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Administrative and Legal Regulation of the State Civil Service

Student: Kristina Prosnyakova

Supervisor: Anastasia Loginovа

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

Administrative and legal regulation of the state civil service. The subject of the research is a set of administrative and legal norms that form the institution of public service, and the current legislation of the Russian Federation that forms it. The object of the research is social relations that arise during the course of public service. The purpose of this research is to identify on the basis of a comprehensive problem-legal analysis of modern Russian legislation in the field of administrative and legal regulation of public service, trends and features of such regulation, and determine possible prospects for its improvement. Based on the purpose of the study, the following tasks are defined: - define the concept and identify the essence of the state civil service; - consider the sources of legal regulation of the state civil service in the Russian Federation; - to establish the features of the legal status of a state civil servant; - to investigate the administrative and legal regulation of the personnel reserve in the state civil service; - analyze the features of administrative responsibility of state civil servants; - to identify the problems of legal regulation of the institution of conflicts of interest and issues of preventing corruption in the civil service. The methodological basis of the research is a complex of General scientific and special methods of cognition: system, historical, sociological, comparative legal, method of transition from the abstract to the concrete, from the General to the particular. The thesis is completed on sixty-five pages, consists of an introduction, three chapters and a list of literature consisting of sixty-seven literary sources. The first Chapter "General characteristics of the Institute of state civil service in the Russian Federation" reveals the concept and essence of the state civil service, as well as describes the sources of legal regulation of the state civil service in the Russian Federation. The second Chapter is devoted to the administrative and legal status of a state civil servant. Here are the features of the legal status of the state civil servant and administrative and legal regulation of the personnel reserve in the state civil service. The third Chapter reveals the perspectives of responsibility of civil servants. Namely, administrative responsibility of civil servants and the institution of conflicts of interest in the civil service. The effectiveness of the functioning of the modern institution of state civil service depends directly on the state of the current legislation in the sphere of relations under consideration. Creating an effective public service is a direct goal of administrative reforms in recent decades and one of the main vectors of state construction in the Russian Federation. The institution of the state civil service plays an important role in the process of performing the main functions of the state. A well-established mechanism for performing civil service depends largely on giving civil servants an effective set of rights and obligations that constitute their legal status. In this regard, the subjective factor of the state civil service – i.e. civil servants whose administrative and legal status has not yet received the necessary scientific understanding-is of particular interest. The state civil service of the Russian Federation is one of the types of public service in Russia, the essence of which consists in the professional service activities of Russian citizens in positions provided for by law, aimed at the implementation of the powers of Federal and regional authorities, as well as the implementation of the powers of subjects who are in Federal and regional public positions. The results of this research can be used by lawyers, as well as law students.

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