Trainings for Civil Servants on Civil Service Reform in Georgia

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Government of Georgia;



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Project Description:


PMCG, as part of the consortium led by Tetra Tech ARD, under the framework of the USAID-funded program “Good Governance Initiative (GGI)”, is providing support to the Civil Service Bureau of Georgia to enhance the capacity of the Government of Georgia’s (GoG) civil servants as future trainers on the Law on Civil Service.

PMCG has developed a manual/training materials, agenda and methodology to support the training of selected GoG civil servants as future trainers at central and local levels on the principles, policies and legislation related to civil service reform in Georgia. Specifically, PMCG is working with the Head of the CSB and relevant staff of the CSB to prepare a manual/training materials and the appropriate methodology for the Training of Trainers (ToT).

PMCG is conducting the following activities:

  • Designing the ToT outline and supportive resource materials with the appropriate methodology on the new Law on Civil Service
  • Developing pre- and post-training assessment tools to determine the impact of the training and follow-up steps
  • Holding ToT for selected senior HR and legal department managers from key GoG agencies including CSB; delivering the thematic presentations on the Civil Service Legislation


Background information:

USAID has awarded Tetra Tech ARD with a 5-year contract under the Office of Democracy and Governance, whose purpose is to support the Government of Georgia in strengthening overall transparency, accountability and effectiveness of selected governance and service delivery systems. GGI’s work targets the legislative and executive branches at both the central and local government levels. To ensure greater government accountability, GGI works with government and civil society representatives to enhance public participation and disseminate public information about key reforms. This activity addresses the Governing Justly and Democratically Objective of U.S. Government Foreign Assistance, and especially the promotion of well-governed states and civil society areas.

The objectives of GGI are to improve administrative and financial management of public institutions at all levels, to increase civic engagement and improved access to independent, reliable and balanced information relevant to Georgia’s good governance, to strengthen policy development and lawmaking processes and to strengthen institutional oversight of government.

Follow the links below for related projects:

Good Governance Initiative (GGI)
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