• 19-March-1998

    Ukrainian, PDF, 3,859kb

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

    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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  • 13-March-1998

    Ukrainian, PDF, 1,980kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 18: Law Drafting and Regulatory Management in Central and Eastern Europe (1998, Ukrainian)

    This publication is made up of a general report, six country reports and several appendices, such as relevant regulations and the OECD checklist for regulatory decision–making. The general report on law drafting and regulatory management is designed as a hands-on tool for policymakers and law drafting personnel.

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  • 13-February-1998

    Ukrainian, PDF, 312kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 22: Management Challenges at the Centre of Government: Coalition Situations and Government Transitions (1998, Ukrainian)

    This report contains the papers submitted at the meeting of senior officials from centres of government in February 1997. The meeting was the second of its kind. In line with what the OECD countries have been doing on a regular basis for the past twelve or so years, SIGMA organises regular exchanges of information, experience and opinions at this level between the countries of Central and Eastern Europe.

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  • 7-October-1997

    Ukrainian, PDF, 11,501kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 17: Administrative Procedures and the Supervision of Administration in Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Estonia and Albania (1997, Ukrainian)

    This report provides comparative information on administrative law and administrative supervision in central and eastern European countries, and to highlight certain relationships with developments in these areas in Western Europe. Although each country has its own history and traditions in approaching these matters, there is at the same time emerging a common and widely accepted model of how they should be managed in democratic states.

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  • 5-July-1997

    Ukrainian, PDF, 678kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 16: Public Service Training Systems in OECD Countries (1997, Ukrainian)

    This short paper is meant to point out the determining components of training systems, and advantages and disadvantages of possible solutions as they were developed in OECD countries, in order to assist countries in central and eastern Europe to set up a sound training system, while avoiding mistakes already experienced in OECD countries.

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  • 5-July-1997

    Ukrainian, PDF, 3,937kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 21: Promoting Performance and Professionalism in the Public Service (1997, Ukrainian)

    This report is on human resources management practices in the public administrations of four central and eastern European countries: Albania, Estonia, Hungary and Poland. It is based on information from 1996, and its focus is on public personnel management systems, management procedures and management practices and how they either support or hinder professionalism and appropriate conduct.

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  • 6-February-1996

    Ukrainian, PDF, 350kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 5: Civil Service Legislation Contents Checklist (1996, Ukrainian)

    This publication has been used as the basic framework for many SIGMA reviews of draft civil service legislation in Central and Eastern European countries. Yet the Checklist stands by itself as a practical document defining a professional, impartial and permanent civil service in legal terms.

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