Public sector

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كتب by Transparency International
The government and its decentralized units — including the police, military, public roads and transit authorities, primary schools and healthcare system — that use public funds and provide services based on the motivation to improve citizens’ lives rather than to make a profit.63

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Example in practice
 
Rwanda’s ministry of education has implemented a policy of free primary education for all of its citizens, enacting a no-fee policy in which public school tuitions have been abolished as part of itspublic sector reform.
 
Relevant links
 
—— International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board.
 
—— UN: World Public Sector Report.
 
—— World Bank: Public Sector Governance.
 
—— World Bank: Public Sector Reform: What Works and Why?
 
63 Wikipedia, public sector http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_sector.
 
 
OECD Glossary of Statistical Terms http://stats.oecd.org/glossary/.