The call for applications for the 2017 European Public Sector Award has been launched. The EPSA 2017 awards will be presented on the occasion of a high-level event to be held mid-November 2017 in Maastricht, the Netherlands.
An ESF-funded project in Estonia is bringing regional and local development experts together in a programme to promote entrepreneurship and employment.
Initiatives to support to the social economy in Poland and to increase transparency of EU spending in Lithuania are recognised as innovative good practices
The Executive Agency for Fisheries and Aquaculture (EAFA) in Bulgaria is carrying out two ESF-funded projects to improve administrative quality management and its employees’ professional qualifications.
In a drive to provide more support for people with mental disabilities and children in care, Latvia has announced a deinstitutionalisation and social service reform.
The Bulgarian government has renewed its commitment to improving the living conditions of children and has set aside ESF funds and reinforced measures to get children out of orphanages and other institutions.
The Slovenian Ministry of Public Administration has launched a new ESF-backed project to modernise public services, increase their efficiency and cut operating costs.
Investments will address the persistent shortcomings in Romania's public administration and improve the functioning of the judiciary through support to structural reforms
Investments will address challenges related to the efficiency of the administrations in providing quality, fast and affordable services for all groups of society
A one-stop administrative service centre has now opened its doors in Latvia's capital Riga. It is the first of several centres to be created in the country as part of the ESF drive for better public services.
The European Institute of Public Administration - EIPA - with the institutional and financial support of 12 European public partners – invites applications to the fifth European Public Sector Award – EPSA 2015.
ESF investment will contribute significantly to making the Greek public administration one of the key pillars for the recovery of the country through the enhancement of its effectiveness and efficiency
The programme ensures investment in strengthened institutional capacity and effectiveness as well as an effective judicial system and increased law enforceability.
The European Commission organised a policy discussion with Member States on the modernisation of public administration.