Информатизация кадровой работы на государственной гражданской службе: новеллы законодательства и проблемы их реализации
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 article is devoted to state machinery reforming in Russia, to search of new model of mutual relations of the state and the citizen. Stages of reforms, the reasons of an inefficiency of acts are analyzed.
As administrative reforms are implemented in the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China, the importance of improving the institution of public service is steadily increasing. In the monograph presented, a study of the civil service systems of the two countries was carried out, factors contributing to the practice of interaction between the public authorities of China and Russia on the development of public service and personnel were analyzed. The focus is on the legal support for the changing nature of work with the personnel and state service reserves of both countries; ways to improve the mechanism of professional development of civil servants; conflict of interest in public service; issues of responsibility of public servants in China and Russia; experience in the legal regulation of the use of personnel technologies and advanced training, as well as trends and priorities in the training of civil servants in the development of the digital economy and the widespread dissemination of new modern technologies. The book prepared by the team of authors is one of the first monographic studies revealing new approaches in the legislation of the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China on public service. The monograph is addressed to a wide circle of readers who are interested in new trends in the development of social institutions in the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China; the work may also be requested by researchers, representatives of state authorities, as well as by anyone who is interested in the experience of the best domestic and foreign public service practices.
This chapter explores Russia’s implementation of the national e-government strategy and information policies. . Based on official, national strategic documents and a number of e-government cases that highlight different projects at the federal and regional levels, we outline the formidable barriers and idiosyncrasies of managing e-government development in Russia.
This paper is dedicated to the establishment of inclusive legal method in the system of intellectual property rights in terms of information economy.
The article is concerned with reproductive intentions of young women in the beginning of their career path in various bodies and agencies of state service, mainly of federal government. The article is based on 32 semi-structured in-depth interviews, conducted in 2016. Main research problem and main results consist in difficulties of choice of the point on a life path when career orient ed women could optimally give birth to their child. Another problem and finding concern contradiction between stated intentions to have at least one child and the fact that almost none of the researched have any children at the age of 27—30 years, and they cannot even say with some precision when they do plan to have them. In spite of the fact that all of them lack life experience of motherhood, and despite their overall rather positive attitude to the latter, and in the condition when they feel significant social pressure of normative ideas concerning normality of motherhood in life of any woman, the participants postpone motherhood until indefinite future and, as a rule, believe that this is going to be incompatible with their present jobs with their working hours, requirements, and salary. This is mainly due to the fact that the other two norms influence them, namely, that mothering should be intense, and that «a good worker» should give all her energy to the job.
The collecvtive monography is deducated to the subject of the Management of personnel in public/state organizations. The main chapters of the monography are: Recruiting, carrier trajectories and conflicts in state organizatios; effectiveness and result-oriented activity of the personnel of state organizations; Values, image and labor market; Professional competencies and training of civil servants.