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Issue № 29. December 2011

Strong Institutes and Federal Policy Coordination

Gennady L. Kupryashin

Ph.D., associate professor, Management Theory and Technology Department, School of Public Administration, Lomonosov Moscow State University.
E-mail: gkupryashin@gmail.com

The article examines the impact of administrative institutes on policy coordination issues. Policy coordination is a bipartite issue – the government has to guarantee that what needs to be done, will be done, and that it will be done efficiently, without bureaucracy wasting the resources. Policy coordination includes interactions between different levels of government, commercial and civil organizations. Effective and responsible administration requires a more adaptive approach to program management, but administrative potential limits strategic goals and results.

Keywords

Administrative institutes, policy coordination, effective and responsible government, administrative potential.

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