Civil Service Reform

1.The substitution of business principles and methods for political methods in the conduct of the civil service. esp. the merit system instead of the spoils system in making appointments to office.
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Civil service reform is in these terms sometimes conceived as an ongoing process, without a clear beginning or end.
The website of the Tokyo Foundation, an independent, not-for-profit think tank, features series of articles offering expert analyses and opinions about the election, the problems confronting Japan today, and the policies needed to address issues in areas such as security, the pension system, health care, climate change, the economy, employment, and civil service reform, as well as our version of Who's Who in the DPJ.
47) Unless awareness of the crisis confronting the civil service is better communicated in Pakistan, and the pressure for civil service reform comes from within Pakistan rather than being imposed by international donors, its chances of success will be slim.
The SES was created with the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 and is designed to be a corps of executives selected for their leadership qualifications, not their technical expertise.
The test was conducted by Civil Service Reform Commission (CSRC)
Like the Red Sox, whose eternal hope of beating the Yankees is reborn each year, many practitioners and concerned observers hope that the Volcker Commission report will finally be the straw that breaks the camel's back of inaction on civil service reform.
JACK McConnell's grand plan for civil service reform has been foiled - by his top civil servant.
With that in mind, the IMF urged Honduras to submit its civil service reform plan to Congress by the end of the year as a crucial step to strengthen its wage policy and keep wages in line with fiscal sustainability.
Notably, the Georgia civil service reform was developed and pushed through the legislature not by anti-government Republicans but by then Governor Zell Miller, a pro-government New Democrat who sees ending tenure as one way to restore the legitimacy of government.
It offers specific guidance on recovering fees under the Equal Access to Justice Act, the Freedom of Information Act, the Civil Service Reform Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Criminal Justice Act, the Clean Air Act, and the Clean Water Act, among other statutes.
He asserted the keenness to carry out capacity building and comprehensive civil service reform in a manner that guarantees equality and justice and accomplishing work in a proper way and without delay.
The volume covers the history of public administration, decision-making processes, the influence of Confucianism on public administration, the impact of East Asia's developmental path on public administration, the reasons performance management is emphasized in the region, the state of citizen participation in East Asia, the ethical underpinnings of the East Asian civil service, the importance of intergovernmental relations, the politics of information technology, the nature of civil service reform, and the nature of efforts to combat government corruption, among other topics.
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