Norwegian Ministry of Government Administration and Reform


Norwegian Ministry of Government Administration and Reform

The Royal Norwegian Ministry of Government Administration and Reform (Norwegian: Fornyings- og administrasjonsdepartementet) is a Norwegian ministry established in 2006. The ministry is responsible for reform work, information technology, competition policy in addition to having the main responsibility for government employees and government organisation. Its leader is Heidi Grande Røys (Socialist Left). The department must report to the legislature, Storting).

Organization

The ministry is divided into the following sections:
* Political staff
* Information Unit
* Department of Employer Policy
* Department of Competition Policy
* Department of Government Services
* Economics and Economic Analysis Unit

Political staff

* Minister Heidi Grande Røys (Socialist Left)
* State Secretary Wenche Lyngholm (Socialist Left)
* Political Adviser Jørund Leknes (Socialist Left) [cite web |url=http://www.regjeringen.no/nb/dep/fad/dep/politisk_ledelse.html?id=361 |title=Other political staff |accessdate=2007-06-27 |author=Norwegian Ministry of Financen]

ubsidiaries

The following government agencies are subordinate the ministry:) [cite web |url=http://www.regjeringen.no/en/dep/fin/The-Ministry/Underliggende-etater.html?id=115192 |title=Underliggende etater |accessdate=2007-06-27 |author=Norwegian Ministry of Finance |language=Norwegian]
* Norwegian Data Inspectorate
* Government Administration Services
* Government County Governor
* Norwegian Competition Authority
* Norge.no
* Personvernnemda
* Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund
* Statsbygg
* Statskonsult (limited company)

References

ee also

* List of Norwegian Ministers of Government Administration and Reform

External links

* [http://www.regjeringen.no/en/dep/fad.html?id=339 Official web site]


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