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OECD Public Governance Reviews
Towards More Effective and Dynamic Public Management in Mexico
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  27 Jul 2011
Pages: 288 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264116221 , OECD Code: 422011101P1
Price:   €70 | $98 | £63 | ¥9100 | MXN1260 , Standard shipping included!
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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.

Table of contents:

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
Country factsheet and Executive summary in French
Chapter 1. Regulation inside government in Mexico: policies and framework
-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
Chapter 2. Leveraging e-government to find new approaches to old challenges
-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
Chapter 3. The challenges of professionalising public servants in Mexico
-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

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