3 Topics and Information on the 7th Annual Public Administration Reform Symposium will be made available later in the year. To learn more the work ICPS does in Public Administration Reform please read the overview below on the 2012 symposium.
Reforming Public Administration and improving performance in the civil service and public sectors are perennial issues in every country in the world but are particularly pressing as the problems of privatisation call for a need to reassess current models. Now is the time to consider how new ideas could allow administrations to adapt for the future, creating greater efficiency, creativity and accountability within public offices.
The International Centre for Parliamentary Studies is proud to be hosting its 6th Annual International Public Administration Reform Symposium in December 2012.
The theme of this year’s event is “Models for Improving Performance and Productivity”.
The discussions will focus on a range of both new and tested models for improving performance in the reform of public administrations, looking at innovative approaches and examining models, such as cooperatives and mutuals, which have been tried in various different countries with the benefits of hindsight.
As always, there will be a wide range of speakers and many opportunities for delegates to network, relax, discuss, listen and put forward their own views and experiences for others to hear and to learn from over the two days of the event.
Listen to and discuss issues with internationally renowned experts in the field of different models of delivering public services and reforming public administration.
The Symposium provides an invaluable opportunity to share best practice and network with speakers, practitioners and policymakers alike from across the world. Over 3½ hours of networking time is scheduled into the programme in order to support the exchange of ideas and encourage delegates to engage in thought-provoking topical debate. The Symposium will also incorporate a cocktail reception to facilitate further informal discussion and networking
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