Forms of cooperation with ngos in implementing public tasks
From Encyklopedia Administracji Publicznej
FORMS OF COOPERATION WITH NGOs IN IMPLEMENTING PUBLIC TASKS – cooperation in this area should strive to better meet social needs using the potential of partners. The following f.o.c. can be distinguished: 1. financial cooperation consisting in commissioning non-governmental organisations to implement → public tasks by: a. announcing open invitations for tenders on the implementation of public tasks; b. accepting and considering applications of non-governmental organisations on the implementation of a public task, including omitting the invitation for tenders; c. commissioning non-governmental organisations to handle invitations for tenders on the implementation of public tasks; d. subcontracting public tasks under a contract for the implementation of a public task and re-granting; 2. implementation of public tasks using non-financial forms, including: a. making available the public administration’s public and personnel resources; b. providing access to public administration’s promotional infrastructure; c. taking patronage over the implementation of public tasks (e.g., patronage of the village mayor, voivodship marshal); d. provision of substantive support by the administration – e.g., consultancy, training; e. creating joint monitoring and coordination teams for the implementation of public tasks; 3. project partnership in the implementation of public tasks (→ rules of cooperation with NGOs) [ I. Macek ].
Literature: http://www.pozytek.gov.pl/files/Biblioteka/BPP/model_wspolpracy.pdf ■ http://poradnik.ngo.pl/wspolpraca-merytoryczna-administracji-z-organizacjami-pozarzadowymi [access: September 2007].