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Risks of public administration bodies

Risks of public administration bodies are a group of risks that reflects the impact on the public administration system of internal factors of public administration bodies. Such as limitation of powers, corruption, inconsistency of divisions (departments, departments, departments), development of bureaucracy and administrative facilities, lack of shots and also other factors. These risks affect both the entire internal structure of the elements of the system under study and the associated risks and factors of their occurrence.

Risks of public administration bodies are divided into:

  • risk of inconsistency of units;
  • risk of lack of highly qualified personnel;
  • risk of internal corruption;
  • risk of underfunding;
  • risk of dissatisfaction of other entities of the system;
  • risk of bureaucracy;
  • the risk of reform;
  • risk of limited powers;
  • risk of administrative apparatus expansion;
  • risk of failure to achieve strategic goals and objectives;
  • other risks related to the activities of public administration bodies.

Indicators of identification of this risk group are:

  • dynamics of the committed offenses, including corruption;
  • amount and structure of funding;
  • indicators of renewal and abolition of authority;
  • number and structure of departments;
  • changes in personnel;
  • the degree of satisfaction of the population and the business community;
  • level of bureaucracy;
  • growth indicators of the administrative apparatus;
  • many other indicators for assessing the performance of public administration bodies.

    Ways to evaluate risks of public administration bodies:

    • control of units consistency;
    • assessment of the level and structure of funding;
    • identification of possible corruption links;
    • analysis of the level of bureaucracy;
    • assessment of the satisfaction of the needs of all entities of the system;
    • monitoring of changes in legislation, including the powers of individual bodies;
    • analysis of personnel composition and working conditions;
    • control of administrative apparatus expansion;
    • other modern means of assessing and monitoring the activities of public administration bodies.

    Methods of managing risks of public administration bodies:

    • increased funding;
    • abolition of extra (not effective) units;
    • creation of an enabling environment for recruitment and retention;
    • preventive work and increased penalties for corruption offences;
    • reducing the level of bureaucratization;
    • updating the legislation and expanding the powers of individual bodies;
    • development of measures to systematize the work of subdivisions and improve the quality of the system as a whole;
    • search and implementation of modern methods of planning, forecasting and monitoring;
    • creation of reserve funds, etc.