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The Reform of Territorial Public Administration in Hungary

Author(s): Edit Soós

Date: 2019

Publisher: NISPAcee Press

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ABSTRACT

The study examines the most significant structural changes affecting territorial public administration in Hungary (2010-2019). The aim of the Hungarian government is the creation of a ’Good State’ which serves the needs of individuals, communities and the enterprises and protects values and interests and which promotes competitiveness and development. The study examines the ongoing processes in public administration as political processes, making and accomplishing decisions and programmes that are closely connected to the characteristics of the political system.
The anticipated trends of territorial administration development until 2020 are included in public policy strategic documents with designated intervention areas, such as organisational development, public administration tasks, regulation of public administration procedures and human resources questions. Hungarian public administration should work in an organised, consistent and transparent structure which is highly professional, efficient and operate on modern information and communication technologies, thus creating a service-oriented state operation, enjoying the confidence of the public. 
The study concludes that further efforts are required to modernise public administration and transform processes and workflows towards client-oriented, integrated and efficient territorial public administration which is simpler, more transparent and more accountable to citizens.

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