Institute for Financial and Economic Monitoring
Ru / En

Civil Service Reform. Administrative Reform II

Title Civil Service Reform. Administrative Reform II
Client The European Comission (TACIS)
Participants Federal state bodies:
  • The Presidential Executive Office
  • The Government Executive Office
  • Central Office of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
  • Central Office of the Council of Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
  • Office of Ombudsman - Commissioner for Human Rights of the Russian Federation
  • The Executive Office of the Supreme Commercial Court of the Russian Federation
  • Ministry of Interior of the Russian Federation
  • Ministry of Healthcare and Social Development of the Russian Federation
  • Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation
  • Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation
  • Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation
  • Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of the Russian Federation
  • Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation
  • Federal Tax Service of the Russian Federation
Subjects of the Russian Federation:
  • The Chuvash Republic
  • The Astrakhan Region
  • The Volgograd Region
  • The Moscow Region
  • The Novgorod Region
  • The Tver Region
Brief description The Project objective is to support comprehensive public administration reform in Russia and contribute to the creation of a merit-based, professional, accountable and ethical civil service by assisting the Presidential Administration and other key stakeholders in improving civil service policy and management and developing programmes for the (re-) training of civil servants.
Results
  1. Development of regulatory legal acts
  2. Drafting methodology for developing an HR policy for the Russian civil service
  3. Recommendations to strengthen HRM in state executive bodies
  4. Models, guidelines and draft regulations for implementing civil service reform
  5. Training of 500 federal and regional civil servants
  6. Material for 5 training modules
  7. (Re-) training of 100 federal and regional trainers
  8. Distance learning approaches and techniques
  9. 12 one-week study tours for 120 senior civil servants and local experts
  10. Pilot applications in ministries& regions
Publications

Civil Service Reform in the Russian Federation


Back to the list