The article makes an attempt to identify link between the models of public service and some effective methods of stimulating civil servants’ performance. Making use of the basic elements of the institutional theory helps draw a conclusion that development of the public civil service in accordance with the NPM models does not only take into account any positive externals for modeling informal relations, but ignores their historical, social and cultural role in the country. Key words: civil service, gifts exchange theory, institutional economy, stimulation of civil servants, models of bureaucracy.
This publication covers the main categories of the civil service. Special attention is paid to the legal status of the state civil servant, and his interaction with businesses, as well as the prevention of corruption risks in the implementation of professional activities. The issues of conflict of interest settlement in the state civil service are considered separately. The publication is addressed to students studying at the faculty of master's degree program "State and business", civil servants studying at the faculty of advanced training.
Information technologies have become very important elements of modern public administration. Today, digitalization and electronic document management are implemented in all public relations and have a high priority. All this could not leave without attention and the institution of public service. At the end of 2017, the legislation on public service was amended to further develop the Informatization of the personnel work of state bodies, which are analyzed in this article.
The Russian and foreign experience of anti-corruption convinces that for implementation of anti-corruption standards of office behavior of the public civil servants it is necessary to strengthen influence of ethical and moral standards on observance by employees of the bans, restrictions and requirements established for anti-corruption purposes. The author is convinced that this can be done through the formation of an ethical regime in the public civil service, which is understood as a set of ethical standards, mechanisms to ensure their compliance, as well as ethical infrastructure and the use of ethical auditing. The article analyzes the main components of the ethical regime and directions of improving the ethical foundations of public service. A set of further measures to transform the ethnic component of the culture of civil servants into an integral part of their professional performance is proposed and justified.
One of the measures to combat corruption is the prevention and resolution of conflicts of interest. In this regard, an anti-corruption ban for citizens after leaving the civil service is very important, the implementation of which in practice faces a number of difficulties. The article analyzes the problems of applying the norms of anti-corruption legislation in the employment of former state civil servants. A number of amendments to the anti-corruption legislation and the state civil service are proposed and justified.