January 18, 2019
On January 16, the Head of RusAccreditation participated in panel discussion "Modern public administration: we are changing for you" as a part of 10th Gaidar Forum "Russia and the World: National Development Goals and Global Trends". Issues of reorganizing the establishment's activities as a way to improve the quality of citizens' lives were discussed at the meeting. Deputy Minister of Economic Development Vadim Zhivulin, Deputy Minister of Construction, Housing and Utilities Andrey Chibis, Voronezh Region Governor Alexander Gusev, Ryazan Region Governor Nikolay Lyubimov, Kaliningrad Region Deputy Governor Natalia Sibireva, Nizhny Novgorod Region Deputy Governor Andrey Betin attended the discussion.
During the event, Head of RusAccreditation Alexey Khersontsev talked about the implementation project on the introduction of value-based management mechanisms, which began in 2018, with the support of the Center for Strategic Development and the Center for Change Management at the Higher School of Public Administration, RANEPA. Its goal is to increase labor productivity and meliorate the quality of services by improving the organizational culture of RusAccreditation team.
When discussing the improvement of public administration processes, Alexey Khersontsev urged the participants not to forget that these processes are implemented by workforce. At the early stage, it was important to take into account public administration's general values, as well as the specific functions and tasks of RusAccreditation. Thereupon, the mission of RusAccreditation was defined. Then, the values were determined: trust, competence, team, adaptability. Plans of the Federal Service for Accreditation include gradual introduction of rules of conduct for employees developed in accordance with these values.
Gaidar Forum is the largest international forum of experts that are influential to socio-economic development of regions and states. Within the framework of the anniversary forum, over 100 events took place: panel and expert discussions, debates, analytical reports, public lectures, and round tables.