Decree Of 6 June 2008 Fixing The Nature, Duration And Agenda Of The Examination For Entry Into The Regional Institutes Of Administration

Original Language Title: Arrêté du 6 juin 2008 fixant la nature, la durée et le programme des épreuves des concours d'entrée aux instituts régionaux d'administration

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JORF n ° 0143 June 20, 2008 text no. 59 Decree of 6 June 2008 fixing the nature, duration and the programme of events of the entrance exam to the administration NOR regional institutes: BCFF0813761A ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2008/6/6/BCFF0813761A/jo/texte the Minister of budget, public accounts and public service, having regard to Act No. 83-634 of 13 July 1983 on the rights and obligations of civil servants together Act No. 84-16 of 11 January 1984 on statutory provisions on the public service of the State;
Considering Decree No. 84-588 of 10 July 1984 amended relating to the regional institutes of administration, stop: title I:: NATURE and duration of events chapter I: competition external Article 1 more on this article...

The external entrance to the regional institutes of administration exam consists of two events written eligibility and two oral tests for admission.
The written tests are as follows: 1 ° a composition on a subject of General bearing on the place of the State and its role in the major areas of public intervention (society, economy, employment, health, culture, territories, external relations) to assess the openness to the world of the candidates, their capacity for analysis and questioning as well as their ability to project themselves into their future professional environment (duration : four hours; factor 4);
2 ° incorporated event in a series of six to ten short-answer questions, on essential elements of the public law, European issues, human resources management, social issues, public finances and the economy.
Each question may be accompanied by one or more documents in relation to the question that do not exceed a total page (duration: four hours; coefficient 4, including 2 coefficient for public law, European and social issues, and coefficient 2 for public finance, human resources management and the economy).
The oral tests are as follows: 1 ° an interview with the selection board to assess personal Suitabilities of the candidate, its potential, its behavior in a situation concrete, where appropriate in the form of a situational exercise (duration: twenty-five minutes, including ten minutes to the more than presentation by the candidate; coefficient 4).
The maintenance begins with a presentation by the candidate of his journey and his motivation. For the maintenance, test eligible address an individual listing of Intelligence Department in charge of the contest on a date fixed by the Department and before the start of the tests for admission. The individual information sheet is available on the website of the Ministry of the public service at the following address: www.fonction-publique.gouv.fr.
2 ° a foreign language test consisting of an interview from a short text written in one of the following languages: German, English, Spanish, Italian and Russian (duration: 15 minutes, preceded by a preparation of fifteen minutes; coefficient 1), the choice of the candidate being expressed at the time of its inclusion in the competition.

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The internal competition for entry to the regional institutes of administration includes a written test of eligibility and an oral test for admission.
The written test for eligibility consists of writing, from a folder to administrative character, in a note to verify the qualities of writing, analysis and synthesis of the candidate as well as his ability to find appropriate solutions (duration: four hours; factor 4).
For this test, the documentary record may not exceed thirty pages.
The admission test consists of an interview with the jury to appreciate the personality, the abilities of the candidate as well as his motivation and recognize the achievements of his professional experience. To conduct this interview which has the starting point a presentation by the candidate on his professional experience, for a period of ten minutes at the most, has Board of record by the candidate for the recognition of professional experience. During this interview, the candidate also questioned general administrative knowledge issues (duration: 25 minutes; factor 4).
For the oral examination for admission, the candidate establishes a recognition of her professional experience file containing the entries mentioned in the appendix to this order to organizing service on a date fixed in order to open the contest.
The record of recognition of professional experience and the filling helps guide are available on the website of the Minister responsible for the public service and on the websites of the regional institutes of administration referred to in the annex to this order. The file is forwarded to Board by the Department in charge of the contest after the establishment of the eligibility list.

