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  • Public employee system

    The Slovenian public employee system falls under the scope of labour law regulating the particularities of employment relationships where the employer is the state, the local community or other entity under public law. The particularities of employment relationships in the public employee system arise from the nature of work performed by public employees and are governed by the Public Employees Act, adopted in 2002.

  • Salary system

    The public sector salary system applies to the entire public sector, which is made up of budget users (state bodies and self-governing local authorities, public agencies, public funds, public institutes, public commercial institutes and other entities under public law that are indirect users of the state budget or local authority budgets).

  • Information technology in public administration

    In order to perform its tasks, public administration requires efficient information technology that brings together different and interlinked areas. Its fast and reliable operation is provided by a central information and communication network through which a large quantity of suitably protected data flows. In order to simplify and digitalise the work between the authorities, various joint IT solutions or services have been developed that are also available to citizens and the companies.

  • Digitalisation of society

    Advanced digital technologies enable changes to existing business models and the creation of new ones, the development of new products and services, and thus increase the efficiency and competitiveness of the economy in general and contribute to the broader socio-economic development.

  • Electronic communications

    Economic and general development in a modern digital society is closely connected with the development of a high-quality broadband infrastructure that serves as the basis for the development and use of the internet.

  • Non-governmental organisations

    More than 27,000 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are active in Slovenia practically in all areas of life – from social, cultural, sports, advocacy, ecology and health activities to civil protection and almost all areas of today’s society.

  • Volunteering

    Volunteering has a long tradition in Slovenia and is an important social corrective in society, it helps bring together organisations and people in local communities, and enables people to gain invaluable experience through volunteering.

  • Tangible property of the State

    Tangible assets of the State comprise movable and immovable property that is owned by the Republic of Slovenia. The property is managed by different managers in accordance with the principles of economy, publicity and transparency.