Public sector reforms in Ukraine on the path of transformation by Alexander Sundakov

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  • Ukraine -- Politics and government -- 1991-

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StatementAlex Sundakov.
SeriesDiscussion papers / Local Government and Public Service Reform Initiative -- n.18
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Pagination47 p. ;
Number of Pages47
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Open LibraryOL18718086M

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Background and earlier reforms in the land sector (before ) Ukraine has some of the best endowments of land resources in Europe. Out of the total territory of 60 mn ha, mn ha (%) are agricultural land (see Figure 13) with some of the most fertile soils.

Another % of territory are forests and % are built-up areas. The main aim of public sector reform in Ukraine is the creation of structures as well as procedures, which would in turn assist the government in getting nearer to its goals.

The government in Ukraine lately introduced certain administrative reform as part of its drive to public sector reform in Ukraine. The following three empirical qualitative papers focus on change agents, their actions and interactions between them in three different public sector reforms’ cases in the context of Ukraine.

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Besides the Constitution of Ukraine, the legal framework governing the different aspects of local governance is virtually infinite. The following laws are particularly important: the Law of 21 May on Local Self-Governance in Ukraine, which entered into force on 12 June the Law of 9 April on Local Public/state Administration.

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A project to tackle graft and boost efficiency in the Ukrainian civil service has been launched, with backing from the European Union and World Bank. The project, which will focus on the reform of public administration and financial management systems, is being led by Ukraine’s State Agency for the Civil Service and its Ministry of [ ].

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Davis, Keith Crane, Andrew Radin, Celeste Gventer, Susanne Sondergaard, James T. Ukraine faces major financing needs to repay public debt and fiscal pressures from higher public sector wages and social benefits in and Mobilizing adequate international financing by completing pending reforms in the months ahead will be important to maintain macroeconomic stability.

Reforms in Ukraine have always been a priority for the European Union, which directs financial and technical support to the country and uses various incentives to encourage positive change.

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The book was published in conjunction with the 4th Ukraine Economy Week (UEW). UEW is a succession of the events organized by Kyiv School of Economics, held twice a.

Public financial management (PFM) systems are essential for the achievement of government policy and development objectives. This course explores the fundamentals of government reforms and the key issues and solutions across the PFM landscape.

Organisations and Law Enforcement Agencies of the State” with the aim to regularly inform the public on the activities of the Ukrainian Armed Forces (UAF) as well as the defence policy of the State and its challenges and solutions.

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The bill “On the Principles of Administrative and Territorial Structure of Ukraine” is one of the 17 priority bills that are expected to contribute to the decentralization reform in Ukraine. It 22/02/ One of the two successor entities resulting from the redesign of the National Reforms Council Project Management Office (NRC PMO) is the Reforms Delivery Office (RDO), an advisory body to the Cabinet of Ministers, coordinated by the Prime Minister and headed by the Minister of the Cabinet of RDO plays an essential role in the development, coordination and monitoring of the.

gauging the benchmarks and other details of the justice sector reform in Ukraine. Bearing in mind the differences between different public sector policy development and implementation models, including institution or sector-specific assessment, monitoring and evaluation frameworks,5 the PRM has been predominantly developed in accordance with.

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As all contemporary public sector policy instruments, Ukrainian Justice Sector Reform Strategy and the relevant Action Plan require and accordingly envisage. Ukraine’s public procurement sector has long been associated with corruption, with an estimated UAH 50 billion (US$2 billion) lost annually through shady deals and limited competition.

And yet, the country is considered a recommended model for e-procurement reform by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and won a prestigious.

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