Ministry of Government Administration, Reform and Church Affairs

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Norway
Royal Norwegian Ministry of Government Administration, Reform and Church Affairs
Fornyings-, administrasjons- og kirkedepartementet
Agency overview
Headquarters Regjeringskvartalet
Akersgata 59, Sentrum
Oslo
59°54′55″N 10°44′43″E / 59.91528°N 10.74528°E / 59.91528; 10.74528


The Royal Norwegian Ministry of Government Administration, Reform and Church Affairs (FAD) (Norwegian: Fornyings-, administrasjons- og kirkedepartementet) was a Norwegian ministry.

It was established as the Ministry of Government Administration and Reform in 2006 by Stoltenberg's Second Cabinet. Its last leader was Rigmor Aasrud (Labour). When Solberg's Cabinet assumed office in October 2013, Jan Tore Sanner took over the ministry, pending its discontinuation from 2014.

On 1 January 2014 it was absorbed by Sanner's Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation.[1]

The ministry was responsible for reform work, information technology, competition policy in addition to having the main responsibility for government employees and government organisation. The department must report to the legislature, the Parliament of Norway.

Organization[edit]

The ministry was divided into the following sections:

  • Political staff
  • Information Unit
  • Department of Employer Policy
  • Department of Competition Policy
  • Department of Government Services
  • Economics and Economic Analysis Unit

Subsidiaries[edit]

The following government agencies were subordinate the ministry:)[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Slutt på Fiskeridepartementet". Klassekampen (in Norwegian). 3 January 2014. p. 9. 
  2. ^ Norwegian Ministry of Finance. "Underliggende etater" (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2007-06-27.