The Center for change management and the Ministry for information society and administration started with the implementation of the two day long training for the regulatory impact assessment, which is a part of the project “Support for the process of reforms in the public administration”.
The training is being held in the hotel “Radika” in Mavrovo and is being attended by the counselors from the cabinets of a number of ministries in the government of the Republic of Macedonia.
The regulatory impact assessment is the third component of the project “Support for the process of the reforms in the public administration”, which is being financed by the British Embassy in Skopje.
The main goal of this project is to support the process of reforms in the key state institutions, as a part of the strategy for reforms of the public administration and in accordance with the principles of the good governance.
The return of the trust in the institutions will be done with the strengthening of their transparency and responsiveness and the implementation of the system for open data as well as through improvement of the processes for strategic planning and monitoring of the policies of the government.
At the same time, we want to strengthen the principle for management of the human capital in the administration based on the principle of merit and securing the inclusiveness and predictability of the legislation.