INTERVIEW – The reform of the ENA, which promises “a new generation of senior officials”, appears in the roadmap of the Minister of Transformation and the Public Service.
LE FIGARO. – Emmanuel Macron relaunches the reform of ENA two years after announcing it …
Amélie de MONTCHALIN. – The president keeps his commitments. This is not a symbolic measure, but a historical refoundation. What he presented Thursday to the senior management of the State is the continuation of everything he has said since 2017, of what he reaffirmed in 2019 by ordering from Frédéric Thiriez a report submitted in February 2020 My ministry was created in July, and this reform is included in my roadmap. It was first necessary to diversify the recruitment – which we did with the preparatory classes and the Talents competitions – and to build the common core.
This is not a work of destruction, we don’t want to break anything, but we are here to bring out a new generation of senior officials. If we do not carry out this reform, the whole system will be weakened since we will no longer be able to attract the best. The Covid will never be a
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