The overall objective of the project is to enhance the institutional and human resource capacity of the central and local public administrations to elaborate and implement evidence-based policy and to ensure the efficient and effective delivery of high quality administrative services in line with the European Principles of Public Administration.
The purposes of the project are:
- To contribute to the horizontal Public Administration Reform process in Moldova in order to improve policy development process of the Government of the Republic of Moldova.
- To build the administrative capacity and operational coordination of the three main institutions within the Centre of Government: State Chancellery as policy coordinator, Ministry of Finance as budgetary authority and Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration as coordinator of the monitoring of the Association Agreement.
he direct beneficiary of the project is the Government of Moldova represented by the State Chancellery, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration as main partners with the line ministries and other Moldovan public institutions also benefitting from the project
The State Chancellery: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org address: Chișinău, Piaţa Marii Adunări Naţionale, nr. 1, MD-2033
The Ministry of Finance: e-mail: email@example.com address: Chișinău, 7 Constantin Tănase str., MD-2005
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org address: Chișinău, 80, 31 August 1989 str., MD-2012 Results:
Result 1: Capacity of the Government of Moldova to approximate EU Acquis and to implement the Association Agreement is supported and planning of the Association Agenda by the MFAEI in alignment with the State Chancellery and the Ministry of Finance is strengthened.
Result 2: Evidence-based Policy Development is promoted and capacity to develop legislation is supported with a unified procedure for ex-ante economic and social impact assessments, including strategic planning based on macroeconomic projections and an assessment of available internal and external sources of financing.
Results 3: Policy coordination capacities, procedures and information mechanisms are upgraded through compatible or unified communication systems and rules (rules of procedures) and roles and responsibilities between the functions of Government are demarcated.
Result 4: Public consultation mechanisms in the context of the policy development are improved for increased transparency and accountability of the Government towards citizens.
Tibor Draskovics, Team Leader, Key Expert 1
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