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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Natal`ya Chechetkina
Criteria of Effectiveness of an Organisation of public property management (on the example of the Federal Agency Rosimushestvo)
Faculty of Public Administration
Master’s programme
2014
Many countries in modern practice use management approaches of business organizations in the context of improving of public organizations management. During to administrative reform in the Russian Federation we also get to improving the efficiency of public organizations' practice and practicies of evaluation this efficiency. Currently, many government bodies of the Russian Federation have no systematic approach to evaluating their effectiveness. The purpose of this study is to develop criteria of effectiveness for the Federal Agency "Federal Property Management Agency " to improve the efficiency of state property management .

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