Section 1. Monitoring of the implementation of recommendations on reform priorities for 2020-2021.
It is difficult for the government to reform its organization and activities, as well as the CEB system. There is no leadership of the Prime Minister in this reform. The political will to carry out one of the defining areas of reform - reform of the ministries (their analysis of public policy, strategic planning) is weak.
The Coordination Council for Public Administration Reform under the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has no significant influence on the public administration reform.
Authorities do not always listen to public recommendations and suggestions.
To adopt a new version of the Public Administration Reform Strategy of Ukraine for the period until 2025 and implement it together with the Concept of optimizing the system of central executive bodies.
To take into account the key provisions set out in the draft law “On the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and Central Executive Bodies” in the the draft law(s) on amendments to the laws of Ukraine “On the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine” and “On Central Executive Bodies”. Or pass this law.
To adopt a new version of the CMU Regulations.
To continue the reform of the organization and activities of ministries aimed at the implementation by ministries of the functions of public policy analysis and strategic planning. To deprive ministries and other CEBs of powers that are not peculiar to them.
To establish directorates in ministries, based on their compliance with all areas of public policy for which ministries are responsible. Directorates should be in charge of shaping public policy, not the functions assigned to them by the heads of ministries. To review approaches to the formation of directorates in those ministries where they do not reflect the essence of the ministry reform.
To staff 100% of the ministry directorates with highly qualified personnel.
reform of remuneration of civil servants;
reform of professional training of civil servants (including the reform of the former NAPA, which is now attached to the Kyiv Taras Shevchenko National University, and the Ukrainian School of Governance);
introduce the Information System of Human Resources Management in the Civil Service (HRMCS).
Law of Ukraine "On Administrative Procedure", amend related laws, and apply it in practice;
Law of Ukraine "On Administrative Fees".
decentralization of basic administrative services;
development of ASC;
digitalization of administrative services.