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The third competition for entry to the regional institutes of administration includes a written test of eligibility and an oral test for admission.
The written qualifying examination consists of a briefing note on record on an issue of order general bearing on the place of the State and its role in the major areas of public intervention (society, economy, employment, health, culture, territories, external relations) to assess the openness to the world of the candidates, their capacity for analysis and questioning as well as their ability to project themselves into their future professional environment (duration : four hours; factor 4).
For this test, the documentary record may not exceed thirty pages.
The admission test consists of an interview with the jury to appreciate the personality, the abilities of the candidate as well as his motivation and recognize the achievements of his professional experience. To conduct this interview that a starting point for a presentation by the candidate on his professional experience, for a period of ten minutes at the most, the jury has the folder constituted by the candidate for the recognition of professional experience (duration: 25 minutes; factor 4).
For the oral examination for admission, the candidate establishes a recognition of her professional experience file containing the entries mentioned in the appendix to this order to organizing service on a date fixed in order to open the contest.
The record of recognition of professional experience and the filling helps guide are available on the website of the Minister responsible for the public service and on the websites of the regional institutes of administration referred to in the annex to this order. The file is forwarded to Board by the Department in charge of the contest after the establishment of the eligibility list.

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Candidates in the closed competition and the third competition may, if they so request at the time of their registration, be subjected to an optional foreign language test consisting of an interview from a short text written in one of the following languages: German, English, Spanish, Italian and Russian (duration: 15 minutes, preceded by fifteen minutes preparation; coefficient 1), the choice of the candidate being expressed at the time of his registration to the contest.
The scores the optional test of foreign language of the closed competition and the third competition are taken into account for their part exceeding the score of 10 out of 20. Additional points to the optional test are added to total points obtained at the mandatory tests, the preparation of the list for admission.

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For each contest, at the end of the eligibility tests, each jury eligibility lists allowed candidates to take part in the oral tests, after equalization of the marks awarded to the candidates in the various tests of eligibility.
Under the same conditions, at the end of the oral tests for admission, each admission Board establishes the list of admitted, after equalization of the marks awarded to candidates for the oral tests.


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No person shall be declared eligible or allowed if it did not participate in all mandatory events, or if he got, one of the tests of eligibility or the foreign language oral test for the external competition, a score less than or equal to 1 in 20 and a score less than or equal to 5/20 to the test for admission to interview with the jury.


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If several candidates received the same number of points, they are mark breaker quickest as follows during the preparation of the list for admission: 1 ° for the external competition: ― the priority is given to one who got the highest score the first compulsory written test;
― in the case of equality of points in the first written examination, the priority is given to the candidate with the highest score at the oral interview with the jury test.
2 ° for internal competition and the third competition: ― the priority is given to those who received the highest score at the oral test maintenance and recognition of professional experience.


