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Vice-President Šefčovič talks about the European Civil Service (10 May 2012)

On 10 May 2012, at a breakast briefing hosted by the European Policy Group, Vice-President Šefčovič gave a speech about the European civil service.

This was a comprehensive speech, so we've broken it down into a series of smaller videos, covering its major themes.

Click on a theme below to see the video for that part of the speech.

Introduction wmv - 19 MB [19 MB]We need to attract the best staff wmv - 13 MB [13 MB]
Return on investment wmv - 21 MB [21 MB]The cost of non-EU wmv - 17 MB [17 MB]

Value for money

The challenges ahead
Greater efficiency Concluding remark wmv - 6 MB

Alternatively, you can read the whole speech (in EN pdf only).


"...If Europe is to emerge stronger and more unified from the crisis, it needs to be served by an efficient and effective public administration..."

From the speech: 'A European civil service fit for the 21st century' - by European Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefčovič of 10 May 2012.


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