Legal Consolidation of Universal Professional Competencies of Heads of Territorial Bodies of Federal Executive Bodies
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Firsov Maxim V. Director of the Department of coordination with subordinate organizations and property complex
Federal State Budgetary Institution «Kurchatov Institute National Research Centre»
Russian Federation Dzikovsky Andrey S. Director
Federal State Budgetary Institution «Directorate for supporting the activities of State Property Management (Rosimuschestvo)»
Russian Federation
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This article is devoted to the study of qualification requirements for the heads of territorial bodies of federal executive bodies, as well as to the improvement of the elements of the competence-based approach in their assignment. The relevance of the problems considered in the article is due to the significantly increased requirements for the quality of public administration, qualifications and professionalism of the heads of territorial bodies. Based on the analysis, the article presents a legal justification for the need to legally consolidate the concept of universal professional competencies, improve the methodology for their assessment and development, as one of the fundamental ways to improve the efficiency of public administration. Specific proposals for the implementation of the scientific idea are formulated.
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universal competencies, professional competencies, qualification requirements, civil service, territorial bodies, federal executive bodies.