• 28-May-2019

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    Methodological Framework for the Principles of Public Administration May 2019

    This methodological framework defines the indicators included in the monitoring framework and it complements the monitoring reports 2019.

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  • 28-May-2019

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    Baseline Measurement Report Armenia 2019

    This first Armenia Baseline Measurement Report which focuses on six key public administration areas is based on the methodology and indicators developed for the European Neighbourhood countries. Whilst it covers the main developments in the period January 2017 to December 2018, its findings are intended to help the Government of Armenia plan and implement further reforms in key areas of public administration.

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  • 4-October-2018

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    Toolkit for the preparation, implementation, monitoring, reporting and evaluation of public administration reform and sector strategies: Guidance for SIGMA partners (SIGMA Paper No.57, October 2018)

    The Strategy Toolkit provides an insight into the concepts and practical aspects of the development and implementation of PAR strategies and proposes tools, templates and examples for practitioners.

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  • 30-May-2017

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    Principles of Public Administration for EU candidate countries and potential candidates (SIGMA 2017)

    The Principles define what good governance entails in practice and outline the main requirements that countries should follow during the European integration process. They also feature a monitoring framework, enabling regular analysis of progress in applying the Principles and setting country benchmarks.

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  • 17-February-2017

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    Functioning of the Centres of Government in the Western Balkans (SIGMA Paper No. 53, February 2017)

    This comparative analysis takes stock of the organisational set up, regulatory framework, and the practices of the key centre of government functions in the Western Balkans, highlighting similarities and differences, and it also gives examples from some EU Member States.

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  • 9-May-2016

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    Principles of Public Administration for European Neighbourhood Policy countries (SIGMA 2016)

    These Principles are aimed at developing a shared understanding of what public administration reform entails and what countries could aim for with their administrative reforms, whether through comprehensive public administration reform (PAR) programmes or only in one of the core areas of PAR.

  • 18-November-2014

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    Principles of Public Administration for EU Enlargement countries (SIGMA 2014)

    Principles of Public Administration provide a detailed definition of good public administration that the Western Balkan countries and Turkey should be aiming for as European Union Accession countries. These principles supplement the European Commission Enlargement package, which defined public administration reform as a pillar of the enlargement process.

  • 13-March-2014

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    Preparing Public Administrations for the European Administrative Space (SIGMA Paper No. 23, 1998)

    This report contains the background papers presented at a multi-country meeting on European integration and administrative reform organised in 1997 for senior government officials from twelve central and eastern European countries. It also includes an inventory of how candidate countries plan to manage European integration — as well as ten points which emerged during the panel discussions of senior negotiators.

  • 13-March-2014

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    Public Opinion Surveys as Input to Administrative Reform (SIGMA Paper No. 25, 1998)

    This report examines the use of public opinion surveys as tools to advance administrative reforms in western European countries and central and eastern European countries. The aim is to demonstrate to central and eastern European governments and civil servants the utility of public opinion surveys before, during and after reforms in their countries and to encourage their systematic use.

  • 13-March-2014

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    Sustainable Institutions for European Union Membership (SIGMA Paper No. 26, 1999)

    This paper lays out basic principles, tools and issues for building institutions. The target audience includes all those involved in Institution Building within candidate countries, EU Member States, the European Commission and the aid community. The paper highlights the issues associated with building effective institutions while providing concrete examples of how Member States and candidate countries have responded to such challenges.

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