Changes Produced By Projects Implemented In The Operational Programme Administrative Capacity Development On Public Administration From Arges County
In a social and economic environment characterized by change, Romania's public administration must integrate and implement the administrative values characteristic to the European space: transparency, predictability, responsibility, adaptability and efficiency. These ones must be found in the administrative institutions and processes on all levels. This research is aimed to establish what change in public administration represents, to quantify the main directions of action in the change process regarding public management at the level of local collectivities and to trace the results of the projects financed by the Operational Programme Administrative Capacity Development (OPACD) as well as the expected impact of these ones on the local public administration from Arges county.
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