the European Neighbourhood East and South regions exchanged experience and ideas about the importance of strengthening their public administrations within a wider economic and social development agenda.
To support the dialogue on public administration reform in the countries neighbouring the EU, OECD/SIGMA is publishing The Principles of Public Administration: A Framework for ENP Countries. These Principles define what good governance entails in practice and have been developed for policy makers and practitioners who design and implement public administration reforms.
One year after the launch of the Principles of Public Administration, SIGMA held a high-level conference in Paris in December 2015 to discuss reform efforts in Western Balkan countries based on SIGMA's 2015 baseline measurement reports, with the participation of a number of ministers responsible for public administration and finance in the region.
SIGMA public administration reform (PAR) baseline measurement reports set the baseline for the Enlargement countries against the Principles of Public Administration, drawing on more than 100 indicators, and provide reform recommendations for the following 5 year period. Reform progress across all areas of PAR in each country will be monitored again in 2017.