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Showcasing and Rewarding European Public Excellence © Excellence in der öffentlichen Verwaltung. Schweizer Qualitätswettbewerb 2010 Bern – Switzerland (CH), 26 November 2010 The EPSA - Lessons learned and a taste of the future Alexander Heichlinger EIPA Expert & Head of European Public Sector Award (EPSA) European Institute of Public Administration - EIPA Barcelona
© The European Public sector award... More than just and award! The EPSA brings together the best, most innovative and efficient performers from the European public sector. By highlighting exemplary models of innovative public performance, the award will serve as a catalyst for continued progress in addressing Europes most pressing concerns. Vision: To create an arena in which Europes public sector institutions can excel and become an exemplar for the rest of the world.
© The EPSA 2009– Institutional & cofinancing partners EU Commission Bulgaria Denmark Germany Spain Italy Cyprus Lithuania Luxembourg Hungary Netherlands Austria Poland Romania Sweden Switzerland IIAS Powered by: Private Sponsors: Supported by:
© THEME 1 Performance Improvement in Public Service Delivery THEME 3 New Forms of Partnership Working Mr Tore Chr. Malterud (NO) EIPA Maastricht Mr Michael Burnett (UK) EIPA Maastricht, in co-leadership with Mr Alexander Heichlinger (AT) EIPA Antenna Barcelona The Four EPSA 2009 Themes THEME 2 Citizen Involvement THEME 4 Leadership & Management for Change Ms Herma Kuperus (NL) EIPA Maastricht Mr Tony Bass (IRL) EIPA Maastricht
© Austria 27 Belgium24 Bulgaria 8 Cyprus 7 Czech Republic 1 Denmark 1 Estonia 1 Finland6 France 7 Norway 2 Poland 21 Portugal 4 Romania 45 Serbia 1 Spain 32 Sweden 4 Switzerland 2 United Kingdom 6 Pan-European 3 TOTAL 304 Applications per Country (incl. non-eligible applications) Germany 25 Greece 4 Hungary5 Ireland 2 Italy 37 Lithuania14 Luxembourg 3 Moldova1 Netherlands 11
© The EPSA 2009 Results – In Detail
© The EPSA 2009 Evaluation and Validation Process STEP 1: Individual online evaluation by each evaluator, in isolation and remotely based. Each project has been evaluated by three evaluators (triple evaluation). Period: April 2009 STEP 2: Consensus meeting to reach a commonly agreed list of ranked projects per theme – the best practice certificate recipients; and to agree on 28 projects to be verified during on-site visits. Period: May 2009 STEP 3: On-site validation visits to 28 short-listed projects for verification. Period: 15 June-2 July 2009 STEP 4: Jury meeting to select and decide on the four EPSA winners per theme. Date: 7 July 2009 The EPSA 2009 team provided a provisional ranking list based on the total and mean scores reached during online evaluation and consensus meeting.
