PAR Monitor is the cornerstone element of the WeBER Platform and represents a foundation for the activities within the Platform. It is the tool the that provides all necessary resources and methodology for independent PAR monitoring by civil society in the WB. It is based on the CSO inputs that are evidence-based, and PAR Monitor methodology closely follows the Principles of Public Administration developed by SIGMA. Methodology is based on the selection SIGMA principles that are best fitted to be monitored by the civil society, and the development of own quantitative and qualitative indicators for measurement. Ultimately, application of the PAR Monitor methodology will not only monitor the progress in PAR in each WB country but will allow for regional benchmarking of countries through regional PAR Scoreboard.
Download the PAR Monitor Methodology here.
Download the PAR Monitor List of Principles and Indicators here.
Below you can find indicators per PAR area:
Policy Development and Co-ordination
- PRINCIPLE 5, INDICATOR 1: Public availability of information on Government performance
- PRINCIPLE 6, INDICATOR 1: Transparency of the Government’s decision-making
- PRINCIPLE 5, INDICATOR 2: Civil society perception of the Government’s pursuit and achievement of its planned objectives
- PRINCIPLE 10, INDICATOR 1: Use of evidence created by think tanks, independent institutes and other CSOs in policy development
- PRINCIPLE 11, INDICATOR 1: 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: Adequacy of the policy, legal framework and institutional set-up for professional human resource management in public service
- 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’ position 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 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, PRINCIPLE 8, INDICATOR 1: Public availability of information on public internal financial controls and the parliamentary scrutiny.
- PRINCIPLE 11, 13, INDICATOR 1: Availability of public procurement related information to the public
- PRINCIPLE 16, INDICATOR 1: Supreme Audit Institution’s communication and cooperation with the public pertaining to its work