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  • Government winds up reforming 8 pilot ministries, says Olexandr Saienko
    Information and Communication Department of the Secretariat of the CMU, posted 14 December 2018 12:40

    The process of reforming the first eight pilot ministries sees its final stage. Minister of the Cabinet of Ministers Olexandr Saienko stated this at a meeting of the Coordination Council on the issues of reforming public administration.

    According to the Minister, the target structures of pilot ministries were touched upon at the meeting and all aspects were coordinated with representatives of the ministries and experts.

    "The overriding task is to focus Ministries’ work on forming the policy and to deprive them of excess functions, such as the provision of administrative services, the implementation of state supervision and the management of state-owned objects," Olexandr Saienko added.

    Also during the meeting, the issue of updating the strategy for reforming the public administration was discussed on the basis of a comprehensive assessment of European partners from the SIGMA Project and its extension until 2021, taking into account the recommendations of the Accounting Chamber.

    Apart from that, according to the Minister, it is planned to complete the formation of new directorates within the structure of the ministries in January-February 2019, which means new vacancies in the civil service.