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There has been general consensus that the administrative mechanism of the state must be improved to meet the demands of a rapidly changing domestic and global environment. The calls for increase of productivity and sensitivity to the consumers of public goods and services, and the growing concerns for value for money are some of the issues raised by the general public, private sector organisations, labour associations and other interested parties both locally, regionally and internationally. The public administration reform process is often one of redefining the roles of institutions in the face of changing external conditions.

In this context, LDK assists public bodies in their quest for a new dynamic role and supports the setting-up of appropriate structures, processes and administrative systems aiming at improving the accountability and productivity in the public sector. LDK provides services in equipping each public body to:

  • Plan and manage internal organisational changes
  • Improve the level of services offered to citizens
  • Improve the quality of communication between public authorities both horizontally and vertically
  • Interact productively with stakeholders, to allow participatory design and implementation of strategies and policies

As components of institution building, LDK has developed and successfully executed programs for many institutions, including: organizational design - coordination systems, functional characteristics, job descriptions and attestation; change management; training needs assessment; development and realization of specialized trainings.

In addition to strengthening specific government authorities, LDK has been engaged in the creation of new public sector bodies, preparing strategic and policy documents, providing organisation charts, proposing internal operating procedures and assisting in the physical and human resource set-up and capacity building of new agencies.

LDK has also been involved in a number of projects facilitating the decentralisation process and the transfer of competencies from central to local level by assisting public administration at all levels to:

  • Develop and implement regional policies and programmes for achieving balanced regional development and reduction of regional disparities
  • Follow the progress of sector programmes and their harmonization with state policies at regional/local level
  • Exercise functions delegated by central government
  • Design new strategies and tools to promote local development and streamline national and external funding to projects corresponding to national priorities and local interests. - Bottom info - Home 2 Section