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Slovak Republic: Developing a Sustainable Strategic Framework for Public Administration Reform

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This report identifies the key elements needed for the development of a sustainable strategic framework for public administration reform, situating them in the Slovak Republic's administrative, cultural, legal and political context. The report is particularly timely, as it provides insight into the activities conducted by the Slovak Ministry of Interior and other Slovak authorities toward meeting the ex-ante conditions for EU structural and investment funds for 2014-2020.

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Foreword

This report is the third in a series of short thematic contributions under the OECD Public Governance Reviews programme, which provides countries with a diagnostic, actionable recommendations, capacity building and implementation support for key public governance issues. The series builds on practical advice and capacity-development activities provided by the OECD Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate to countries undertaking reforms aimed at strengthening the efficiency and effectiveness of their public administration. Along with the two other thematic reports in the series – The Public Sector Salary System in Slovenia (2012) and Poland: Developing Good Governance Indicators for Programmes Funded by the European Union (2013) – this report contributes to the development of a suite of hands-on approaches and methodologies that can prove particularly useful for countries developing and implementing practical actions towards improving the quality of the public administration.

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