The Italian National School of Administration (SNA)

The National School of Administration (SNA) is an institution of higher education and research established in 1957 under the supervision of the Italian Presidency of the Council of Ministers. The main goal of the School is to recruit managers for the Italian civil service, provide in-service training courses for senior staff and lead research projects to improve the efficiency and quality of Italian public administration.

Encompassing research, training and knowledge sharing, SNA is a national centre of excellence which considers international agreements a fundamental part of its activities, investing in the mutual exchange of good practices between international institutions for the development of good governance actions throughout the world.

The SNA headquarters is in Rome, with teaching and training activities also taking place at the Caserta branch in the UNESCO World Heritage Royal Palace.



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