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2022 ◽  
pp. 325-337
Sergey Kirsanov ◽  
Evgeny Safonov ◽  
Ferruh Tuzcuoglu ◽  
Zahid Mammadov

This chapter is devoted to the description of the existing system of training, retraining, and advanced training of state and municipal employees in Russia and the proposal of options for solving the problems facing society and strengthening Russian statehood. The organization of training, retraining, and advanced training of state and municipal employees includes a system of measures to create new, re-profile, and improve existing educational institutions and optimize the mechanisms for competitive selection and selection of trainees and teachers. At the same time, education has a decisive role in training personnel for state and municipal service.

Alla B. Myasnikova

The article examines the ethnocultural processes taking place in the Finno-Ugric community, on the example of the implementation of the program “Cultural capital of the Finno-Ugric world.” For several years, the project has provided an opportunity for the Finno-Ugric peoples to communicate more, exchange experience, allow them to declare their characteristics, show the uniqueness and originality of peoples, nature, and culture. At the same time, it stimulates the cultural and economic development of the regions where the Finno-Ugric peoples live. The title of the capital of culture is awarded after passing two rounds: the first – competitive selection of applications; the second is the presentation of your project. The status of the Finno-Ugric capital is assigned for one year and imposes a special responsibility on the organizers, since the events are attended by a large number of people and they are widely covered in the media. During the course of this program, settlements from Russia, Estonia and Hungary received this title.

B.V. Ivanov ◽  
S.V. Kristalinskaya ◽  
E.A. Gladysheva ◽  
D.A. Dobrynin

The article presents the results of the analysis of the indicators of the competitions of grants of the President of the Russian Federation held in 2020 for state support of young Russian scientists and competitive selection for receiving personal scholarships named after J.I. Alferov for young scientists in the field of physics and nanotechnology: generalized data on the number of publications of winners, distribution of participants and winners by research areas, federal districts, regions, departments and organizations.

10.28945/4891 ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 16 ◽  
pp. 491-503
Amichai Mitelman ◽  
Yahel Giat

Aim/Purpose: This paper reports a case study of organizational transition from a non-competitive selection method to a novel bidding method for the selection of consultants in the Architectural and Engineering (A/E) industry. Background: Public procurement agencies are increasingly relying on external consultants for the design of construction projects. Consultant selection can be based on either competitive bidding, or quality-based criteria, or some combination between these two approaches. Methodology: Different sources of information were reviewed: internal documents, and quantitative data from the enterprise software platform (ERP). In addition, informal and unstructured interviews were conducted with relevant officials. Contribution: As there are mixed opinions in the scientific literature regarding the use of competitive bidding for the selection of consultants in the A/E industry, this paper contributes a detailed review of a transition to a competitive selection method and provides a financial and qualitative comparison between the two methods. In addition, the method implemented is novel, as it delegates most of the responsibility of hiring and managing consultants to one main contractor. Findings: While the new selection method was intended to reduce bureaucratic overload, it has unexpectedly also succeeded to reduce costs as well. Recommendations for Practitioners: It may be more efficient and profitable to adopt the selection method described in this study. Recommendation for Researchers: Similar methods can be applied to other industries successfully. Impact on Society: Our method was applied in a public organization and resulted in a better outcome, both financial and managerial. Adopting this approach can benefit public budgets. Future Research: The selection, data storage, and analysis methods are interrelated components. Future analysis of these components can help better shape the consultant selection process.

2021 ◽  
Vol 33 (3) ◽  
pp. 15-31
Yurii Skyba

The article presents the results of a study of domestic practices for recruiting vacant teacher positions in the context of university autonomy. After studying the practice of implementing personnel policy by leading domestic universities (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, National Aviation University and Sumy State University) 8 stages of employee selection procedures were specified. At different stages of the competitive selection in the studied universities, certain differences were revealed, namely, in the requirements for the scientific and pedagogical experience of applicants, the availability of publications in scientometric databases, the procedure for checking documents submitted for the competition, consideration of documents by the competition committee, the procedure for discussing candidates during a meeting of the structural unit. Based on a survey of teachers regarding the university's independent establishment of requirements for applicants for positions, it was found that the implementation of this tool of personnel autonomy was unavailable since about half of the respondents expressed warnings about the transparency and openness of its implementation in domestic universities.

2021 ◽  
Fabien Gensbittel ◽  
Dana Pizarro ◽  
Jerome Renault

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