The Aragonese Institute of public administration, a proposal, in collaboration with the General direction of citizen participation, external action and cooperation of the Government of Aragon, convened within its annual training Plan for 2012 the "Seminar of modernization and opening the management public" course. The course, aimed at the staff of the public administration, was held in the Pignatelli building (Zaragoza), seat of the Government of Aragon, the days September 27 and October 26.
cartelreyes3The course was aimed at analyzing the transformations that are taking place in recent years in the Spanish public administration, as well as legislative and strategic developments that attempt to respond to the current challenges. A change that tends toward configuration management relationship, promoting greater openness as the axis of the administrative modernization policy.
The course was six hours, 11:30 to 14:30 hours, and was held at the Sala Jerónimo Zurita of the building Pignatelli, seat of the Government of Aragon. Thursday, September 27, following the inauguration of Blanca Solans García, Director General of citizen participation, external action and cooperation, the Professor of constitutional law at the University of Valencia, Lorenzo Cotino bone, analyzed developments in the regulation of transparency and participation through electronic and telematic media. Subsequently, Severiano Fernández Ramos, Professor of public law of the University of Cádiz, explained the most important aspects of the draft State law on transparency, access to public information and corporate governance and its implications for the regional administration.
Meanwhile, on Friday, October 26, Joan Subirats Humet, Professor of science policy of the Autonomous University of Barcelona, reflected on new public management and the need for reform and adaptation of public administrations to the current challenges. Finally, Professor and Director of the Department of law public of the University of La Coruña, Jaime Rodríguez-Arana, analyzed the most important implications of the principles of governance and good governance in public administration.
At the end of each session opened a debate that allowed participation and reflection of the audience with the speakers. September 27 debate was moderated by Blanca Solans Garcia, while on 26 October was Ignacio Murillo Garcia-Atance, General Director of the public function and quality of the services of the Government of Aragon, responsible for moderating and log off.