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Codes of Collaboration Collection

 

Many governments regulate the way government units collaborate with other government units and/or external actors such as business entities, professional bodies, civil society organizations and citizens.

This online Codes of Collaboration collection gives an overview to a selection of relevant rules and regulations for collaboration in Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Hungary, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain and the United Kingdom. The collection is not an exhaustive list but shows the complexity and variation of how collaboration is regulated across multiple areas of governance and public administration.

The majority of documents were collected in spring 2018, and you can find more information on these in the reports from Work Package 2 Consult original sources for potential amendments and/or replacements. Please contact info@tropico-project.eu or the Work Package Leader Agnes Batory for further information.

 

 

TypeDocuments
 

Constitutions referring to collaboration within government and/or with external actors

 

                        

 

Laws, administrative regulations and instructions referring to collaboration within government and/or with external actors

 

  • On procedural frameworks for legislation
              
  • On procedural frameworks for public administration

                                            

  • On civil service

                   

  • Codes of ethics of public       service personnel

                       

  • On coordinating bodies and arrangements for horizontal      and vertical collaboration

                               

 

Government guidelines, programmes, plans, strategies and agreements referring to collaboration within government and/or with external actors

 

  • On procedures for involving citizens and external actors
                   
  • On public administration        reform and modernization

                     

  • On vertical and horizontal   coordinating  structures

       

  • On service delivery and  contractual involvements