|Organisation||KDZ - Centre for Public Administration Research; CAF-Center Austria|
|Session||Towards Public Governance – Improving Public Administration in Europe|
|Presentation Title||Danube Governance Hub and Common Assessment Framework – The European Guideline for Public Governance|
Thomas Prorok is Deputy Managing Director of the Austrian based KDZ Centre for Public Administration Research. Since more than 15 years he is working in the field of Public Administration Reform, Decentralisation and Local Governments as well as EU-Integration. Thomas is Head of the “Austrian CAF-Center” which is the European system for quality management in the public sector. And he was programme-manager of LOGON – the Local Governments Network for EU-Integration.
He studied European Law and holds a master degree in political science from the University of Vienna and is editor of manifold publications on local governments, quality management and European Integration e.g. the “LOGON Report impact of European Union on Local Authorities”.
- Danube Governance Hub and Common Assessment Framework – The European Guideline for Public Governance (PDF)