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30% of civil servants will be reduced in Yakutia by 2024

30% of civil servants will be reduced in Yakutia by 2024
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The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, signed a decree on the tasks of modernizing public administration until 2024. It provides for the reduction of public servants by 30%.

According to the press service of the government of the republic, by 2024, the time spent on decision-making in the executive bodies of state power intend to reduce by 25%. And the provision of 70% of public services will be transferred to electronic format.

Among the tasks was also noted the simplification of the structure of managerial decision-making, the reduction of the terms for the provision of public services, the redistribution and minimization of the use of resources, the formation of a new organizational culture, the increase in the productivity and quality of work of civil servants.

Earlier, Aisen Nikolaev stated that many officials in Yakutia work the old fashioned way, and the inflated staff of civil servants impedes the implementation of tasks. Reduction will affect all government agenciesstarting with the government and parliament, ending with local governments.



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