Основные формы GR-работы по регулированию взаимодействия бизнес-корпораций с государственными органами
Managing the peaceful transition of authoritarian states to democracy and a market-economic system represents a tremendous challenge. Whether it comes to reconstituting the coherency of the state following armed conflict, expanding participation rights and the rule of law in emerging democracies, overcoming corrupt structures, fighting poverty and inequality, or establishing clear rules for stable market-economic competition, the requirements are enormous, and the pressure on responsible leaders is intense. After all, the quality of political management makes an essential contribution to the success or failure of transformation processes. The Bertelsmann Stiftung’s Transformation Index (BTI) thus systematically places political decision-makers’ steering capability at the heart of its analysis and, as a result, is the only index in the world that measures and compares the quality of governance with self-collected data. This is done in the firm conviction that the ongoing comparative study of transformation processes is invaluable for the successful design of reforms and holds enormous global potential to learn from different political strategies for steering change, even though diverse traditions, power configurations, resources and cultures necessarily make each transformation process unique. The BTI measures and compares transition processes in 129 transformation countries with data collected between 2013 and 2015 and establishes their global rating based on detailed country reports. Now in its seventh edition, it offers the opportunity to understand long-term trends and global developments through the analysis of time-series data. The spotlight on current developments is thus complemented by a decade of data that captures the most varied transformation processes and puts into perspective recent progress and setbacks on the way to democracy and a market economy.
Performance management of local governance in Russia becomes nowadays more important. It happens due to the fact that a quality of public and local services in a great extent determines a quality of day-to-day life. Nevertheless the performance management for local authorities couldn’t be formed downwards. Primarily these methods should provide citizens’ satisfaction of an urban environment quality. Accordingly composite performance management methods for local authorities should be developed. They ought to combine the statistics and citizens’ surveys results.
In this article we present an analysis of Russian legislation and a regional practice of local authorities performance management. Also was formed a chart of analysis of different departments of city administrations to develop some elements of assessment and monitoring of local authorities activities and enhance citizens’ satisfaction. In addition, were discussed some questions of the statistics and surveys results correlation and possible errors of assessment.
The issue is devoted to outsourcing using by public authorities. In the issue there is the experience of using administrative processes in the RF subjects. The nature of public duties that can be outsourced are determined. Outsourcing is seen as a technology of public administration.
The article considers the Institution of Presidential Commissioner for Children's Rights in the Russian Federation. The author analyzes legal aspects and features of this institute in Russia. The article gives the complex efficiency assessment of the Institution of Presidential Commissioner in the Russian Federation and the main directions of his activity.