© The EPSA 2009 Winners THEME 1 Performance Improvement in Public Service Delivery e-Bourgogne (France ) THEME 2 Citizen Involvement Cologne Participatory Budget (Germany) THEME 3 New Forms of Partnership Working Oldham Local Strategic Partnership (United Kingdom) THEME 4 Leadership & Management for Change Sant Cugat City Hall Project (Spain)
© The EPSA 2009 Publications EPSA 2009 Project Catalogue EPSA 2009 Research Report
© THEME 1 (Key messages and recommendations): Performance Improvement in Public Service Delivery 1.Increasing trend of ICT as a tool for performance improvement of public administrations – Important to be aware of the risks of exclusivity, possible risks to privacy and its costs 2.Online-based integrated services of front offices, especially for cross-cutting issues (e.g. change of residence, birth, enterprise creation) 3.Interest shift from back offices to front offices and adoption of a stronger citizen-focus and concentration on citizens needs
© Registrating infants or moving was a burdensome activity for citizens in view of the administrative steps required In November 2004, the Department for Citizens Proceedings of the City of Graz started its restructuring process with one of the main focuses on the Life Stage Birth (Lebenslage Geburt) Project enables parents to deal with all administrative procedures directly during postnatal period at the hospital (one-stop-shop proceeding for four different registration services) The service is offered at all large obstetric clinics in Graz and will be expanded towards private hospitals (Sanatoriums) Baby-Document-Service by the City of Graz (AT)
© Excellent innovative way for introducing common sense simplification in service delivery, very professionally planned and managed. Public concern is highly considered within the context of modernising the public administration and increasing the citizens degree of trust in public services. High significance because high customer orientation of the project fosters a better level of trust in local government working. Strengths of the Project I
© Highly transferable, because the project provides the potential for successful replication by other governments. It stimulates improvement in its application and provides mutual learning perspectives. Excellent learning capacity because the project introduces a new perspective based in value and commitment. No increase in budget, but increase in demands from federal government. The project ensures operation under the conditions of limited sources Strengths of the Project II
© THEME 2 (Key messages and recommendations): Citizen Involvement 1.Leadership and dedication are vital. 2.Partnerships granting collective support is crucial. 3.Managing to create a balance of ownership is compulsory. 4.Web 2.0 and other ICT tools are important but risk exclusivity. 5.Citizen involvement has most successfully been used in fields of urban and spatial planning, environmental issues and youth affairs but methods and tools could be highly transferable in other sectors. 6.Moving from local to national level will be a challenge.
© 2008 pilot project to introduce e-Participation in the City of Cologne Goals: Providing understandable and comprehensive information about the budget Raising awareness among the population about the complex topic Enriching budget consultancies by additional input from the citizens (suggestions, opinions, expectations) Enhancing the transparency on budget related matters Establishing an improved communication between the administration and the citizens Cologne Participatory Budget (DE)
© Cologne Participatory Budget (DE) For four weeks the citizens of Cologne had the opportunity to participate in planning the budget by submitting proposals, comments and assessments in three fields: roads, lanes and public squares, public green spaces and sports; Registered participants Submitted Proposals4 973 Comments9 184 Assessments (votes for and against)
© Highly innovative project (combination of different ICT solutions to increase citizen involvement). No doubt, participatory democracy, transparency and accountability are of public concern. The introduction of participatory democracy and transparency in the field is not only important but necessary. In the preparation of the budget the citizens have a great need for information. The internet platform was thus hugely significant. The impact of the project lies in citizen involvement. The project generated a lot of discussion, but also proposals, ideas and corrections. Strengths I
© The lessons learned are regarded as highly transferable. In terms of the involvement and satisfaction of citizens in the process, strong involvement has been demonstrated. In the category of balance between process efficiency and governmental effectiveness, all stakeholders seem to have been duly consulted in the policy-making process, which is important for governmental effectiveness. The procedure was well received by both the administration and the public. An evaluation of cost versus benefits of new approaches vis-à-vis traditional methods and processes has shown that the project has brought benefits to all stakeholders in a cost- efficient way. Strengths II
© THEME 3 (Key messages and recommendations): New Forms of Partnership Working 1.Political and senior level support for partnerships is important, but they work better when they are primarily driven by enthusiasm. 2.Clarity of objectives for the formation of the partnership is a key driver of the likelihood of the success of a partnership. 3.Joint decision making is a strong indicator of an effective partnership. 4.If a partnership is worth undertaking, it is worth supporting with resources. 5.Effective partnerships also show agility in response to emerging issues. 6.Importance of data integrity and security.
© Knowledge shortage of highly educated workers and need for alteration of learning and working periods in a persons career The project directorate Learning and Working has developed a method to successfully translate EU- and national-level goals with regard to adult learning into concrete local-level actions. Stimulating and facilitating regional cooperation between local and regional governments, public employment services, educational institutions, employers and employees is at the heart of the project Key values: regional cooperation, sustainability and concrete action Stimulating and facilitating regional partnerships for adult learning – Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (NL)
© Additionally, an internet portal and a communication campaign were part of the implementation of the project Results: The number of partnerships has steadily grown, consisting of organisations from four broad categories: employers, education providers, local governments and public employment services Comparison of quantitative objectives and achieved results: Stimulating and facilitating regional partnerships for adult learning (NL) ObjectivesReal Outcome Regional partnerships 1044 Learning programmes Accreditation of Prior Learning Procedure (APL) started + agreements for Contact desks4N.A.
