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12 de June de 2018There are still five prizes left for those who wish to take part in the “Public Administration Innovation and Education Survey”
1img - There are still five prizes left for those who wish to take part in the “Public Administration Innovation and Education Survey”

Government officials have until June 30 to complete the survey and compete for one of the last five places available at the 23rd International CLAD Congress on the Reform of the State and Public Administration, to be held in Guadalajara on November 6-9, 2018.

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The purpose of the Public Administration Innovation and Education Survey is to come up with a diagnosis to provide policymakers the learning tools they need to improve the quality of decisions regarding public funds and, in turn, increase the effect that these decisions have on society. CAF -development bank of Latin America- in partnership with the Latin American Centre of Administration for Development (CLAD) will keep this initiative open until June 30, 2018.

The results of the survey will be a valuable contribution to developing tools adapted to the context in which officials perform their functions, and may be used by the region’s public sector to diagnose the opportunities and potential within the public administration to innovate and improve the effect that public policy has on society.

All officials who take part in the survey may compete for one of the last five places available at the 23rd International CLAD Congress on the Reform of the State and Public Administration, to be held in Guadalajara on November 6-9, 2018. The last draw will be held on June 29 and will be broadcast live fromCAF’s official Facebook account.

 

Annual CLAD Congress

 The International CLAD Congress is held annually and has become the most important forum in Latin America for presenting and discussing experiences and research on the Reform of the State and Public Administration.

The Congress brings together ministers and secretaries of state responsible for the public policies in question, as well as politicians, researchers, university lecturers and specialized institutions, consultants, government officials and trade unionists.

Its purpose is to promote the exchange of experiences, research, studies and publications on the main aspects of the renewed reform process of the State and modernization of the administration and management of public affairs.

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