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  • 3-octobre-2016

    Français

    Le contrôle interne et la gestion des risques pour renforcer la gouvernance en Tunisie

    La Tunisie mène depuis plusieurs années des réformes visant la modernisation de son administration publique. L’objectif premier est de parvenir à une gouvernance renforcée et à la conduite performante de politiques publiques au service des citoyens. Pour atteindre cet objectif, le gouvernement tunisien a compris la nécessité de développer un système organisationnel de contrôle interne et de maîtrise des risques liés à la mise en œuvre des politiques publiques et à la performance de l’action publique. Le rapport analyse les enjeux et les principes fondamentaux du contrôle interne et de la gestion des risques, la situation actuelle en matière de contrôle interne au sein de l’administration publique tunisienne en général, et au sein d’un ministère pilote en particulier.  De plus, il présente, sous la forme d’un guide, le projet pionnier qui a été réalisé au sein du ministère de l’Agriculture, des Ressources hydrauliques et de la Pêche sur le contrôle interne et de gestion des risques pour la procédure de paie. Ce rapport met le point sur les enseignements tirés des travaux du projet pilote ainsi que sur les recommandations. Il permet également de refléter les bonnes pratiques tunisiennes, régionales et internationales dans ce domaine.

  • 29-September-2016

    English

    Big Data, Complexity Theory and Urban Development

    The global challenges of poverty eradication, environmental sustainability, climate change, and sustainable and secure energy are all intimately linked to cities, which are simultaneously places where these global problems emerge and solutions can be found. Blog by Ricardo Herranz, Nommon Solutions and Technologies, Madrid.

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  • 29-September-2016

    English

    Supreme Audit Institutions and Good Governance - Oversight, Insight and Foresight

    This report maps the activities of ten leading Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs) in Brazil, Canada, Chile, France, Korea, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, South Africa and the United States. In particular, it looks at how these SAIs assess key stages of the policy cycle as well as resulting policies and programmes. SAIs have untapped potential to go beyond their traditional oversight role and contribute evidence for more informed policy-making. The report provides examples and case studies of SAIs’ activities that consider and support the integration of international good practices into policy and programme formulation, implementation and evaluation. It provides guidance for SAIs seeking to engage in oversight, insight and foresight, taking into account the SAI’s internal strategy as well as policy challenges and actors in the external environment.

  • 28-September-2016

    English

    Make Well-Being Happen Where You Live - Blog

    Your zip code matters – but not only to get your mail. It determines your chances of going to a good school, finding a well-paid job, breathing clean air or even living longer. Our day-to-day experience of life is essentially local, and this is precisely where governments and citizens can make a difference. Blog by OECD's Soo-Jin Kim.

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  • 28-September-2016

    English

    Driving Performance of Regulators

    OECD framework for assessing the performance of regulatory agencies.

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  • 23-September-2016

    Russian

  • 22-September-2016

    English

    Leading the Digital Transformation, E-Leaders meeting, Tallinn, Estonia

    The 2016 edition of the E-Leaders meeting will discuss how to make data-driven public sectors a reality. Digital technologies can generating a real transformation of the public sector, but are the E-Leaders capable of driving this transformation?

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  • 22-September-2016

    English

    The Governance of Inclusive Growth - An Overview of Country Initiatives

    Achieving inclusive growth relates closely to how governments work and how policies are designed, implemented, delivered and evaluated. This publication presents an overview of country initiatives concerning inclusive growth in 39 OECD member and partner countries. It was prepared in the context of the OECD Public Governance Ministerial Meetings held in Helsinki, Finland, on 28 October 2015. The publication focuses on four core issues: engaging with citizens and businesses for more inclusive policies and services; innovative policy design for inclusive growth; improving the delivery of services for and with citizens; and, strengthening accountability through better performance management and evaluation.

  • 20-September-2016

    English

    Publications on Public Procurement

    Publications on Public Procurement

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  • 20-September-2016

    English

    Driving Performance at Latvia's Public Utilities Commission

    Regulators are proactive referees of the sectors they regulate, contributing to the delivery of essential public utilities for citizens. To fulfill this function, they need to be constantly alert, checking sectoral trends as well as assessing the impact of their decisions. However, while measuring regulators’ performance is essential, it is also challenging, from defininig what should be measured to attributing impacts to regulators' decisions. To address these challenges, the OECD has developed an innovative framework that looks at the institutions, processes and practices that help regulators assess their performance. The framework has been applied to Latvia's Public Utilities Commission, which is responsible for regulating energy, communications, water and waste. The review offers unique insights into the work of a multi-sector regulator, identifying the organisational features that allow lessons and experiences to be shared across sectors and contribute to good performance. It  highlights the importance of clarifying the role and functions of the regulator and its relationship with other public institutions, setting long-term strategic objectives for the regulator's activities, and having the right regulatory tools with appropriate incentives for the efficient and effective provision of public utility services.
     

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