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This report analyses the institutional set-up and use of policy instruments in Switzerland. It also includes policy recommendations developed by the OECD. The Reform Programme aims at assisting governments in improving regulatory quality.
The OECD network of Senior Budget Officials from Central, Eastern and South-Eastern European Countries (CESEE SBO) was established in 2004 in The Hague. Its second meeting took place 16-17 February 2006 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
The third meeting of the SBO Network on Performance and Results was held 2-3 May 2006.
The OECD-Asian SBO Network annually brings the budget directors and other senior officials from the region to address key budgeting concerns and relevant policy options.
Agenda for 3rd OECD-Asian Senior Budget Officials Meeting held in Bangkok on 15-16 December 2005.
This assessment framework provides policy makers and managers with a pioneering roadmap to design and organise sound assessments in specific public organisations and sectors. It includes practical checklists, decision-making tools and options for methodologies based on good practices.
This report looks at new thinking and practice in OECD countries in five different areas of e-government: user-focused e-government, multi-channel service delivery, approaches to common business processes, the business case for e-government, and e-goverment co-ordination.
Practicing E-Government: A Global Perspective is a book that responds to e-government's present shortcomings, while exploring a renewed understanding of e-government's visions and responsiveness.
This page provides access to ethics codes and codes of conduct for civil servants of OECD countries and further reading suggestions on the topic.
This book provides the first comparative overview of practices meant to enhance integrity throughout the whole procurement cycle, from needs assessment to contract management. It also includes numerous 'elements of good practice' identified in both and non-OECD countries.