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“In the report, the State Chancellery identified the investments required from the Recovery Fund to develop the public sector’s capacity for innovation and thus improve the quality of its services,” a statement said.

The reforms aim to “significantly increase the innovative capacity of the public sector in order to develop a modern and efficient public administration. Such an administration will be able to attract competitive staff and improve the services it provides to citizens, making them more convenient and accessible to different groups in society,” the statement read.

In order to achieve the objectives, a regulatory framework governing the functioning of the innovation ecosystem will be established and an innovation laboratory will be further developed where new solutions and services will be tested.

“Along with the development of the public sector innovation ecosystem, innovation experts will be attracted, appropriate co-working space, technical equipment and training will be provided to relevant staff, and a digital environment will be created, as well as ‘Other necessary measures will be taken,’ the statement said.

There were few specific details other than confirmation that EUR 900,000 will be provided by the Recovery Fund to implement the measures. The project will be completed by mid-2025.

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