• 4-May-2017

    Polish, PDF, 1,694kb

    Principles of Public Administration for EU Enlargement Countries (SIGMA 2014, Polish)

    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.

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  • 27-May-2013

    Polish, PDF, 16,752kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 4: Management Control in Modern Government Administration (1996, Polish)

    This publication focuses on the control mechanisms and procedures that need to be built into an organisation’s systems in order to provide reasonable assurance that top management’s objectives will be met, rather than on the design and application of management information systems, which, we believe, are generally well understood in Central and Eastern European countries (CEECs).

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  • 1-May-2002

    Polish, Excel, 682kb

    Governance for Sustainable Development: Five OECD Case Studies (Overview, OECD/GOV, 2002, Polish)

    Polish version of Governance for Sustainable Development

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  • 1-May-2001

    Polish, PDF, 15,159kb

    Government of the Future (Policy Brief No. 9, OECD/GOV, 2001, Polish)

    Polish version of Government of the Future

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  • 19-November-1999

    Polish, PDF, 244kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 27: European Principles for Public Administration (1999, Polish)

    This paper attempts to identify the standards to which EU candidate countries are expected to conform in order to align their public administrations with those of EU Member States. Originating from SIGMA’s work on public administration reform in central and eastern European countries, it describes an important part of the basis of the SIGMA methodology for assessing candidate countries’ public administration capacities.

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  • 26-May-1998

    Polish, PDF, 365kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 24: Central Bank Audit Practices (1998, Polish)

    The study provides a basis for further discussion between decision-makers and practitioners on how the audit regime could be developed to ensure good governance of central banks. It originates from a discussion on important audit issues which was arranged by the European Court of Auditors together with the presidents of supreme audit institutions (SAIs) of central and eastern European countries in 1996.

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  • 20-March-1998

    Polish, PDF, 931kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 20: Effects of European Union Accession: Part II External Audit (1998, Polish)

    This report draws on the separate country papers which describe in more detail the different experiences of selected national State audit institutions in their co-operation with the Commission’s services and the European Court of Auditors (ECA). The present publication complements SIGMA Paper No. 19 on the impact of accession on budgeting and financial control.

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  • 19-March-1998

    Polish, PDF, 1,123kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 19: Effects of European Union Accession: Part I Budgeting and Financial Control (1998, Polish)

    This report draws on the separate country papers which describe in more detail the different experiences of selected national State audit institutions in their co-operation with the Commission’s services and the European Court of Auditors (ECA). The present publication complements SIGMA Paper No. 20 on the impact of accession on external audit.

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