KSE Career Week: Public discussion «Check-points of Reform: What has been changed in the public service?»
What is happening behind the scenes of one of the Government’s priority reforms, civil service reform? What are major changes that have been made and what challenges will civil service face? We invite you to visit a public discussion «Check-points of Reform: What has been changed in the public service?» to discuss these issues with key stakeholders.
Since the beginning of 2017, there have been 58 directorates in 10 pilot ministries, the Secretariat of the Government and two agencies. There were contests for filling new vacancies, and about 600 Ukrainians have chosen a new civil service as their career path. The internal and external audit states that Ukraine has made significant progress in reforming the public administration system, however, the pace of change still highly depends on political consolidation around the idea of reform, funding availability, quality of staff, and the ability of ministry leaders to motivate their teams.
Is it possible to turn the civil service into a professional, transparent and customer-oriented system with stable and modern institutions? We will discuss it with people who see reform from within and are directly involved in its implementation.
We invite those who what to work or already work at civil service to visit the event.
Tetyana Tyshchuk – professor at KSE, IMoRe VoxUkraine reform monitoring index project manager, helps to implement civil service reform, teaches those who have passed competitions for a new civil service, monitor all changes in the civil service.
Daryna Marchak – expert of the «Public Administration Reform» group of the Reinancial Package of Reforms, expert on communications.
Iryna Lytovchenko – Head of the Directorate for Strategic Planning and European Integration.
Kyrylo Klymenko – Senior Project Manager, «Public Administration Reform» group of the CMU Reform Office
Artem Shaipov – Chairman of the Board of Professional Government Initiative by ukrainian alumni of world-class universities.
Moderator: Dmytro Yarovyi – Program Manager of the Department of Public Policy and Governance.