© Public concern for this project is high because this program is fully in line with the Lisbon agenda and the objective to establish a truly knowledge-based economy. With regard to the significance/relevance of the project, all the relevant and major actors at both central government level and in the field (employers and employees, education providers, local authorities, public employment and social security national agencies) are brought together. The project demonstrates a very high impact on the training level. There is evidence that the project has both met its internal objectives and also enabled positive outcomes for citizens and employers. Strengths I
© The project is regarded as fully transferable, which could be proven in a cross-border project with North Rhine- Westphalia. Moreover, the issues being addressed are common across the Netherlands and wider across Europe. In terms of the appropriateness of partner selection process, the freedom of local decision making is positive but it can create regional quality discrepancies. However, the success of the project to date indicates that the right partners are involved. The project is an example of effective governance arrangements, as the project seems to have been able to sustain itself even when there have been changes in national governance arrangements and policy requirements Strengths II
© THEME 4 (Key messages and recommendations): Leadership & Management for Change 1.Some approaches were not new for everybody but for a specific group of countries, due to different background. 2.Leadership is a part of the change process. 3.Stakeholders involvement is very important but often not all groups were included. 4.In the case of nominees public concern is directly related to the organisational reform. Most of the other focus on internal change. 5.Several projects can show real measured change. 6.Many of the methods and tools used are transferable but have to be adjusted to specific culture & characteristics.
© Czech public administration was long marked by a high employee turnover, high personnel costs and dissatisfaction of target groups With the creation of the Regional Council of the Moravia Silesia Cohesion Region to administer EU funds in 2006, a different approach was chosen as the majority of the employees were people from the business sector the Regional Councils team decided to incorporate planning methods from the business sector in their public administration. Inspired by Business – Regional Council of Moravia Silesia (CZ)
© The success and efficiency of the RC represents a range of new approaches at all levels of the organisation, from top management and corporate strategy to innovative customised IT tools The organisation has also adopted a pro-client, customer- oriented approach, which is unique for public administration in the Czech Republic. Inspired by Business (CZ)
© Even though there are other examples of such kind of projects, there are 2 considerable innovative aspects: Custom-oriented approach, even a special unit that is responsible for customer issues Organisational structure, created to support corporate objectives (process owners, functional strategies) The project has a very high learning capacity and transferability, because it is a good example of how to use strategic planning in public organisation and how to measure results. The development process and the management procedures of the organisation were mainly designed by the employees, which illustrates a high employees acceptance. Strengths I
© EPSA 2011 in the starting blocks...
© EPSA 2011: Current partners Luxembourg The Netherlands Poland Spain Switzerland EU Commission Austria Cyprus Germany Hungary Italy
© EPSA 2011 Road-map September Commencement of EPSA November 1st Steering Committee Meeting January to 18 March (tbc) Call for online applications open 14 January (tbc) Official launch of EPSA 2011 in Brussels May to September Multi-step evaluation and selection process October Preparatory workshop for nominees/finalists November Award ceremony in Maastricht
© The EPSA 2011 Themes Theme I Financial/Crisis theme Service Provision Shared Services Innovation/ Performance/ Productivity Administrative Capacity Building Theme II Collaborative Government/ Partnership/ Cooperation Open government/ transparency/ Open communication and data Cooperation with civil servants and citizens Public-Private Partnerships Culture/ Image in Public sector Theme III Environment Waste Policy Environmental protection Landscape Preservation Energy Reduction Awareness Building on environmental Issues Risk Management
© Contact Details tel.: +31 (0) website: Alexander Heichlinger (AT), EIPA Expert & Manager EPSA 2011 Claude Rongione (IT), Information Officer EPSA 2011 Esther Haenen (NL), Programme Organiser EPSA 2011 Julia Bosse (DE), Assistant
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