Dvorkovich suggested to introduce to the officials “the right to be wrong”
According to the Vice Prime Minister, such a right must be civil servants, focused on ambitious outcomes rather than the current process.
KRASNOYARSK, April 21. /TASS/. Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich supported the proposals of the participants of the Krasnoyarsk economic forum to change approaches to ensure the efficiency of public administration, however, proposed to introduce a “right to error”. This opinion was expressed at a session of the forum on key elements of the reform of the public administration system.
“Of course, should not have the right to the second and third mistake. It’s too much. But one mistake should certainly be right” — said Dvorkovich.
According to him, is entitled to a mistake must have officials focused on ambitious outcomes rather than the current process.
“This is very important, but it must be formulated at the level of the political leadership. Otherwise, the system won’t be that way to work,” he said.
Earlier this session the Minister for Open government Mikhail Abyzov has offered to return the responsibility of officials for the result as in Soviet times. He explained that “in Soviet times was responsible for the outcome — you didn’t plant in time, I’m sorry I quit the Communist party, dismissed!”.