Performance Analysis of the Romanian Administration

Marius Constantin PROFIROIU, Ana Claudia ȚAPARDEL, Christine MIHĂESCU (DEMETER)


The performance of public administration is one of the top priorities of the national governments worldwide, not only for Romania. The role of a performing management system at the level of public administration is to ensure a high quality and efficiency of the adopted policies and strategies, of the provided public services and of the administrative act itself, and to guarantee the advantage of a competitive and efficient administration both in relation to its own citizens, and in competition with other cities and countries throughout Europe and all around the world. Following these considerations, and based upon an empirical research conducted with the aid of a survey regarding ‘The analysis of the performance level of the Romanian public administration’ the article aims to (1) identify modern management tools that determine and influence the performance of Romanian public institutions, (2) analyze the effects of using project management as organizational capacity development instruments by public administration in Romania, and (3) determine the influence and effects of the external factors on the performance and development of Romanian public administration.


public administration; performance; performance management; strategic planning and management; project management.

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