Fast Facts - Public Administration08 Jul 2013
The overarching goal of Montenegro’s public administration reform is a modern administrative system, ready to rise to the process of EU accession. To ensure efficient response to the particular demands from the central administration, UNDP has established a Capacity Development Programme (CDP) in 2003. The CDP emerged to fill an institutional building role, which was not being addressed by the larger scale technical assistance programmes that were available. It is UNDP Montenegro's joint programme with the Government of Montenegro.
- UNDP in Montenegro, through CDP, helped in preparation of the Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA) with the EU.
- CDP assisted in the introduction of new EU related dimensions in the state exam and development of Manual for State exam for all civil servants.
- CDP, together with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and EU Integration of Montenegro, organizied six world-wide recognized Montenegrin Summer Schools for Young Diplomats.