“Control Agencies and Reform Attempts in Lebanon” is a research conducted by CLS. The research will look into how administrative and human resources reforms are addressed by states agencies, namely the Central Inspection Board, Civil Service Board, General Disciplinary Council, Ministry of Finance, and the Court of Accounts. These institutions are the highest authorities responsible for personnel affairs and administrative accountability within Lebanese state institutions. The study will select public officials and ministers who have been in charge of control agencies, ministries (including the Ministry of Finance and OMSAR) as well as leading members of quasi-governmental institutions, such as the Council for Development and Reconstruction. The study will focus on administrative reform since 2005.
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