Presentation on theme: "1 Developing Tools for Measuring Performance, the GfD Contribution Working Group on Civil Service and Integrity IV Regional Meeting École Nationale dAdministration."— Presentation transcript:
1 Developing Tools for Measuring Performance, the GfD Contribution Working Group on Civil Service and Integrity IV Regional Meeting École Nationale dAdministration Rabat, 4 April 2008 By Carlos Conde, programme coordinator. OECD-MENA Governance Programme
2 GfD II STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS Deepening regional dialogue and capacity building Enhancing reform at national level Measuring progress in reform Promoting sustainability (centers and networks)
3 MEASURING PUBLIC GOVERNANCE, WHY? Appropriate information reinforces government capacities –Helps decision making –Builds evaluation capacities Appropriate information is a tool for gaining support to reform –Visibility in front of international stakeholders –Visibility in front of internal stakeholders Appropriate information enriches regional dialogue –Lesson-learning and identification of good practices among Arab and OECD countries –Toolkit approach : what is available?
4 THE GfD APPROACH, CONDITIONS FOR SUCCESS Co-ownership –Bottom-up approach : answering to policy makers demand –A tool oriented to action (not to make judgements) Method and strategy –Jointly defined –Integrated in the Programme of Work Output –Periodical reviews + specialised publications –Some numbers + Qualitative (i. e. institutional frameworks) + Background information (i.e. country factsheets)
5 WHAT COULD BE THE NEXT STEPS? Mapping out the existing data Focus on a core set of the most relevant data Pilot-approach based on countries input –Task force for HRM –Task force for Integrity
6 INDICATING DIRECTION, YOUR INPUT What information and data are you already collecting? What are your needs in terms of collecting data and information for better policy-making? How can the GfD Initiative contribute to improve these data collection efforts?