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  • Government starts assessment of the effectiveness of the state secretaries and leadership of CEB
    Service of Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, posted 24 October 2018 14:21

    The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine at the meeting on October 24, approved a decree on conducting an assessment of the effectiveness of public servants who hold positions of civil service of category A and are appointed to office and dismissed upon the  government decision, said Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Oleksandr Saienko.

     According to him, in November, for the first time there will be held an evaluation of the effectiveness  of the  results of the work of the  group that encapsulates position of State Secretary of the Cabinet of Ministers, Deputy State Secretaries, State Secretaries of Ministries, leadership of the central executive bodies and their deputies.

    "In April of this year, the Government approved the typical tasks and key performance indicators of public servants who hold the positions of heads of central executive bodies (CEB). Now is the time to draw up conclusions, to finalize the reports and to prepare for the evaluation interviews ", Oleksandr Saienko underscored.

    In particular, he added that the evaluation should be conducted by taking into account the implementation of the Government Priority Action Plan for 2018. The results of the evaluation will be submitted to the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

    "The modern public administration  system is, first and foremost, effective public service that is committed to the process not to the result. That is why the introduction of evaluation and specific KPI which are in line with to real goals is important result of the public administration reform", the Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers summed up.

    Background

    In early October 2018, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved new requirements for civil service positions of category "A".

    Among new innovations: knowledge of the official languages of the Council of Europe and higher requirements for competences: change management, effective decision-making, leadership, communication and interaction, ability to handle stress, commitment to results, effective management, human resources development and work with the information.