The reform of the public administration in 6 points – Simplification, investment in human capital, innovation, digitization, training, renewal of contracts. These are the cornerstones of the “Pact for the innovation of public work and social cohesion”: an agreement in six articles between the prime minister, Mario Draghi, the Minister for Public Administration, Renato Brunetta, and the general secretaries of CISL, CGIL and UIL, Luigi Sbarra, Maurizio Landini and Pierpaolo Bombardieri.

The password they are dialogue and unitary planning.

Social cohesion and the creation of good employment will be the pillars of any reform and any public investment envisaged by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan.

The objectives

– Recognize the PA’s central role as a development engine and catalyst for recovery: the simplification of processes and a massive investment in human capital they are indispensable tools to mitigate the country’s historical disparities, heal the wounds caused by the pandemic and offer citizens adequate responses to their needs.

– Ensure the active participation of male and female workers in public sector innovation, supported by investments in digitization.

– Launch a new season of trade union relations that focuses on confrontation with workers’ organizations and brings to fruition the contract renewals of the three-year period 2019-2021.

– Enhance the public staff in service and establish the subjective right and duty of each public employee to the training.

The instruments

– The Government will soon issue the deeds of address to Aran for the restart of the contract season: renewals affect 3.2 million public employees for an average increase of around 107 euros.

– In the future National Collective Labor Agreement for public employment, a legislative and economic discipline will be defined for agile work which overcomes the current emergency situation by guaranteeing transparent working conditions.

– Through the 2019-2021 contracts, the subsequent review of the professional regulations of the personnel will be carried out, adapting the contractual discipline to the needs of new professionalism and skills.

– Wide-ranging training policies will be designed: in particular IT and digital skills.

– The role of the supplementary bargaining.

– Institutes of contractual welfare, also with reference to support for parenting and the extension to public employment of the tax concessions already granted to the private sector for supplementary pensions and reward systems.


– On 23 July 1993 the then President of the Council, Carlo Azeglio Ciampi and the Minister of Labor, Gino Giugni, signed the “Protocol for income and employment policy, contractual arrangements, labor policies and support for the production system”, a historic agreement with trade unions and business associations that put an end to years of conflicts by sanctioning the criterion of the consultation of the social partners and defining the model of bargaining at two levels, national and integrative.



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