14. 2. 2017
Minister Koprivnikar Discusses with Sheikh Mansour Challenges of Digitalisation and Cooperation in Different FieldsOn the second day of his visit to Dubai, the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Public Administration of the Republic of Slovenia Boris Koprivnikar met with the Deputy Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who actively monitors Slovenia’s participation on this year’s World Government Summit.Sheikh Mansour was interested in how Slovenia is facing the challenges of a rapidly changing world, how successful is our economy, and what are the possibilities for enhancing our economic cooperation. Minister Koprivnika... More »
12. 2. 2017Today, the Minister of Public Administration Boris Koprivnikar participated in the first day of the largest World Government Summit in Dubai attended by 8,000 participants from 138 countries. At the meeting, countries exchange experience, proposals, and concrete solutions for their better management and cooperation.Practically all governments, countries, and societies face challenges of the so-called 4th industrial revolution, which places us in an extremely dynamical environment, creates the necessity of cooperation, global sharing of resources, and global trade. As a guest, Minister Koprivnika... More »
7. 2. 2017
A Step Toward Implementing the Initiative Slovenia as a Reference Country in a Digital Europe – Sharing Electric Vehicles in Public AdministrationToday, the Minister of Public Administration Boris Koprivnikar, the Minister of Infrastructure Peter Gašperšič and managing director of Avant Car Matej Čer signed a Contract on sharing electric vehicles “Avant2Go”. With this pilot project, we are taking a step forward as one of the first countries in the world to introduce a modern service which is a product of the sharing economy model. This project is based on Slovenian knowledge; at the same time, it presents an active part of the initiative Slovenia, green reference count...
Modern Public administration developmet
The Government of the Republic of Slovenia on April, 29th, 2015, adopted the Public administration developmet strategy 2015 - 2020 and confirmed the Modern Public administration developmet and quality policy.
The vision of the government is to set upa a modern public administration which respects the principles and values of: legality and the rule of law; proficiency and professionalism; participation; transparency, integrity and prevention of corruption; responsiveness and a user-oriented approach; a consent- and participation-oriented approach; justice; innovation, work performance and effective utilisation of funds; responsibility.
E-government state portal
The new eUprava portal is adapted for people with special needs by recommendations fully in account with the standard WCAG 2.0. This means the portal is adapted for blind and partially sighted users, users with dyslexia, the deaf and hard of hearing. Since Slovenia has two recognised national minorities, is the portal adapted to them as well. Some general information and certain services, depending on the arrangements and topicality of the minority, are translated into Italian and Hungarian.
Stop the Bureaucracy
Slovenia is working to reduce administrative and regulatory burdens. Both of them are being part of smart regulation. We launched the STOP the bureaucracy online portal (also an English version for a global audience). The portal is intended for all users, national and international, because the Ministry believes that with experiences and examples from everyday life, one can help reduce administrative barriers for doing business in Slovenia.
Slovenia: Business Point
Slovenia welcomes businesses from Europe that wish to operate in our country. Basing your business here will enable you to benefit from Slovenia skilled and highly educated workforce, quality infrastructure, proximity to regional markets and the highest quality of life. Learn about the first steps when entering Slovenia, which types of business are possible in Slovenia and what the Slovenian business environment offers EU citizens.
Green Reference Country in Digital Europe
Gradually, consciously, and in an organized way, Slovenia is becoming a “Green reference country in digital Europe” because we are enhancing cooperation between the Government, business sector, science and civil society, with one clear goal: to improve business opportunities and increase the living standard of Slovenian citizens through the help and opportunities brought by digital transformation.