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Zoran Petrović

 Zoran Petrović

Zoran Petrović, director – chief administrative inspector of the Administrative Inspectorate of the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self-Government.

He was born in Belgrade in 1953. He finished his primary and secondary school in Belgrade, and graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, in 1977.

He started working in 1977 in the Second Municipal Court in Belgrade, as a judicial interim.

He passed the bar examination in 1979.

From 1980 until 1995, he worked in the Municipal Administration of the Municipality of Palilula as a professional collaborator for the property affairs, the Secretary of the Joint Operation Council, head of the Department of Control of the legality of work of OUR and operations of small economy in the Committee for Economy and Finance, the Secretary of the Secretariat for Parliamentary Affairs, assistant to the Municipal Secretary for Administration, the Secretary of the Executive Council, the Secretary of the Municipal Secretariat for Administration and a member of the Executive Council, as well as the Secretary of the Municipal Assembly and the Secretary of the Municipal Administration of the Municipality of Palilula.

From 1995 until 2002, he performed the activities of an advisor to the Minister-Head of the Department of Administrative Inspection in the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Serbia.

He continued performing the activities of the head of the Department of Administrative Inspection in the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self-Government.

By the decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia from 10th June 2004, he was appointed as an Assistant Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government – Sector for Administrative Supervision.

In accordance with the Law on Civil Servants, upon the conducted public competition, by the decision of the Government of the Republic of Serbia from 28th December 2006, he was appointed as an Assistant Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government – Sector for Administrative Supervision, for five years.

By the decision of the Government from 23rd December 2011, he was appointed as a Director-Chief Administrative Inspector of the Administrative Inspectorate in the Ministry of Human and Minority Rights, Public Administration and Local Self-Government, for five years.

By the decision of the Government from 23rd August 2012, he continued performing the activities of the Director-Chief Administrative Inspector of the Administrative Inspectorate in the Ministry of Justice and Public Administration, until the termination of the term for which he was appointed on 23rd December 2011.

He was the Head of the Commission of the Ministry of Justice for the preparation of the Program System for establishing the automated electoral rolls and processing of data in the field of citizenship at the level of the Republic of Serbia, Head of the Commission of the Ministry of Justice for defining the state in the field of civil status in the Republic of Serbia, a member of the Commission of the Government of the Republic of Serbia for monitoring the operations of public administration bodies in performing the inspection control, Head of the Working Group for the creation of the Law on Single Electoral Roll, Head of the Working Group for the creation of the Law on Administrative Inspection, Head of the Working Group for the creation of the Law on Inspection Control, and Head of the Working Group for the creation of the Law on Employment in Local Self-Government Units.

From 1977, he has been a member of the Commission for taking the state licence examination of the candidates with college and university degree and the evaluator for the subject Office Management, and since 2012 he has been the Head of this Commission and the evaluator for the subject Office Management.

He has published the following expert papers: “Administrative Inspection – a specific form of administration control” (1998 – Pravni život); “The Role of the Administrative Inspection in the Implementation of New Regulations in Public Administration Bodies” (2006 – Proceedings of the International Scientific Meeting – Belgrade); “Administrative Inspection – the inspectors who do not punish” (2006 – Reformator – newsletter of the employees of the public administration); “Current Issues of the Law on Civil Servants” (2006 – Proceedings of the Center for Labour and Social Law – Belgrade); “Implementation of the Law on Civil Servants” (2007 - Proceedings of the Center for Labour and Social Law – Belgrade); “Employment in State Bodies” (2008 - Proceedings of the Center for Labour and Social Law – Belgrade); “New Competences and Organisation of Administrative Inspection” (2010 - Proceedings of the Center for Labour and Social Law – Belgrade).

Married, with a child.

 

Dušan Stojanović

 Dušan Stojanović

Dušan Stojanović – Head of the Directorate for eGovernment.

He was born in Belgrade in 1975.

He graduated from the School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade, Chair of Information Theory / Computer Systems / Microsoft with the MCSE degree (Microsoft Certified System Engineer).

He holds the degrees of the Center for Project Management (CPM) from various fields of Project Management.

He is an active member of the PMI (www.pmi.org) organization and their branch in Serbia, with the position of the manager for cooperation with professional organizations (www.pmi-serbia.rs).

He is a former sportsman, who played basketball for a few clubs: “Belgrade” Youth Basketball Club, “Astra Banka” Basketball Club, “Avala Ada” Basketball Club, “Zvezdara Olimp” Basketball Club, etc.

After graduating, he worked as an expert for eBanking in the Public Enterprise “Post of Serbia” Belgrade, in the Directorate for eBusiness (CePP), and then also as the Head of the Service for Technical Support and Logistics. Apart from the regular duties in RJ CePP, he worked as a system engineer in the Federal Office for the Accession to the European Union, of Serbia and Montenegro.

In 2006 he stated working for the Commercial Bank, where he was promoted to the position of the manager of the Project Management Service and he actively participates in the creation of the Methodology for IT Projects Management of the Commercial Bank, as a coauthor.

In June 2008, he started working for the company King ICT d.o.o., which is the largest regional system integrator of IT services in the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, on the position of the Head of the Business Unit Infrastructure.

From 2009 until 2013, he took over the position of the project manager for the DILS project – Delivery of Improved Local Services, realized by the Government of the Republic of Serbia with the funds of the loan of the World Bank/International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) in cooperation with the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy.

Since 2013, he has been the Head of the Administration for Digital Agenda, which is now the Directorate for eGovernment.

Married, with two daughters.

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