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Factbox: Civil service reform

Civil servants to be sacked for shirking, and more

Factbox: Civil service reform

Rome, January 22 - The following are changes affecting citizens and firms contained in 11 enabling decrees to the government's civil service reform decree, which cabinet approved on the night of January 20. -Public employees and supervisors who shirk, risk losing their jobs. Falsely claiming to be at work - whether it be by clocking in and then leaving, or with the aid of third parties - is a violation and those who in any way abet this conduct "whether actively or by omission" will also be held responsible. Employees caught red-handed while shirking must be suspended without pay within 48 hours and without a prior hearing. Disciplinary proceedings must close within 30 days from the commission of the offence - not the current four months. If confirmed guilty of the offence, employees are subject to termination. If the offence made it into the news, the employee is liable for damages to the image of the civil service, which must be equal to at least six months' wages. Managers or supervisors who fail to suspend errant employees and to initiate disciplinary proceedings against them are subject to sacking. Their failure to take action constitutes the crime of omission of official acts - a prosecutable offense in Italy. -Local administrations must review all the private companies they have a stake in and eliminate those that are not strictly necessary, those with more managers than employees, those with turnover of less that one million euros in three years, and those duplicating another's functions. Employees who become redundant are obliged to change jobs, with a hiring freeze in place and a mechanism to match available jobs and overmanning. The reform sets up an ad hoc monitoring agency at the economy ministry to oversee this process. It will have powers of inspection and substitution. -Companies providing local services - from water to trash collection - are to be merged on the basis of districts. It is up to the regions to draw the districts, if they fail to do so cabinet will intervene. -The reform merges the forest ranger corps into the Carabinieri military police corps. Some 7,000 forest guards will make the change, with small contingents transferred to the fire service, police force and finance guard. There will be only one national emergency number: 112. Port authorities will be reduced from 24 to 15. -The reform sets stricter rules for appointing local public health managers, whose appointments can be revoked if they fail to meet objectives. -The reform halves the time for major public works. Meetings will be held online, silence will be taken for assent with 60 days maximum for decisions, and there is to be a single representative for each government level. Cabinet will intervene in case of gridlock, and everything must conclude within five months. -Citizens needing permits to open a store or make home renovations must fill out a single form, valid throughout the country. The local administration has 30 days to respond to citizen filings. If the administration fails to comply with the new regulations, it becomes liable for aggravated omission of acts of office. -Every citizen will have their own 'digital domicile' or email address by 2017, and a unique PIN code. Steps will be taken to promote electronic payments for bills and utilities and to beef up digital security systems. -Civil service manager salaries must be posted online. Access to the public archives will be liberalized in the name of freedom of information. Citizens will have the right to receive information and certain classes of documents within 30 days of making a request, without having to explain why they want the information.

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