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Openness and Transparency in Governance: Challenges and Opportunities

Michael Kelly

Date: 1999

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Proceedings from the second NISPAcee civil service forum held in Maastricht, The Netherlands, October 28-29, 1999

The main objective of the Forum was to help CEE countries to develop policies to support comprehensive training delivery for the public administration sector, by bringing together administrators and training providers from the region, and from the Member States of the EU, for professional exchanges and discussions. The main body of the programme comprised two workshops, the first centred on the issues of Government/Citizen relationship, and the second on Impact of Openness on Administration

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Overview of the 1999 Civil Service Forum

Michael Kelly ...............................................................................................5

Opening Speeches

Isahel Corte-Real .......................................................................................... 8 Berend-JanvanVoorsttotVoorst............................................................12 Martin Potucek.........................................................................................17

Presentations

Accountability and Public Administration: Concepts, Dimension, Developments

Antonio Bar Cendan ...............................................................................22

Transparency and Openness of Quality Democracy

Yehezkel Dror........................................................................................... 62

Constitutional Safeguards of Legality and Legitimacy

Evgeni Tanchev ........................................................................................72

The Special Challenges Facing Governance in Transition Countries

Imre Forgdcs ..........................................................................................100


WORKSHOP I - Governnment I Citizen Relationship

Effective Approaches to Reform of the Government/Citizen Relationship

Mirko Vintar .......................................................................................... 110

Openness and Transparency in Designing the Public Administration Reform in the Czech Republic

Jifi Marek ...............................................................................................123

Relationship between Administration and Public

Armands Kalnins ...................................................................................128

Government/Citizen Relationship in the Ukraine

Juri Polianski .........................................................................................134

Freedom of Information in Hungary

Ldszla Majtenyi ......................................................................................145

The Role of Government Information Offices

Bart W. Edes ..........................................................................................151

Transparency and Openness in governance: Challenges and

opportunities

Emilia Sicdkovd .....................................................................................169

Synthesis and Conclusions

Julia Szalai ............................................................................................180

WORKSHOP II - Impact of Openness on Administration Strengthening Government-Citizen Connections:

Open Government in OECD countries

Daniel Blume .........................................................................................186

Impact of Openness on Administration: Perspective from Estonia

Ivar Tallo ................................................................................................193

Creating the Systemic Foundations for Openness and Transparency in Public Administration

Jazef Ploskonka ...................................................................................... 199

Transparency and Freedom of Access to Public Documents in Finland

Anna-Riitta Wallin, Yrj6 Venna ............................................................202

The EU experience: Taking the EU closer to the Citizens

Mary E. Preston ......................................................................................206

Experience with Citizen's Charters in the UK

Geoffrey Sadler .......................................................................................214

United Nations Division for Public Economics and Public Administration: Some Recent Developments

Demetrios Argyriades .............................................................................217

Training Programme for Estonian Public Information Officers

Yrj6 Venna .............................................................................................221

Synthesis and Conclusions

Martin Potucek .......................................................................................226

ANNEX I - Programme of the Meeting ................................................... 229




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