|Measure 1.14 Reaching the necessary human and material capacities in inspections and introduction of new criteria for evaluating the work of inspectors|
|Ensuring adequate human and material capacities of inspections, as well as an adequate material situation of inspectors, is necessary in order to enable further implementation of the inspection oversight reform. Bearing in mind that the average age of inspectors is 56, there is a need for developing a plan of employment of younger inspectors, while the outdated equipment used by inspectors calls for establishing a model for adequately equipping these institutions.
Furthermore, currently there is no model for evaluating the inspectors based on their work to achieve the public interests - they are rather being evaluated based on the number of performed controls, the amount of confiscated goods etc. For this reason, there is a need to design an adequate model for evaluating the work of inspectors.
|Activity||Deadline||Responsible institution||Partners in realization|
|1.14.1 Adoption of Action plan for employment of inspectors and ensuring equipment for the inspections, based on the Functional analysis of national inspections’ capacities.||Q2 2019||MPALG – Coordination Commission for Inspection Oversight||Ministry of Finance|
|1.14.2 Employing inspectors within the first year of implementation of the Action plan for the employment of young inspectors.||Q4 2019||National inspections||Ministry of Finance|
|1.14.3 Amendments to the Regulation on job classification and criteria for describing the job positions of public officers, with mandatory development of job descriptions for inspectors, amendments to methodology which should consider the work conditions for the inspectors and adapt the percent of limitation of the number of highest inspector titles.||Q2 2019||MPALG||Ministry of Finance|
|1.14.4 Introducing the term “inspector” in the job titles of public officers performing the tasks of inspection oversight.||Q4 2019||MPALG||Ministry of Finance|
|1.14.5 Establishing a comprehensive Registry of national inspectors with data about the equipment, qualifications and monitoring of career development.||Q4 2019||Coordination Commission for Inspection Oversight||National inspections|
|1.14.6 Defining the measures for achieving public interest for every inspection.||Q4 2019 – agricultural and sanitary inspection
Q4 2020 – all inspections
|Coordination Commission, MPALG||National inspections|
|1.14.7 Defining the methodology for monitoring and measuring the achievement of public interest for every inspection.||Q4 2019||Coordination Commission, MPALG||National inspections|
|1.14.8 Adoption of the Model for evaluating the work of inspectors.||Q2 2020||Coordination Commission||/|