Kazakhstan’s Experience in civil service
Kazakhstan's experience in civil service was presented to the world community. The fifth conference on "National Evaluation Capacity" was held in Istanbul. The event became a platform for the exchange of practical experience and innovations. The seminar was organized by the Astana hub for civil service in cooperation with Kazakhstan’s Government and the United Nations Development Program. Delegates from 30 countries visited the conference and learned about the mechanisms for improving the civil service system.
ALIKHAN BAIMENOV, STAFF, REGIONAL HUB OF CIVIL SERVICE IN ASTANA:
- Exchange of experience and knowledge allows developing further ways to improve the system. All this is aimed at improving the quality of governance, the quality of life of the people of Kazakhstan, improving the quality of public services.
Experts highly evaluated the competitive staff selection system introduced in Kazakhstan and the formation of the "A" reserve pool. Specialists from Georgia, Azerbaijan and Estonia shared their achievements in the state administration in their countries and presented their vision for further modernization.
AIBATYR ZHUMAGULOV, KAZAKH VICE MINISTER OF NATIONAL ECONOMY:
-Our foreign colleagues showed interest in this seminar. Nearly 30 countries took part in it and evaluated Kazakhstan’s achievements in National Evaluation Capacity development. The main focus was on provision of public services. Kazakhstan presented its achievements and how they are evaluated, which spheres are prioritized in the republic.
At present, Kazakhstan occupies a leading position in providing high-quality public services in the region, and still seeking for new improvement methods and opportunities. For example, Kazakhstan is interested in the reforms in the field of digital management in Korea and Estonia. They are considered one of the most advanced in the world.