Kazakhstan’s public service model is adopted by other countries
Kazakhstan’s successful experience in the establishment of the effective public service model is adopted by other countries, including Central Asian states. The specialists of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of Kazakhstan held a seminar for their Uzbek colleagues. A project management development center was established a year ago as part of the academy. The center is engaged in the development of training and certification of public servants based on the international best practices. Currently, about 4,500 Kazakh public servants are covered by the education. Uzbek public servants expressed interest in these innovations.
DILFUZA RAKHIMOVA, SPOKESPERSON, ACADEMY OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION UNDER PRESIDENT OF UZBEKISTAN:
- A memorandum was signed as part of the cooperation between the Academies of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. We are interested in learning Kazakhstan’s experience in public service, the establishment of project offices and practical application of project management. A lot of practical work has been done in Kazakhstan.
ALTAIR AKHMETOV, DEPUTY RECTOR, ACADEMY OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION UNDER PRESIDENT OF KAZAKHSTAN:
- The Academy has a good potential and competence in project management. In addition to our Uzbek colleagues, public servants from the Russian Academy of Public Administration, Tatarstan and other countries are interested in visiting us as well. Their delegations are planning their visits.