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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 Government of the Republic of Slovenia ordered to the Ministry of public administration to prepare the Action plan for years 2015 and 2016 - in cooperation with other ministries in accordance with the Public administration developmet strategy 2015 - 2020 at latest until end of June, 2015.


Public administration development strategy 2015-2020
Two-year action plan for the implementation of the 2015-2020 public administration development strategy for the period 2015-2016


Other related documents (only in slovenian language).



THE VISION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA 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.


Rational public administration organisation

- concept of the centre of Government as the coordinator of strategic development and joint tasks of the state

- integration, optimisation and rationalisation of public administration bodies at the central and territorial levels

- establishment of a single contact centre for communication with the public

- establishment of project management as a method for achieving predefined objectives



- gradual transition to a programme-oriented budget

- enhancement of mechanisms of internal control of public finances and effectiveness of fund-utilisation


Human Resource Management

- flexible and transparent wage system

- establishment of a uniform competency model

- establishment of an effective information system for human resource management

- job performance evaluation and granting promotion on the basis of actually achieved work results and goals

- improvement of the regulatory framework defining the competencies and measures of the Public Employee System Inspection Service


Strenghthening Capacity-building of Public Employees

- dynamic identification of needs as the basis for the development of training programmes

- enchanced implementation of professional and functional training for employees and their key competencies


Public Procurement

- improving economy and transperency in public procurement

- joint public procurement and use of catalogues

- simplification and increase in transparency


Management of the Physical Assets of the State

- centralisation of records and real estate management

- completion of the internal market

- accelerated completion of all formalities connected with physicial assets and improvement of economy


Better Regulation and Efficient Administrative Procedures

- improved process and transperency of drafting regulations, evaluation of their effects and reduction of the volume of regulations by 10%

- setting up of a single point for submitting initiatives aimed at better regulation

- setting up of a uniform and transparent presentation of all conditions and procedures for citizens and enterprises

- modernisation of administrative procedural law and improved statistical monitoring of administrative task performance


Enhancement of Integrity and Transperency

- enhanced training for public employees and high officials on matters pertaining to integrity and the prevention of corruption risks

- single review and monitoring of corruption risks

- proactive transparency of public expenditure and revenue and public procurement contracts

- online publication of public administration-related data in machine-readable and open formats


System of Quality management in Public Administration

- use of tools for quality management in all public administration bodies

- self-assessment and external assessement of performance using a certified model and exchange of examples of good practice

- establishment and measuring of key performance objectives and indicators


Modernisation of Inspection

- exchange of information and merging of inspections

- introduction of an information system for inspection authorities to provide support during work, cooperation during insections and publication of anonymised decisions

- use of business data for inspections


Effective Informatics System

- simplified electronics services

- higher level of ICT centralisation and more efficient management