PAR Tracker is an electronic platform for monitoring the implementation of the Public Administration Reform Action Plan. The platform combines practical information on Public Administration Reform and ensures external user engagement by sharing comments / feedback on published information as well as on the thematic directions / objectives / activities / indicators of the Public Administration Reform Action Plan.
The platform is developed within the framework of the EU-funded project "Contributing to PAR through Civic Monitoring and Engagement" implemented by the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) in cooperation with the Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association (GYLA).
The Government of Georgia recognized the importance of Public Administration Reform by signing the Association Agreement between Georgia and the European Union. The Agreement emphasizes commitments to good governance including cooperation in the directions of public administration and civil service reforms. According to the Association Agreement between Georgia and the European Union, the country has to implement in-depth reforms in the direction of public administration and civil service. In 2015, in order to comply with the mentioned commitment, the Government of Georgia approved the Public Administration Reform Roadmap 2020. The Document was meant to create a comprehensive conceptual framework and mechanisms “aimed at transparent, predictable, accountable and effective public governance, meeting European standards and satisfying public needs”.
In order to implement the Public Administration Reform, the Government of Georgia, once in every two years approves the Public Administration Reform Action Plan. The most recent Action Plan for 2019-2020 approved by the Government of Georgia in June 2019 aims to achieve the goals defined by the Public Administration Reform Roadmap 2020.
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