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Frank Mordacq

General Director, General Directorate for the Modernisation of the State, France
Born in Brive, in 1958, married with four children, Frank Mordacq received his DEA (post-graduate diploma) in Public Law and was a laureate at the l’Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris.
Appointed to the Budget Branch of the Ministry of Finance in 1985, on leaving the École Nationale d’Administration (Promotion « Léonard de Vinci »), Frank Mordacq, “administrateur civil”, worked initially on the public service remuneration file and subsequently on the ground transportation file.
After spending two years in New York, as the Financial Attaché at France’s permanent Mission to the United Nations, he returned, in 1992, to the Budget Branch and was responsible for two sectors industry and energy and, subsequently, transport and transportation companies.
In 1995, Frank Mordacq left the sectoral area to occupy a number of different posts within the Budget Branch, Chief of Office, Chief of Service and Deputy Director. Of note, he was responsible for the definition of the policy on salaries and employees of the State and, subsequently, the synthesis of the general policy on public finances.
In March 2003, he was appointed the head the new Budgetary Reform Branch at the Ministry of Finance, which led the implementation of the Constitutional bylaw of August 1st 2001 on budget acts (“La loi organique relative aux lois de finances”, LOLF).
In January 2006, he became Director General of the Modernisation of the State Branch, which is charged with, at the interministerial level, coordinating, assisting and inciting all the levels of the administration to achieve the goal of modernising the operations and management of the State. The Branch brings together initiatives related to the implementation of the new management policy derived from the LOLF, e-government, and service quality improvements and administrative simplification.
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