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Wednesday, 7 September 2011

International Conference on Reforming the Civil Service and Modern Issues Kicks Off in Yerevan



Today the fifth “Profession in Perspective” annual two-day international conference, entitled “Civil Service Reforms: Goals and Results” launched at the RA Government Reception Hall, with the attendance of Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan. The Prime Minister on behalf of the Government welcomed the attendees of the event, which is aimed at reforming and modernizing the civil service system. According to the Head of the Government, RA Council of Civil Service is one of the most important state institutions in our country. “We have passed the complex and important stage of the structure’s development and our task is to modernize it, taking into account the international experience and modern methods. In the first stage of the structure we had a goal of defending the civil servant, to provide them with guarantees and protect from political influence. From the perspective of the professional competencies’ development, today we have a more important issue of providing the civil servants with promotion. In this regard, our task is also to define our requirements for them and to provide with competitive salaries,” the Prime Minister said.
The Executive Head stressed that the Government will closely follow the discussions held within the conference in order to contribute international experience and studies of mechanisms. Tigran Sargsyan assured the participants that the conclusions of the conference can raise the efficiency of our country’s management system.
The conference was organized by the Civil Service Council, with the financial and technical support of the OSCE, EU ‘Sigma’ Program and UN Development Program. The Civil Service management and organization leaders of the following 14 countries take part in the conference: Austria, Belgium, Canada, Estonia, India, Japan, Ireland, Lithuania, Moldova, Mongolia, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, and Ukraine.
The conference aims to discuss the main directions, objectives, expected results of the civil service reform in the participating countries, as well as to combine the experience of the already developed systems with those on the way.
 

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