This public governance review of Mexico examines the regulatory framework in Mexico, explains how e-government could be used to find new approaches to old challenges, and looks at the challenge of professionalising public servants in Mexico.
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Acronyms Country factsheet: Mexico Executive summary -Principal elements of good public governance -Contribution of the three public administration levers to good governance -General conclusions on public administration reform in Mexico -Bibliography Country factsheet and Executive summary in French Chapter 1. Regulation inside government in Mexico: policies and framework -Introduction -Regulatory policy, their key elements and instruments, within the context of the OECD -Development of regulatory reform in Mexico -Evaluation of the Guillotine of Administrative Regulations -Performance indicators of the administrative handbooks -Conclusions and key recommendations -Notes -Bibliography Chapter 2. Leveraging e-government to find new approaches to old challenges -Background -The e-government context -E-government: objectives and achievements -E-government institutional and governance framework -Strengthening co-ordination and collaboration across levels of government -The National Interoperability Scheme -Measuring the government’s digital maturity -Strategic development of e-government -The National System e-México 2010-2015 -The digital economy strategy -Main e-government projects and initiatives -Maximising e-government projects’ benefits -Reduction of administrative and substantive internal regulations -Looking ahead: leveraging new e-government services -Conclusions and key recommendations -Bibliography Chapter 3. The challenges of professionalising public servants in Mexico -Introduction -The Mexican federal public administration -The Professional Career Service System (SPC) -Towards a dynamic and fair Professional Career Service -Towards a successful HRM reform -Towards the dissemination of best HR practices -Conclusion and key recommendations -Bibliography