Presentation on theme: "HRWG + IPSG meeting in Dublin 5 April 2013 Lithuanian Presidency – EUPAN."— Presentation transcript:
HRWG + IPSG meeting in Dublin 5 April 2013 Lithuanian Presidency – EUPAN
Medium Term Priorities (MTP): Theme 1: A fit to purpose Public Administration (Resilient PA) Theme 2: Role of HR in shaping Public Administration (Professional PA) Theme 3: Connecting to the citizen (Responsive PA) Delivering a more resilient, professional and responsive Public Administration to the citizen
Theme 1: FIT FOR PURPOSE PUBLIC ADMINISTARTION (resilience) Implementation, monitoring and evaluation of reform in Public Administrations: What are the main PA development tendencies in MS? What are the reasons for PA development and reforms? Can we reach visible results? How do we monitor PA changes? What mechanisms /systems are used for PA monitoring in MS? Whether they contribute to better results of public sector? Quality development initiatives: 7th European Quality Conference: Towards Responsible Public Administration Common Assessment Framework (CAF) activities.
Theme 2: ROLE OF HR IN SHAPING PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (professional) Staff engagement in times of change – motivation (continuity of the survey started by Irish Presidency) Role of non monetary rewards in PA What kind of reforms are being made in MS to improve the motivation framework? How is motivation framework in PA linked to the staff engagement in times of change? Which incentive schemes of non monetary rewards are the most applicable and needed for civil servants in MS? Actions to improve efficiency in professional HR What changes during the last years were made in selection /recruitment system in MS? What are the reasons /priorities for the implementation of these reforms? How to evaluate the progress of the reforms? How are the reforms in selection of HR staff linked to the efficiency of PA?
Theme 3: CONNECTING TO THE CITIZEN (responsive) Transparent and Open Public Administration: What are the best examples in MS of openness and transparency of PA? Which e-government initiatives are /should be on top of the agenda of MS? How does, and how will, social media facilitate greater openness and transparency in the work of PAs? Interconnectivity of public administrations: how does it contribute to the PA effectiveness? The year of the citizen: do we know citizens needs and expectations? What are the challenges for public administrations to meet them?
OTHER ISSUES: TUNED: An apportunity will be given for TUNED representatives during Lithuanian presidency. Precise topics will be considered during the discussion with TUNED before the Troika Secretariat Meeting in September. WORK METHODS: A discussion paper: short note and key questions for each subthemes. Living paper – will define the outcomes of the meetings and feedback on the presentations. Short presentations of a number of national cases, which will illustrate aspects of each subtheme. Requests (questionnaires) for the surveys.