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04 May 2010

France continues to streamline regulatory process

The major vector for change within public administrations in France is the general review of public policies, launched in 2007 by President Sarkozy.
The recently published 3rd progress report for the Prime Minister's department is particularly interesting as it concerns the body most closely involved in regulatory production. It contains a good description of recent achievements, and illustrates the "French way" of reforming the regulatory cycle which places great emphasis on fighting "legislative inflation". The reports also tackle other issues such as duplication of services or inefficiencies. These "modernisation" reports are also available for other ministries .

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