The international cooperation

The effective implementation of the Kazakhstan-2050 Strategy, the Concept of Kazakhstan becoming one of the 30 most developed countries in the world, the Five Institutional Reforms, the Nationwide Plan “100 Concrete Steps” and other strategic and program documents require the study and adaptation of international best practices, constant interaction with foreign partners. In this context, the Agency for Civil Service Affairs is actively developing international cooperation in the fields of civil service and monitoring the quality of public services.

International treaty basis

In the field of civil service, there are 14 memorandums of understanding with Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Hungary, Finland, Armenia, Thailand, France, Great Britain, Afghanistan, Georgia, Estonia, Israel, South Korea, and Tajikistan.

Cooperation with international and other organizations

The Agency cooperates with leading international organizations and financial institutions such as the United Nations, the United Nations Development Program, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the Asian Development Bank and others. Agency representatives actively participate in annual meetings and other events of these organizations. Currently, the Agency, together with UNDP in the Republic of Kazakhstan, is implementing a project “Improving the mechanisms for professionalizing the state apparatus, ensuring the quality of public services and preventing corruption”. The aim of the project is to ensure effective, transparent and accountable work of state bodies by promoting the development of a professional state apparatus, providing quality services, increasing the anti-corruption culture and creating a “zero tolerance” for corruption in society. In addition, the Agency is actively cooperating with the Astana hub in the field of public service. As part of the joint plan, various events are held, including conferences, seminars, trainings and research.

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