Summary results of the PAR Monitor indicators are given below. Choose between different PAR areas and select results for any of the Western Balkan countries.
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Strategic Framework of Public Administration Reform
Principle 1, Indicator 1: Use of participatory approaches in the development of key strategic PAR documents.
Principle 2, Indicator 1: Civil society involvement in the PAR monitoring and coordination structures
Policy Development and Co-ordination
Principle 5, Indicator 1: Public availability of information on Government performance.
Principle 5, Indicator 2: Civil society perception of the Government’s pursuit and achievement of its planned objectives.
Principle 6, Indicator 1: Transparency of the Government’s decision-making
Principle 10, Indicator 1: Use of evidence created by think tanks, independent institutes and other CSOs in policy development
Principle 11, Indicator 1: Civil society perception of inclusiveness and openness of policymaking
Principle 12, Indicator 1: Perception of availability and accessibility of legislation and related explanatory materials by the civil society
Public Service and Human Resource Management
Principle 2, Indicator 1: Public availability of official data and reports about the civil service and employees in central state administration
Principle 2, Indicator 2: Performance of tasks characteristic for civil service outside of the civil service merit-based regime
Principle 3, Indicator 1: Openness, transparency and fairness of recruitment into the civil service
Principle 4, Indicator 1: Effective protection of senior civil servants’ positions from unwanted political interference
Principle 5, Indicator 1: Transparency, clarity and public availability of information on the civil service remuneration system
Principle 7, Indicator 1: Effectiveness of measures for the promotion of integrity and prevention of corruption in the civil service
Principle 2, Indicator 1: Civil society perception of the quality of legislation and practice of access to public information
Principle 2, Indicator 2: Proactive informing of the public by public authorities
Principle 1, Indicator 1: Public perception of state administration’s citizen orientation
Principle 3, Indicator 1: Public perception and availability of information on citizens’ feedback regarding the quality of administrative services
Principle 4, Indicator 1: CSOs’ perception of accessibility of administrative services
Principle 4, Indicator 2: Availability of information regarding the provision of administrative services on the websites of service providers
Public Financial Management
Principle 5, Indicator 1: Transparency and accessibility of budgetary documents
Principle 6&8, Indicator 1: Public availability of information on public internal financial controls and the parliamentary scrutiny
Principle 16, Indicator 1: Supreme Audit Institution’s communication and cooperation with the public pertaining to its work