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Wednesday, 24 February 2010

The new method of marz governor work evaluation to be improved


Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan called a consultative meeting to review marz governors’ performance for 2009. In attendance were members of government and marz governors. Emphasizing the importance of the meeting, Tigran Sargsyan said in particular: “This the first time we have been evaluating marz governors’ performance with the government-approved new methodology of complex assessment. I suggest that we should go through all the indicators and hear the comments of marz governors concerning first of all those performances below the nationwide average. Let us understand the reasons behind the recorded shortfalls.”

The ministers and marz governors concerned commented on the low grades received for poor performance in respective areas.

Tavush marz proved to have scored the highest grades. Tigran Sargsyan pointed out the gap between individual performances. The head of government stressed that the marz governors concerned should understand their failures so as to prevent them from recurring in 2010.

Vice-Prime Minister, Minister of Territorial Administration Armen Gevorgyan reported that notwithstanding the established benchmarks, it was difficult to assess the activities of marz governors in a number of areas. Therefore, the present methodology needs some improving. The Vice-Prime Minister noted that at this point the ministers and marz governors have a common understanding of the problem.

In conclusion, the Prime Minister emphasized: “It seems to be obvious that the current methodology needs upgrading. We will have to finalize the set of standards over the next 3 months so as to have them defined from the very outset. Based on this first attempt, the ministers will have to come up with proposals and recommendations to ensure that the new methodology is more accurate and comprehensible.”
 

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