Support to Civil Service system reform in Azerbaijan

Project Description
The objective of the project “Support to Civil Service system reform in Azerbaijan” is to contribute to the implementation of “The Strategy for Civil Service Development in the Republic of Azerbaijan for 2019-2025” by strengthening the organisational structure and the institutional, technical and human capacities of the State Examination Center (SEC) in recruiting, promoting and evaluating the performance of civil servants and ensuring their continuous professional development.
Specific Objective
Component 1: Reinforce the capacities of the SEC on recruitment, promotion and performance evaluation of civil servants
Component 2: Reinforce the capacities of the SEC on continuous professional development and personal career planning
Component 3: Organise public awareness raising events of the project
Expected Results
Result 1: Legal and institutional framework to ensure a competency-based approach in recruiting, promoting and evaluating the performance.
Result 2: Human capacities of the SEC and other relevant representatives of civil service bodies and independent experts to assess the competency of civil servants are reinforced. e of civil servants is improved.
Result 3: Digitalisation of SEC systems providing competency assessment, performance evaluation and candidate reporting is facilitated.
Result 4: The SEC is supported in the preparation of a methodology to ensure the continuous professional development and personal career planning for civil servants
Result 5: Main stakeholders informed about the objectives of the project
Result 6: The results of the project presented to the main stakeholders
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PROJECT DETAILS
Azerbaijan
Priority Area:
Partnership that empowers
Subsector:
Public Administration Reform
Topic:
Good government
Project Status:
Ongoing
Start Date:
25.11.2021
End Date:
25.11.2023
Implementing Organisation:
PROMAN (implementing leader)
Funding by the EU:
€629 865
EU Project Number:
300024317

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