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The program of the second written test for the external competition is as follows: i. - the right public 1. Constitutional law General Notions on political institutions.
The current French political institutions; the Constitution of 4 October 1958, the Organization of Government, the relationship between the powers, constitutionality block, the control of constitutionality of the laws.
2 administrative law and administrative institutions a. ' administrative and territorial of the France: 1. legal frameworks and territorial administrative organization: centralization, devolution and decentralization.
2. ' State administration: ― Headquarters, services to national competence, independent administrative authorities, decentralised services, decentralized authorities (prefects of region, Department, sous-préfets).
3. ' decentralized Republic Organization: ― the legal status of territorial communities, particular and special status;
― communities territorial: the communes, departments and regions;
― the public institutions of inter-communal cooperation.
4. the special public persons: ― public establishments, public interest groups.
B. ― the administrative court and administrative proceedings: 1. the principle of separation of the administrative and judicial authorities: definition, origins and foundations: — the role of the Court of conflicts in the functioning of the french jurisdictional dualism.
2. ' organization of the administrative jurisdiction: ― common law courts: the Council of State, the administrative courts of appeal, tribunals;
― Special Administrative courts (the financial courts and other special courts).
3. the administrative litigation: ― appeals before the administrative court: recourse for excess of power, full jurisdiction litigation, the new powers of the administrative judge;
― the administrative court procedure;
― channels of appeal against the decisions of the administrative courts.
C. ― the administrative action and the principle of legality: 1. the sources of administrative law, the hierarchy of norms, the principle of legality and lawfulness.
2. the activities of the administration: ― the administrative police: definition, authorities of administrative police, police powers, police measures, the powers of police, judicial review of administrative police measures;
― public service activities: definition of the concept of public service, the typology of public services, the main principles of the public service, the public service management modes.
3. administrative acts: ― unilateral administrative acts: the regulatory power, definition of the administrative act, elaboration procedure (non-contentious administrative procedure: consultation, motivation, transparency), requirements for entry into force, termination and withdrawal of administrative acts;
― the administration contracts;
— the criteria for distinguishing between administrative and contracts private administration; the legal regime of administrative contracts;
― public procurement and public service delegations.
4. the right of administrative responsibility: ― General principles of liability of public entities;
― the administrative liability for fault, liability without fault of the administration;
― legal administrative liability regimes, the theory of cumulation of responsibilities.
II. ― European issues 1. The major phases of European construction 2. The institutional aspects of the European Union; nature and components of the European Union.
The European communities; status and skills.
The principle of subsidiarity.
The institutions and bodies financial and Advisory; role, organization and functioning.
Decision-making processes.
3 Community law sources of Community law; Native Community law, additional Community law, secondary Community law.
The different types of acts.
The principles of articulation between Community law and the right internal; the hierarchy of norms, the principle of supremacy, the principle of direct applicability, the direct effect.
The different types of proceedings before the community courts.
4. the common policies common agricultural policy (Cap).
Regional policy: structural funds and cohesion fund.
Common commercial policy.
Economic and monetary policy.
Policy foreign and security policy (CFSP).
Social policy.
III. ― social issues 1. Concepts of demography the demographic changes since the beginning of the 20th century: birth, fertility, mortality, life expectancy, natural surplus.
Population urban, rural.
Migratory movements (News & historical perspectives).
Ageing of the population.
Structure of the active population.
2. social protection the welfare state: historical perspective and European comparison.
The french social security system: essential principles, organization and role of the social partners, governance, 'hazards' cutlery, financing, spending and control costs, the various reforms.
3. the social policy combating poverty, minimum social benefits and social assistance.
Exclusion / inclusion.
The housing policy.
The family policy.
The policy of inclusion for disabled persons.
The dependency.
The candidate will incorporate the issue of the effective economic and social policies and skills and the role of local and regional authorities.
4. the market of labour and employment the labour cost.
Policies to combat unemployment, the public service of employment, passive expenditure / active.
Lifelong vocational training.
5. labour employed the individual employment relationship: the contract of employment, recruitment, dismissal.
Collective relations: trade unions, staff representative bodies.
Conflict and negotiation: the right to strike, collective bargaining.
IV - Finance public a. ― the global approach of public finances: has) the broad legal principles: ― hierarchy of standards and legal sources;
― budgetary principles: Unity, specialty, universality, annuality, sincerity;
― tax principles: legality of tax, equality and taxation, required tax;
― General principles and specific features of public accounting (Fund Unit, separating the authorising officers and accountants).
b) concepts related to revenue: ― categories of public revenues;
― taxes;
― tax expenditures.
c) public debt: ― definition, structure, evolution.
― management and financing.
(d) processes and actors of public finances: ― the financial administrations;
managers ―, authorising officers and accounting (functions and responsibilities);
― agencies and systems for the control of public finances.
e) management of public finances: ― economic impact of compulsory levies, spending and public debt;
― approach consolidated financial state and local finance, social finance;
― control of public expenditure;
― evaluation of public policies;
— governance and transparency of public finances.
B. ― the finances of the State: a) the finance acts: ― Genesis, principles and architecture of the Organic Act of August 1, 2001;
— the categories of finance laws;
― content and structure of the laws of finance;
― preparation, consideration and vote of draft laws of finance.
― implementation and amendment of the laws of finance.
b) State resources: ― the fiscal resources;
― resources heritage and diverse;
― the management and financing of the debt of the State.
c) expenditures for the State: ― the budgetary nomenclature by destination and nature;
― the annexed budgets and special accounts;
— scope of the budgetary authority: globalisation and 'asymmetric fungibility', permissions, payment appropriations, ceilings of employment;
― credits and justification of the expenses from the first euro;
— presentation of the objectives and outcomes of programs (projects and annual performance reports).
d) the operational management of the budget: ― responsible program, operational budgets for programme and operational units;
― the cockpit by the performance: strategy, objectives, indicators;
― the decentralized management of the appropriations;
― expenditure execution process.
V. - The management of human resources 1. General notions history and objectives of the management of human resources.
Strategic issues of human resources management; efficiency, personnel mobilization, adaptation to change.
Indicators for the management of human resources (social balances, audits, projective information...).
The contributions of computerization.
The management and the role of executives in the management of human resources.
2. the specificities of the management of human resources in public administration principles of general status of officials.
The forward-looking management of staff, jobs and skills.
Recruitment, mobility, training, assessment.
Social dialogue and consultation.
VI. - economy 1. Concepts of economic analysis a. ― the workings of the economy:

