Yesterday, a new technical cooperation project aimed at supporting the public administration in Moldova was launched with the assistance of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
The project, entitled “Attractive and Efficient Public Administration in Moldova,” has a total value of 6 million euros and a duration of 3 years. It will be implemented by the German Agency for International Cooperation (GIZ) in collaboration with Moldova’s State Chancellery and Ministry of Finance, as reported by the government’s communication department.
The project aims to enhance citizens’ access to administrative services and implement modern human resources management practices within the public administration. Concurrently, it seeks to promote sustainable and transparent management of public funds. An additional crucial aspect involves fostering the exchange of expertise between the State Chancellery, the Finance Ministry, subordinate authorities, and their counterparts from the European Union and aspiring EU member states.
Furthermore, the project aligns with the priorities of the public administration reform strategy and the action plan for implementing recommendations from the SIGMA report, which monitors Moldova’s performance in public administration in relation to its principles.