Decree Of 26 August 2002 Fixing The Conditions Of Organization, The Nature And The Programme Of Events For External And Internal Competitions For Access To The Body Of The Secretaries Of The Information And Communication Systems

Original Language Title: Arrêté du 26 août 2002 fixant les conditions d'organisation, la nature et le programme des épreuves des concours externe et interne pour l'accès au corps des secrétaires des systèmes d'information et de communication

Subscribe to a Global-Regulation Premium Membership Today!

Key Benefits:

Subscribe Now for only USD$20 per month, or Get a Day Pass for only USD$4.99.
Summary Application of the art. 43 to 47 of Decree No. 69-222 of 06-03 - 1969. Repeal of order 1996-08-14.
Key words Foreign Affairs, civil service of the State, Central ADMINISTRATION, SERVICE decentralized, System INFORMATION and COMMUNICATION, Secretary, recruitment, competition, contest inside, competition outside, program, test, test written eligibility, oral admissions test, test optional, candidate, CANDIDACY, JURY, COMPOSITION, ORGANISATION of study JORF n ° 221 September 21, 2002 page 15573 text no. 11 Decree of 26 August 2002 laying down organisational conditions, nature and the programme of events contests external and internal access to the body of the Secretaries of the systems information and communication NOR: MAEA0220220A ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2002/8/26/MAEA0220220A/jo/texte the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Minister of public service, the reform of the State and the development of the territory, having regard to Act No. 83-634 of 13 July 1983 as amended on rights and obligations of officials, all Act No. 84-16 of 11 January 1984 containing statutory provisions relating to the public service of the State;
Having regard to Decree No. 69-222 of 6 March 1969 on the status of diplomatic and consular agents as amended by Decree No. 2002-19 4 January 2002 laying down the statutory provisions applicable to the body of the Secretaries of the information and communication systems, and in particular articles 43, 44, 45, 46 and 47;
Mindful of Decree No. 71-342 of 29 April 1971 as amended relating to the situation of staff allocated to the treatment information;
Mindful of Decree No. 94-741 of 30 August 1994 relating to assimilation, for access to competitions for public service of the State, of diplomas issued in other States members of the European Community;
Mindful of Decree No. 94-1016 November 18, 1994 amended fixing the common statutory provisions applicable to various bodies of category B;
Considering Decree No. 2000 - 447 24 May 2000 relating to the use of the supplementary lists of admission for recruitment by competition of officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
Considering the Decree of 10 June 1982 amended fixing the program and the nature of the tests of the competitions and examinations relating to the treatment of information;
Having regard to the order of 13 April 2000 establishing the list of operating systems and advanced languages provided for in the competition and examinations on the treatment of information in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
Having regard to the opinion issued by the inter-ministerial Commission for the security of information systems, stop: section 1 external and internal competitions provided for in article 43 of Decree of 6 March 1969 above involve written eligibility tests, tests for admission as well as oral tests optional. These events are the following: a. - written exams test no. 1 external contest eligibility: Dissertation on a subject of general order relative to economic, social and cultural of the contemporary world problems (duration: three hours, coefficient 3; all less than 6 on 20 note is eliminatory).
Internal competition: drafting of a note of synthesis from a folder to technical character which may include encrypted elements (statistical, accounting, financial, commercial and administrative data simplified) and to verify the qualities of analysis and synthesis of the candidate (duration: three hours, coefficient 3; all less than 6 on 20 note is eliminatory).
Test no. 2 external competition: Composition of mathematics that may contain several exercises or problems to be solved.
Internal competition: on choice of candidate, his option to be formulated at the time of registration: or composition of mathematics that may contain several exercises or problems to be solved;
Or composition of physics which may include exercises, questions on the program and to solve problems (duration: three hours, factor 4; all less than 6 on 20 note is eliminatory).
Mathematics and physics programmes listed in the annex.
Test 3 test option - the choice of the candidate to be formulated at the time of the inscription - bearing on the following disciplines: external competition:-either physical;
-is electronic;
-either computer, (duration: three hours, factor 4; all less than 6 on 20 note is eliminatory).
Internal competition:-either electricity;
-is electronic;
-either computer, (duration: three hours, coefficient 5; all less than 6 on 20 note is eliminatory).
External and internal candidates having chosen the "computer" option may request, at the time of their registration, that this test be taken into consideration for the recognition of the qualification of programmer. The duration of the event is, in this case, five hours and door on the same subject as that of the "computer" option normal but has specific developments to bring the test to five hours.
The programs contained in the annex.
Test no. 4 test of language consisting of a version of a text in General, the language being chosen by the candidate during his registration on the following list: German, English, Arabic literal, Chinese, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian or Turkish (duration: two hours, coefficient 2; any score below 5/20 is eliminatory).
The use of the dictionary is authorised for the following languages: Arabic, Turkish, Japanese, Chinese or literal. For the languages listed above, all types of dictionaries - excluding electronic dictionaries - the language of the test to the french, English or a third language and vice versa are allowed. Candidates using a dictionary of the language of the test to one language other than the french and English may use a third-party language dictionary to the french or the English. Are also allowed dictionaries written exclusively in the language of the test, i.e., depending on the option, in Arabic, Turkish, Japanese, Chinese or literal.
Dictionaries can be subject to controls during testing; they cannot be lent or exchanged.
B. - Oral tests for admission test no. 1 external competition: Conversation with the jury from a text or a quote from General to assess the qualities of reflection and the knowledge of the candidate (duration: 30 minutes, after twenty minutes of preparation, coefficient 4; all less than 6 on 20 note is eliminatory).
Internal competition: Conversation with the jury from a text or a general quote, followed by questions to verify knowledge of the professional environment of the candidate (duration: 30 minutes after 20 minutes of preparation, coefficient 4, all less than 6 on 20 note is eliminatory).
Test no. 2 common to internal and external competitions test of practical work to ensure skills of the candidate to the handicrafts of installation, maintenance or simple repair of electrical, electronic, computer hardware or communication (duration: three hours, coefficient 3 for the coefficient 4 for internal competition and external competitions; all less than 6 on 20 note is eliminatory).
C. - Optional tests internal and external candidates may choose, to a maximum of two to the maximum, following oral tests:-legal issues relating to information technology and communication systems;
-foreign language other than that selected in mandatory test;
-technical questions on computing, (duration of each of these tests: thirty minutes after 20 minutes of preparation, coefficient 2).
External and internal candidates having passed the written test no. 3 for the recognition of qualifications programmer and having obtained at least 10 out of 20 in this event must ask to undergo the oral test of computer science. They can obtain the qualification of programmer if they get to the two tests written and oral information a number of points greater than 70 after application of the coefficients. Where they would not get this number of points - and subject have not obtained final note-, they remain candidates for the external competition or internal which they did apply.


