This table provides metadata for the actual indicator available from Kyrgyzstan statistics closest to the corresponding global SDG indicator. Please note that even when the global SDG indicator is fully available from Kyrgyz statistics, this table should be consulted for information on national methodology and other Kyrgyz-specific metadata information.
|Unit of measurement
The proportion of persons employed in political, special and administrative positions in the public institution is calculated compared to to the number of civil servants in public/administrative authorities.
A civil servant (hereinafter referred to as an official) is a citizen of the Kyrgyz Republic, holding an administrative position in a public authority, who carries out professional service activities in the exercise of the powers vested in him or her by virtue of his or her office, and who is responsible for carrying out such activities on a regular basis, for remuneration from the national budget.
An official position is a position provided for in the Constitution or other normative legal acts, or a post established in the legislation of the Kyrgyz Republic (hereinafter referred to as ‘legislation’) as a full-time staff in a public authority with a range of duties to perform and enforce the powers of that authority. Official positions are divided into political, special and administrative ones:
- A political official position is a position when a person exercises authority and makes political decisions oriented towards the implementation of political programmes and projects, and responsible for implementing the political goals and objectives set within the framework of the powers established by the Constitution and other normative legal acts;
- A special official position is a position when a person exercises the authority to make decisions and conduct actions of a supervisory, judicial or other special nature not related to political decision-making;
- An administrative official position is a permanent staff position in a public authority with a defined scope of authorities and responsibilities required to implement the tasks and functions of a public authority.
|Rationale and interpretation
|Method of computation
Data on the number of civil servants in all positions by public bodies are required to calculate this indicator. Disaggregation of civil servants by position (political, special and administrative) is required.
|Comments and limitations
|Data availability and gaps
Disaggregated data by age, length of service and disability is available in the State Personnel Service of the Kyrgyz Republic.
|Comparability with international data/standards
|References and documentation
The Kyrgyz Republic SDG National Reporting Platform: https://sustainabledevelopment-kyrgyzstan.github.io
Published in Women and Men in the Kyrgyz Republic Statistical Compendium
State statistical reporting Form No. 1-GOS (brief) - Report on the number of officials in public/administrative authorities as of January 1.
|Data collection methods
Data are collected based on the state statistical reporting Form No. 1-GOS (brief). Data are collected based on the form of state statistical reporting on № 1-GOS (brief). The form is submitted by independent (legal entity) institutions, organizations registered in the Single State Register of Statistical Units (EGRCE)
Public administration bodies submit hard copies to territorial statistical bodies by location after the reporting year, or in electronic format to the National Statistical Office of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Data are collected on an annual basis.
|Link to UN metadata
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