“The reduction and aging of the workforce and the lack of relevant skills are holding back the ability of the public sector to produce results”: is the warning launched by the OECD in the document ‘Economic studies of the OECD-‘ Italy ‘published in Paris . The international body therefore recommends our country to “rejuvenate the public sector workforce, through greater agility in the recruitment, training and career management processes, with particular attention to filling gaps in staff skills, such as those needed to enable the digitization of the public sector “. “Increasing the effectiveness of the Italian public sector is more urgent than ever”: it reads.
For the OECD, this “will be the key to ensuring the expected boost to public investments, improving the business climate and guaranteeing access to quality public services throughout the country”. “The quality of public goods and services varies, and a wide spectrum of burdensome and uncoordinated regulations and procedures slow down the dynamism of companies”, warns the OECD, adding that “trust in public institutions is among the highest levels. low recorded in OECD countries. Over the next few years, Italy will face an unprecedented opportunity to improve the effectiveness of its public sector through the resources and strategic objectives of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. the renewal of public services and the contributions deriving from digitization and innovation “.
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