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Public Sector Expertise (PSE) for development is a form of international technical cooperation that mobilizes expertise from EU Member States’ administrations in order to promote reform and sustainable development policies through peer-to-peer knowledge exchange and international institutional partnerships with partner countries.
European PSE is a way to promote European values and interests as well as our standards and policy approaches. PSE can complement many other implementation modalities and is a Team Europe approach to knowledge sharing that can strengthen Team Europe Initiatives.
INTPA therefore undertook a study in collaboration with NEAR and the Practitioners’ Network. Phase I - mapping of MS existing operational structures, regulatory frameworks, delivery tools and bilateral initiatives, was commissioned by INTPA and served as the empirical base for Phase II – analysis paper on the strategic potential of PSE as an innovative cooperation modality with partner countries (commissioned by PN members and drafted by ECDPM).
Please read the analysis paper in EN and the PSE Study - phase 2 analysis paper, in Spanish made available thanks to FIIAPP. The Spanish version of the full report of this phase 2 will be pubblished soon here.
Director for Sustainable Development Policy and Coordination, INTPA.D, European Commission
Head for International Development Cooperation Strategy, Central Project Management Agency
Head of Unit for Effective Development Policy and Team Europe, INTPA.D1, European Commission
Director for Strategy and Communication, FIIAPP
Policy Officer European External Affairs Programme, ECDPM
Mariella Di Ciommo
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