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28 January, 2015 09:38

Public service improvement discussed in Astana

An enlarged meeting on public service improvement under chairmanship of Kairat Kozhamzharov took place in the Agency for Civil Service Affairs and Fighting Corruption in Astana.
Public service improvement discussed in Astana | Strategy2050.kz

The meeting worked out further public service improvement measures, providing for quality of public services, the implementation of disciplinary control.

Test procedure modernization, civil servants’ training and progress were in the focus as well. In conclusion, Public service development Plan was designed, according to the authority.

It worth nothing, one of measures will be a development of profile of professional and personal qualities of a public servant.

The plan also includes measures to increase the competitive selection transparency, the revised thresholds testing approach reconsideration, formation of corps "B" personnel reserve on the target groups (with or without experience of work).

By the way single vacancy portal for all public bodies and regions will be created. Improving of the educational process in the Academy on practical issues of public service was also in the focus.

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