1. the actors of the national economy: households, non-financial corporations, financial corporations, General Government.
2. economic functions: has) transactions in goods and services: production, consumption, value added and GDP, investment and its determinants, gross fixed capital formation, international trade;
b) distributive transactions: compensation of employees, revenue, taxes, transfers.
B. ― monetary mechanisms: 1. the functions of the currency, money creation, the control of money creation, the monetary aggregates.
2. the foreign exchange market: the currency market, the nominal exchange rate, the real exchange rate, purchasing power parity.
3. the monetary and financial markets.
2. the contemporary economic problems a. ― growth and innovation: growth: factors, diminishing returns.
Innovation.
The actors and the role of the State.
Sustainable growth.
B. ― growth, progress techniques, employment and unemployment: the growth, productivity and employment relationship.
The economically active population; sectors; the expansion.
The labour market.
Unemployment: definition, measurement and types of unemployed.
C. ― globalisation: international trade: comparative advantage of traditional analyses to the new theory of imperfect competition (economy of scale and product differentiation).
Free trade and protectionism: politique commerciale, unfair competition, strategy of firms.
Actors: multinational corporations, States, regional and international institutions.
Financial globalization: international transactions, mobility of factors of production and integration of national economies.
The international financial system.
Role of the new technologies of information and communication (NTIC), institutional investors.
The financial crises and responses (preventive and curative policy).
Underdevelopment: analysis causes, development tools, development organizations.
3. the contemporary economic policies a. ― Notions on the instruments of economic policy: budgetary and fiscal policies.
The employment policy.
The competition policy.
Industrial policy.
The environmental policy.
B. ― the European Union: the European integration of the ECSC to the zone euro; enlargement, Europe's place in the world, the economic policy of Europe.


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The provisions of this order shall be effective for the entrance exam to the regional institutes of administration organized from the session 2008.


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The Decree of 26 October 2005 fixing the nature, duration and agenda of the examination for entry into the regional institutes of administration is hereby repealed.


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The Director general of administration and the public service is responsible for the execution of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.

Annex A N N E X E topics of folder of RECONNAISSANCE DES ACQUIS of EXPERIENCE Professional (RAEP) * competition for access to the regional institutes of administration (internal and third competition) Identification of candidate registration number: name: first name: current Situation of the candidate employee or public official Ministry/Community territorial/institution: Direction/Service: status: body: Grade of belonging: 3rd contest activity employee: other: job seeker : Another situation: training tuition: technological, professional and/or academic studies: other formations: Experience your past activities as an employee, employee, volunteer or official (or assimilated): comments Annexes summary table of documents to provide acknowledgement of receipt.
Declaration on honour.
Visa of superior hierarchical.
(*) Le dossier de RAEP et le guide d'aide au remplissage sont disponibles sur le site : www.fonction-publique.gouv.fr, rubrique « concours des IRA » et sur les sites des instituts régionaux d'administration accessibles sur le site du ministère chargé de la fonction publique.

Done at Paris, June 6, 2008.
For the Minister and by delegation: the Director general of administration and public service, P. Peny

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