• 27-May-2013

    Serbian, PDF, 455kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 3: Training Civil Servants for Internationalisation (1996, BSC)

    The training of public servants to prepare for EU-accession was chosen as the case for a 1995 SIGMA seminar on "Training for Internationalisation" in order to expose Central and Eastern European countries to general and specific training needs as they prepare to meet their obligations under the Europe Agreements. This publication contains those papers presented at the seminar.

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  • 27-May-2013

    Serbian, PDF, 241kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 1: Top Management Service in Central Government (1995, BSC)

    This publication aims to provide practical input to countries which are conducting the necessary analyses and preparing decisions. Indeed, development of a top management service is a task which must be undertaken in countries choosing to adopt such a service, taking into account national objectives and preconditions.

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  • 30-April-2013

    Serbian, PDF, 515kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 45: Public Procurement in EU Member States (2010, BSC)

    This paper provides the reader with an overview of different national policies, rules and procedures and presents common features and patterns in the regulatory approach of the countries covered.

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  • 30-April-2013

    Serbian, PDF, 994kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 44: Sustainability of Civil Service Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe Five Years After EU Accession (2009, BSC)

    This paper examines the fate of civil service reforms that Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries undertook to prepare themselves for the EU accession that took place in May 2004 (5th EU enlargement).

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  • 30-April-2013

    Serbian, PDF, 998kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 42: Regulatory Management Capacities of Member States of the EU that Joined the Union on 1 May 2004 (2007, BSC)

    The European Commission requested SIGMA to carry out a study on the regulatory management capacities of the ten countries that joined the EU on 1 May 2004 to learn more about their Better Regulation practices, exchange good practices and make suggestions for further improvements.

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  • 30-April-2013

    Serbian, PDF, 912kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 41: Public Procurement Review and Remedies Systems in the European Union (2007, BSC)

    This study provides a comparative analysis of the public procurement review and remedies systems of Member States. Twenty-four separate overviews of public procurement systems in the 24 participating Member States were produced.

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  • 30-April-2013

    Serbian, PDF, 736kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 40: Central Public Procurement Structures and Capacity in Member States of the European Union (2007, BSC)

    This study provides an analysis of the functions, structures and capacity of the central public procurement bodies of Member States. Twenty-two separate overviews of public procurement systems in the 22 participating Member States were produced on the basis of national responses to a detailed questionnaire.

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  • 30-April-2013

    Serbian, PDF, 461kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 36: Conflict of Interest Policies and Practices in Nine EU Member States (2005, BSC)

    This paper provides descriptive data and an analytical overview of approaches to managing conflicts of interest in the public sector of nine European countries, and was prepared by SIGMA upon the request of the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic, to serve as a basic comparative working document for the preparation of new regulation on conflict of interest.

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  • 30-April-2013

    Serbian, PDF, 854kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 34: Achieving High Quality in the Work of Supreme Audit Institutions (2004, BSC)

    This paper focuses primarily on the issue of how to achieve high quality in the audit process. In addition to describing the types of procedures needed to achieve quality, however, it discusses basic principles and those matters of institutional management that create an environment that encourages high quality in an supreme audit institution’s work.

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