The structure of Lithuanian public administration is quite complex and fragmented. In 2009, there was a total of about 900 state and municipal institutions (with territorial units) at the central or local levels. In addition, there were more than 200 public non-profit institutions and foundations that were established by the state institutions and that received funding from the state budget. Moreover, about 150 state-owned companies were involved in the provision of services or products for the public.
KeywordsPost Control Government Agency Civil Servant Organizational Change Legal Status
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