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12.06.2014|Government Office

Government Office presented the results of the first Task Force to the Government

As a result of the work of the Task Force on combining the skills of people and labour market changes, every person in Estonia can soon evaluate their skills in a self-assessment online platform and find out what skills or knowledge they need to acquire to be more successful. In addition, the...
The collection “Iseseisvusmanifest. Artikleid, dokumente, mälestusi” (Declaration of Independence: Articles, Documents, Recollections)
23.05.2014|Government Office

Book released about one of Estonia’s most important documents

The National Archives of Estonia and the Government Office today presented in the Stenbock House a book about the history of the Estonian Declaration of Independence. The collection “Iseseisvusmanifest. Artikleid, dokumente, mälestusi” (Declaration of Independence: Articles, Documents,...
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10.05.2014|Government Office

The Government Office has submitted the Open Government Partership Action Plan for public consultation.

It was decided in the course of preparatory discussions concerning the Action Plan that the Plan would focus on the development of public services, inclusion in the process of policy-making and budgetary transparency. Based on these priorities, the Government Office mapped specific actions to be...
The ending ceremony of the program for management talents in Stenbock House, 30th April 2014. Photo: Government Office
30.04.2014|Government Office

The first program for management talents ended successfully

Seven young people with talents for management have passed the first Estonian management talents program and will continue their work as civil servants.   The main objective of the program was to bring young and talented people to public service and to train them to be able to one day...
Preparatory meeting on the Open Government Action Plan 2014–2016. Stenbock House, 17 April 2014. Photo: Government Office
28.04.2014|Government Office

The Open Government Action Plan focuses on public services, engagement and transparency

The responsible body for the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Action Plan in Estonia is the Government Office. The Action Plan 2014–2016 focuses on the development of public services, engagement in the process of policy-making and budgetary transparency.   The new government that took...
23.04.2014|Government Office

Government Office announces a scholarship for researchers of work of Estonian heads of state

Government Office in cooperation with the National Archives announces a scholarship "Estonian Heads of State 1918-1940/1944". By Estonian Victory Day, 23rd June, a 20,000 Euro scholarship will be given out for research on the life and work of Estonian heads of state.   The purpose of the...
10 years of the accession to the European Union and NATO celebrated in Estonia
16.04.2014|Government Office

10 years of the accession to the European Union and NATO celebrated in Estonia

This spring will mark 10 years from Estonia's accession to the European Union and NATO. A number of events and other activities will take place on this occasion.    The biggest public event will take place on Thursday, 1st May. To celebrate the accession to the European Union as well as...
Georgia Secretary of State Maya Tskitishvili in Stenbock House 21.03.2014 Photo: Government Office
21.03.2014|Government Office

Georgia's Secretary of State visiting Estonia

In cooperation with the OECD, the State Secretary of Georgia Maya Tskitishvili with her delegation is in the Government Office today to get an overview of the structure and work of the Government Office and the work organization and planning of activities in Estonia.   The State...
Estonia, Finland and the OECD will cooperate in state governance
27.02.2014|Government Office

Estonia, Finland and the OECD will cooperate in state governance

Estonia, Finland and the OECD will initiate a project, as a result of which reports will be completed on the subject of state governance and e-governance of both countries.   The reports will be on the best practices in international comparison and will advise in promoting the cooperation in...
Governmental authorities will introduce a common visual identity
11.02.2014|Government Office

Governmental authorities will introduce a common visual identity

Tallinn, Stenbock House, 11 February 2014 – Today marks the beginning of the transition of the governmental authorities to a common visual identity. A common identity is based on the national coat of arms and the three-lion logo derived from it.   “The introduction of a common visual...

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