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The seminar on "Improvement of Civil Service System: International Practice and Reforms in Uzbekistan" was organized at the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan on the 15th of March, 2018.
It is organized in cooperation with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Representative Office of the University of Nagoya in Uzbekistan. Along with keynote speakers from the Nagoya University, the representatives of Senate of the Oliy Majlis, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Employment and Labor Relations, the General Prosecutor’s Office, the Development Strategy Center, the Institute for Monitoring of Current Legislation and various higher educational institutions in Uzbekistan also took part in the seminar.
The event was held in order to effectively implement the tasks stipulated by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated August 8, 2017, No. UP-5139 “On measures to further develop the system of training, retraining and advanced training of management personnel at the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan” and in particular, to discuss the problems on civil service reforms, review of international experience in this area and the new approaches to improving the efficiency of the state human resource policy.
In accordance with the Strategy of Actions on further development of Uzbekistan in years 2017-2021, the Concept of Administrative Reform in the Republic of Uzbekistan, as well as the State Program in the Year of Support of Active Entrepreneurship, Innovative Ideas and Technologies, the new task is set to form an effective system of professional civil service in the country. In connection with this, the Academy regularly conducts a series of seminars and roundtables to review of current state of the civil service cases in foreign countries.
During the seminar, the participants have considered a number of important issues related to civil service reform, reviewed the approaches of such countries as Japan, the Great Britain, France and Singapore on civil service organization and civil service training. In particular, the need for drafting of regulatory and legal acts regulating the civil service organization was emphasized, including legal status of civil service, classification of civil servants, transparent mechanisms for merit-based entering into the civil service system, personnel reserve formation, the official duties execution, ensuring compliance with ethical standards of behavior in order to create a professional corps of civil servants.