Government of the Republic of Montenegro

07/14/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 07/15/2021 01:16

Public Administration Reform Council to hold its first session in new composition

Published on: Jul 14, 2021 12:45 PM Author: Ministry of Public Administration, Digital Society and Media

The first session of the Public Administration Reform Council in the new composition, chaired by Prime Minister Zdravko Krivokapić, will be held on Thursday, 15 July 2021.

The goals of the Public Administration Reform Council are, from a political point of view, to support the implementation of activities related to the organisation of public administration, strengthening the process of public policy management, development of modern and professional civil service system, improvement of local self-government system, digitalisation and eGovernment development, public financial management, improving the quality of service delivery and the business environment, improving the transparency and openness of the administration as a whole, strengthening internal and external control of public administration.

Minister of Public Administration, Digital Society and Media Tamara Srzentić, Minister of Interior Sergej Sekulović, Minister of Finance and Social Welfare Milojko Spajić, Minister of Economic Development Jakov Milatović, Chief Negotiator for Montenegro's Accession to the European Union Union Zorka Kordić, Director of the Human Resources Management Authority Jovana Nišavić, Director of the Agency for Free Access to Information and Personal Data Protection Ivan Medojević, representative of the Union of Municipalities of Montenegro Vuksan Vuksanović, representative of the University of Montenegro Ivan Radević, NGO representatives Biljana Papović and Milena Muk have been appointed members of the Council.

Marija Hajduković, Acting Director General of the Directorate for Strategic Planning in Public Administration, International Cooperation and IPA in the Ministry of Public Administration, Digital Society and Media, has been appointed Secretary of the Council.

The ultimate goal of the reform is to provide a high-quality service to citizens, the creation of public administration that will contribute to economic stability, increase the quality of life and competitiveness of the economy, and at the same time meet the conditions for EU membership.