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Genc Likoskendaj


On their way to the European Union structures for Albanian governmental institutions it is extremely crucial to improve the management procedures in order to make progress towards European standards and achieve the relevant level of operational efficiency and transparency. Bearing this in mind the Government of Albania has adopted a comprehensive policy reform program to strengthen Albania institutional and governance capacity. A major element of this program involves the strengthening of the Albanian State Police, which was initiated in 1998 by adapting of the Total Information Management System initiative. Acquiring a tool for an effective resource management processes seems to be the consecutive step towards creation of a modern police force modeled after best European standards. As it regards organization of resource management procedures within Albanian State Police, they are controlled by the Ministry of Interior, but it the long-term perspective ASP will be given the power to manage independently its financial and material resources in order to enhance its autonomy and to minimize the risk of political interference. Until the reform process is completed, it is essential to ensure the improvement of resource management, since it will guarantee the continuity and effectiveness of the desired changes. Also, the Ministry of Interior (MoI) and Albanian State Police (ASP) do not have an integrated system for human, financial and material resources management. Almost all information is recorded manually in registers in separate offices centrally as well as in respective regional ASP Directorates / Commissariats. The decision making processes are therefore slow and inefficient since it is impossible to extract the essential detailed and comprehensive information and then to analyze those data in a timely manner, which in effect leads to the costly and inefficient management.

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