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EPSA 2013

EPSA 2013 Results

After the closure of the call for applications on 24 April, the EPSA Team at EIPA is pleased to announce yet another successful edition with 230 projects received from 26 European countries and EU institutions under the overarching theme "Weathering the Storm: Creative Solutions in a Time of Crisis". Together with the cases submitted to the EPSA 2009 and 2011 editions, this represents over 800 cases that will be available in the EPSA eKnowledge Platform to be released by the end of the year.

 

As a novelty of this 2013 edition, public administrations could submit their projects under three different administrative categories (European/National, Regional and Supra-local and Local). Nearly half of all entries were in the category Supra-local and Local, followed by European/National and Regional. The top submitters were Spain, Poland, Italy, Portugal and Romania respectively.


  EPSA 2013 applications per country

Applications per administrative category



The prize winners and nominees will be presented during a three-day high-level final event and award ceremony in Maastricht (NL) from 25 until 27 November 2013 and all submitters are most welcome to attend this event.



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This book aims to demonstrate that various creative and smart routes to excellent solutions are possible, by analysing success stories in different areas of local public management from seven European cities in the EPSA scheme – Bilbao (ES), Birmingham (UK), Mannheim (DE), Milan (IT), Tallinn (EE), Tampere (FI), and Trondheim (NO). It concludes by presenting seven steps leading to excellence. The only thing left to find out is: are other cities ready to take on the challenge?


In Search of Local Public Management Excellence Seven Journeys to Success

Versión castellana: En busca de la excelencia en la gestión pública local – Siete caminos al éxito

Auf der Suche nach Exzellenz in der Kommunalen Öffentlichen Verwaltung - Sieben Wege zum Erfolg

What kind of ideas are behind the remodelling of the state and public sector, and how have these ideas materialized in practice? In this book the authors illustrate what are the driving forces behind the huge amount of public management reforms over the last three decades. Trends and ideas of public management reforms in practice are validated by data from European Public Sector Award cases (2009 and 2011).




Public Management in the 21st Century


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