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  • 8-mars-2016

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    Les pays de l'OCDE affirment leur volonté de renforcer l'égalité hommes-femmes aux postes de direction dans le secteur public

    Les pays de l'OCDE renforcent leur détermination en faveur d’une plus grande égalité entre hommes et femmes dans la vie publique – notamment au sein des administrations publiques, des parlements et des instances judiciaires – à l'aide de mesures concrètes visant à améliorer l'accès des femmes aux postes de direction et de décision et à intégrer davantage la notion de parité dans les politiques publiques.

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  • 19-février-2016

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    Le gouvernement ouvert en Tunisie

    La Revue du Gouvernement ouvert en Tunisie est la première de son genre à analyser les politiques et les pratiques de gouvernement ouvert ainsi que l’application de leur cadre institutionnel et juridique selon les instruments de l’OCDE. L’analyse se concentre sur la façon d’améliorer l'ouverture du secteur public, la transparence et la responsabilisation pour ainsi favoriser la confiance dans le gouvernement. Ainsi, l’analyse évalue la cohérence et la coordination des politiques de gouvernement ouvert, la participation des citoyens dans l’élaboration des politiques publiques, la gestion des finances publiques, les initiatives anti-corruption et d’intégrité, le rôle des technologies de l’information et de la communication et des médias sociaux. Elle inclut également des études de cas du gouvernement ouvert et du développement local. En rassemblant une multitude d’instruments de l’OCDE et d’expertises dans différents domaines de gouvernance publique, la revue fournit aux décideurs politiques tunisiens, aux fonctionnaires du secteur public et aux activistes de la société civile des indications pratiques concernant la façon d’améliorer et de mettre en œuvre avec succès leur programme national de gouvernement ouvert. De plus, la revue contient une liste de recommandations qui ont été incluses dans le premier Plan d'action de la Tunisie pour le Partenariat pour un gouvernement ouvert.

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  • 11-February-2016

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    Water Governance in Cities

    Urban, demographic and climate trends are increasingly exposing cities to risks of having too little, too much and too polluted water. Facing these challenges requires robust public policies and sound governance frameworks to co-ordinate across multiple scales, authorities, and policy domains. Building on a survey of 48 cities in OECD countries and emerging economies, the report analyses key factors affecting urban water governance, discusses trends in allocating roles and responsibilities across levels of government, and assesses multi-level governance gaps in urban water management. It provides a framework for mitigating territorial and institutional fragmentation and raising the profile of water in the broader sustainable development agenda, focusing in particular on the contribution of metropolitan governance, rural-urban partnerships and stakeholder engagement.

  • 8-February-2016

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    World Government Summit, Dubai, 2016

    The World Government Summit brings together over 3500 ministers, government officials, experts, representatives from the private sector and civil society to discuss the future of government and public service delivery.

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  • 5-February-2016

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    Rebooting Public Service Delivery - How can Open Government Data help drive innovation?

    Study outlining how OECD countries are dealing with the challenges of Open Government Data with a special chapter on the policy context of OGD in the United Arab Emirates.

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  • 4-février-2016

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    L’OCDE préconise de réglementer plus étroitement le financement de la vie politique et de durcir les sanctions

    De nombreux pays économiquement avancés n’appliquent pas pleinement la réglementation relative au financement des partis politiques et aux dépenses de campagne ou laissent subsister des failles dans lesquelles s’engouffrent de puissants groupes d’intérêts privés, affirme un nouveau rapport de l’OCDE.

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  • 1-February-2016

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    OECD Territorial Reviews: The Metropolitan Region of Rotterdam-The Hague, Netherlands

    This report examines the Netherland’s new Metropolitan Region of Rotterdam-The Hague (MRDH), drawing on lessons from governance reforms in other OECD countries and identifying how the MRDH experience could benefit policy makers beyond Dutch borders. Long in search of ways to strengthen urban areas, the Dutch government has recently undertaken the development of a National Urban Agenda known as Agenda Stad, in parallel to a series of broad institutional reforms. This included abolishing the country’s traditional eight city-regions, which led Rotterdam, The Hague and 21 smaller neighbouring cities to form the Metropolitan Region of Rotterdam-The Hague (Metropoolregio Rotterdam Den Haag, or MRDH). This report analyses the emergence of the MRDH both as a geographical area that spans 23 municipalities in the southern Randstad region and as a new metropolitan authority with transport and economic development responsibilities. One of the challenges the MRDH faces is how to bring the economies of Rotterdam and The Hague closer together while generating growth and well-being. 
     

  • 22-January-2016

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    Improving ISSSTE's Public Procurement for Better Results

    OECD countries are increasingly attempting to achieve savings through their public procurement systems, in particular in healthcare. In 2012, the State’s Employees’ Social Security and Social Services Institute in Mexico (ISSSTE) asked the OECD to review the effectiveness and integrity of its procurement system and to address bid-rigging. Many of the OECD’s recommendations led to enduring reforms at ISSSTE. In 2015 the OECD conducted a new review focusing on planning and coordination of procurement activities, market research and improvement of medical services. This report presents the findings of the review and notes the ISSSTE’s recent achievements. It also makes recommendations to support the alignment of the ISSSTE’s procurement practices with the 2015 OECD Recommendation of the Council on Public Procurement and includes action plans for priority activities.

  • 15-January-2016

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    The Korean Public Procurement Service - Innovating for Effectiveness

    This report on the Public Procurement Service of Korea examines the effectiveness of its system, identifying good practices that can inspire reform efforts in other countries. In particular, the report highlights the efficiency gains achieved by implementation of a comprehensive e-procurement system and the savings generated by an integrated support for government-wide contracts. It also looks at how Korea is adopting a strategic and multi-dimensional approach to using public procurement in the support of small businesses and other social objectives. In identifying possible improvements to Korea’s system, recommendations include a more centralised look at workforce training and development issues and additional features for Korea’s e-procurement system, as well as a review of existing certification and preference programs.
     

  • 23-December-2015

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    Hungary: Reforming the State Territorial Administration

    This review focuses on the objectives and direction of the State Territorial Administration Reform (STAR) that the Government of Hungary launched in 2010. It provides an evidence-based evaluation of the current state of the reform and identifies steps that can be taken to improve territorial-administration governance and improve service delivery. The review presents practical recommendations to strengthen the structures, processes and resources of the territorial state administration, including opportunities for co-ordination and collaboration between the central, territorial and local self-government administration.

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