For the first time in Ukraine, a large-scale survey on organizational culture in the civil service will be conducted, said Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Olexandr Saienko.
He reminded that the relevant Memorandum, which foresees, in particular, the implementation of the "Civil Service Feedback Loop" project for conducting a basic study of the civil service in Ukraine in order to continuously improve it, was signed in April 2018 at a meeting chaired by the Prime Minister Ukrainian Minister Volodymyr Groysman with the famous American philosopher, political scientist, professor at the Stanford Center on Democracy, Development and Rule of Law Francis Fukuyama.
"It is important for us to get feedback from civil servants. This poll will be completely anonymous, and for the first time civil servants will be able to freely express their proposals, outline the problems and suggest ways to solve them. As a result, due to the analysis of the survey, we will receive useful recommendations to increase the attractiveness of government authorities as employers and improve the efficiency of the civil service in general", said Olexandr Saienko.
In total, 4.2 thousand civil servants from 13 ministries of Ukraine will take part in the survey.
"The new civil service should become truly new in quality and meet the best world standards. I express gratitude for cooperation to our partners and invite to prolong our work", summed up the Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
The Civil Service Feedback Loop initiative is a joint project of the Professional Government Association (PGA), the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (SCMU), the Center for Democracy, Development and Rule of Law of Stanford University (CDDRL) and the Kyiv School of Economics (KSE).