NATO Restructures Georgia’s Civilian Sector As Well
Ministry of Defence of Georgia
July 25, 2014
Third Phase of NATO PDP Program Launched
NATO-Georgia Professional Development Programme (PDP) has moved to a new phase. Starting of a new stage of the PDP program has been solemnly marked today. Deputy Minister of Defence Tamar Karosanidze attended the event. She addressed the audience and stressed importance of the program.
Head of the NATO Liaison Office in Georgia William Lahue, representatives of non-governmental organizations and Diplomatic Corps accredited to Georgia attended the presentation of a new phase of the program.
This part of the program aims at the implementation of system reforms in the public sector and supporting realization of priorities of Georgia with regard to NATO. Special attention will be attributed to security sector as well. The following stage of the PDP Program envisages the recommendations based on assessment of the second phase.
Within the frames of the program, organizational development and system reforms will be supported in different public organizations within the frames of the program. The third phase also envisages development of the capabilities of professional development organizations operating in Georgia’s public agencies and streamlining public servants’ skills through special programs and practical consultations.