On this website you find relevant information about the work of the EUPAN-Network. EUPAN is an informal network of the Directors General responsible for public administration in the Member States of the European Union and the European Commission. Read more
In this section you can find the topics dealt with by the recent presidencies.
On June 30, the Swedish presidency of the European Public Administration Network (EUPAN) came to an end.
Read the Farewell letter.
Take part of the Summary report of the Swedish Presidency of the EUPAN.
The first issue of the EUPAN eNews about threats and violence against civil servants. Take part of the issue here.
The second issue of the EUPAN eNews about Workforce composition, statistical. Take part of the issue here.
The Swedish Presidency’s study on good administration in European countries. Read the report here.
As part of the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Swedish Agency for Public Administration and the Swedish Agency for Government Employers brought together the working group of the European Public Administration network (EUPAN). The meeting took place in Stockholm on 27 and 28 March.
The meeting focused on some of the previously announced priorities for the Swedish EUPAN Presidency:
- Good administration in European countries: The Swedish Agency for Public Administration presented its study that was conducted within the EUPAN. On this topic, representatives from the academia participated and workshops were held on principles of good administration in a national context and tools to promote a good administration in public administrations.
- Threats, harassments and violence against civil servants in public administration was addressed in a EUPAN questionnaire and discussions were continued in smaller groups.
- Additional workshops focused on rule of law in digitalisation and artificial Intelligence and service and accessibility at the Swedish National Government Service Centre.
See the full agenda here.
Read the report: Good Administration in European countries