Article 2 it is awarded at each event a score of 0 to 20. It is multiplied by the coefficient fixed for each event. Can only be eligible to take admission tests and the candidates, for all the written tests, a total of points, set by the jury, which may not be less, after application of the coefficients, to 76 for the external competition and 82 for internal competition.
At the end of the written tests, the Board establishes the list of candidates declared eligible by alphabetical order.


Article 3 the list of candidates authorised to take part in the competition is stopped by the Minister for Foreign Affairs.


Article 4 zero cannot be definitely admitted if it doesn't get, on the basis of the tests for admission and possibly the optional oral tests, a total of points, set by the jury, which may not be less, after application of the coefficients, 118 points for the external competition and 130 points for internal competition.


Article 5 at the end of the tests for admission, the Board establishes, in order of merit, the ranking list of candidates finally admitted so that, where appropriate, a supplementary list of admission.

If several applicants meet the same number of points, priority is given to the one who posted the best score to the test of eligibility No. 2 and tie to the No. 3 of eligibility test and then, in case of new equality, the candidate who obtains the highest score test no. 1 eligibility.


Article 6 Board of external and internal competitions include:-the Director general of the administration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or his representative, president, with predominant way;
-the head of the service of the systems of information and communication of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or his representative;
-a member of the inter-ministerial commission for the security of the information systems, on the proposal of its Chairman;
-officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
-nominees because of their knowledge or skills.
The Board members are appointed by order of the Minister of Foreign Affairs.


Article 7 the Decree of 14 August 1996 on the Organization, the nature and the programme of events for external and internal competitions for access to the body of the encryption is repealed.


Article 8 the Director general of the administration of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is responsible for the execution of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.


Done at Paris, on 26 August 2002.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, for the Minister and by delegation: by incapacity of the Director-general of the administration: the head of Department, j.-m. Malik the Minister of public service, the reform of the State and the development of the territory, to the Minister and by delegation: by incapacity of the Director-general of the administration and the public service: the Director, F. Mion note. -Programs can be found at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Directorate-General for administration, human resources branch, office of professional examinations and competitions), 23, rue La Pérouse, Paris (16th) (postal code: 75775 Paris Cedex 16).

Related Laws