THE BASIC HUMAN FACTOR OF CHANGES IN SYSTEM OF STATE MANAGEMENT IN RUSSIA
Yupitov, A., The Reform Assistance Fund, Russian Federation
The state reforms of the President Putin have appreciably advanced forward. First of all there are administrative, forensic and public service reforms. Undoubtedly, these reforms should become the answer to a challenge of modernity; however, the challenge of time never was the developmental factor in Russia. Russia obtained the governmental system from the Soviet Union. The current reform documents, created by the officials, do not mention its principal bases; they not concern the ways of management and methods how to fill the public service of new human potential. However I consider, that the state reform in Russia is perspective, because its main human factor is the following. In last years many key governmental posts have occupied by the large-scale capitalists or their representatives. Their activity on governmental posts could not be carried out by usual ways of the bureaucratic apparatus functioning. The activity of these state figures is connected with corruption scandals, but they are carriers of representations that the state management is not only commanding and violence, that it should become in the essence a political 'conduction' based on partnership of the state machine and the civil society institutes. These figures really became as 'mediums'. The action of this human factor already has resulted in search of ways of upgrading of the state apparatus at lower levels of authorities by the personnel with new representations about management, for example, in open competitions on vacancy at the public service.