Main directions of development of public administration in the field of military security at the national and global levels

  • Anatoliy Kaliaiev Lviv Regional Institute for Public Administration of the National Academy for Public Administration under the President of Ukraine
Keywords: administrative reforms, public administration in the field of military security, open innovations, management of innovations in the field of security, open innovation, innovation management, global governance, social interaction, management practices, public governance trends, transformational chang

Abstract

The formation of a common security environment, prevention and elimination of military conflicts, achieving mutual international understanding and innovative approaches to the organization of public administration structures in this area with the involvement of non-state actors and the formation of appropriate ecosystems in security environment are determined among the main directions of public administration development in the field of military security. Based on the methodology of public administration, the current state of public administration systems reforms is considered and the priorities for the development of public administration in the field of military security at the national and global levels of administration are identified. The general tendencies of public administration development are identified; ambiguity and variability in estimations of results of administrative reforms are emphasized. Arguments are presented that the problems of social interaction, responsibility and democracy in modern management practices are transposed to public administration in the field of military security, in particular in the implementation of new approaches to management of innovations. Transformational changes in public administration in the field of military security at the national and global levels are considered logical, expedient and possible especially against the background of administrative reforms processes and implementation of open innovations, ecosystems and management of innovations in the field of military security facilities administration. Innovations in the field of security suggest reformatting, in particular, of industrial policy of defence by identifying different instruments to enhance opportunities for openness with different degrees of the latter for actors not previously involved in military security and defence issues. Innovation has been shown to involve reshaping, in particular, industrial defense policy by identifying different tools for enhancing openness with varying degrees of openness) for actors not yet involved in military security and defense. Flexibility in the management of strategic ecosystems and a dynamic vision of interdependence between actors affect the ability of the system to operate in conditions of open innovation and ensure adequate management of openness

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2020-12-30
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Kaliaiev, A. (2020). Main directions of development of public administration in the field of military security at the national and global levels. Public Administration Aspects, 8(6), 60-69. https://doi.org/10.15421/1520106
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