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Six contenders make to for SRS director general’s post in second phase of selection

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The personnel selection commission responsible for picking the best candidate for the post of director general of the State Revenue Service has picked six contenders for the second stage of the selection process.

Based on the submitted documents, members of the commission will evaluate contenders in accordance with requirements and their professional skills. The commission will also perform a reputation risk analysis, as confirmed by State Chancellery.

«The six contenders will meet with members of the commission and specialists as part of the second phase of the process. They will explain their motivation and present their vision for the development of the State Revenue Service. During the process contenders will answer ten questions in regards to the structure of state administration, as well as basic functions, budget planning, administrative process and the primary activities performed by SRS,» the chancellery explains.

Personnel selection specialists will pick contenders for the third phase of the process. They will evaluate contenders’ management skills.

At the end of the process, qualified contenders will be proposed to the country’s finance minister, who will be the one to make the decision as to whether or not to pass their candidacy for approval to the Cabinet of Ministers. If the approved candidate receives the necessary amount of support from the government, they will be approved in this post for five years.

It should be added that the personnel selection commission is led by Jānis Citskovskis – director of State Chancellery.

The commission includes the following members: State Treasury’s head Kaspars Āboliņš, Interior Affairs Ministry’s state secretary Dimitrijs Trofimovs, Competition Council’s council chairperson Skaidrīte Ābrama, Foreign Investors Council vice-chairperson Zlata Elksniņa-Zaščirinska, Vice-President of Latvian Employers’ Confederation Uldis Biķis, as well as Latvian Finance Industry Association council member Ieva Tetere. In addition to these commission members, contenders are also evaluated by finance minister’s requested independent observers from Latvian Chamber for Commerce and Industry and Association of Accountants of the Republic of Latvia. The commission also cooperates closely with Security Police and Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau.


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