PRINCIPLES OF INTEGRITY AND GOOD GOVERNANCE IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
International Journal of Management (IJM)
The article highlights the basic principles of integrity and the concept of good governance in public administration. The concept of good governance is based on the principles of participation, consensus orientation, accountability, transparency, efficiency and effectiveness, fairness and universality, and the rule of law. The main values of integrity are independence and impartiality, reliability and caution, and personal responsibility. The administration concept provides for decision-making and implementation processes involving formal and informal actors and structures. The government is one of the subjects of governance. Other administration entities include public organizations, business structures, citizens, research institutes, political parties, financial institutions, and others. Good governance requires a minimum of corruption, taking into account the interests of citizens when making managerial political decisions. Good governance must meet the current and future needs of society. Good governance involves the participation of citizens in public administration. Participation can occur directly or through legitimate intermediate institutions, civil society organizations and representatives of the community.
Herasymiuk, K., Martselyak, O.V., Kirichenko, Y.N., Zhmur, N.V., Shmalenko, I.I. Principles of integrity and good governance in public administration. International Journal of Management. 2020. Volume 11, Issue 4. P. 545-555.