|Organisation||Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)|
|Session||Towards Public Governance – Improving Public Administration in Europe|
|Presentation Title||Government at a Glance – Contributing to Public Administration Reform|
Santiago González is an economist/policy analyst in the Reform of the Public Sector division at the OECD. After several years working on the evaluation of public policies , in early 2013, he joined the Government at a Glance team as the lead economis/ policy analyst. Santiago was one of the main authors of the 2015 and 2013 editions of the publication leading several chapters. He is also the coordinator of the Latin American version of Government at a Glance of which a second editions is currently being prepared, broadening the scope from public financial management to a wider set of public management areas including regulatory governance, open government and centres of government among others. In the past Santiago worked in the budgeting and public expenditures division at the OECD where he contributed to budget reviews and the development of budgeting indicators. Santiago is a member of the expert advisory group for trust measurement established by the OECD Statistical Directorate. He is contributing to the OECD Guidelines for measuring trust and to the development of governance indicators in the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals. A Belgian and Colombian citizen, Santiago has master degrees in Public Policy from the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin and Economics from los Andes University in Bogotá.