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What’s Next for Public Sector Reform?
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ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: What’s Next for Public Sector Reform?
How does the public sector need to change for the world revealed by the crisis? Most public services are decades to centuries old, and so too are many of the processes, mind-sets and ways of doing business. Many previous reform efforts and agendas have concentrated on making government more like businesses – but the crisis has emphasised the necessary and different role that the state has to play. What does the crisis reveal about the next needed steps for public sector reform?
- Maria Horga, State Secretary, Prime Minister’s Chancellery, Romania
- Thierry Lambert, Director for Public Sector Transformation, France
- Omar Alghabra, Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister of Canada (Public Service Renewal), Canada
- Germán Rueda Jiménez, Vice-Minister, Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications, Colombia
Moderator: Francisco Gaetani, Professor of Public Administration at Gertrulio Vargas National Schoolof Public Administration and Business