Who are the best clerks in Slovakia?

The aim of the Civil Service Deed of the Year award is to bring more visibility to stories of white-collar workers who improve the functioning of the state.

Martin SmatanaMartin Smatana (Source: Sme)

The analysts of the Health Ministry, the village of Košeca (Trenčín Region) and the team of the cadastre of District Municipality Senec: These are the best clerks working in Slovakia for 2019.

They all received the Civil Service Deed of the Year award, granted by the Slovak Governance Institute (SGI).

In the central state administration category, the award went to the Institute of Health Policy (IZP), running under the Health Ministry, for comparing prices for health-care purchases. Analysts compared every equipment purchase, such as computed tomography or magnetic resonance, based on the databases containing the data about adequate prices.

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