Ana Radević – Secretary of the Ministry of Finance
Tel: +381 11 765 2028
The Secretariat of the Ministry of Finance performs the tasks of common interest for the Ministry, namely personnel, financial and IT tasks related to: directing, organizing, unifying and harmonizing the work of internal units of the Ministry and other tasks of common interest for the Ministry; preparation of the annual work plan of the Ministry and the annual report on the work of the Ministry as integral parts of the Government annual work plan and the annual report on the work of the Government; preparation of answers to parliamentary questions addressed to the Minister and the Government within the competence of the Ministry; preparation of general acts that are not within the scope of the sector as well as individual acts within the competence of the Secretariat; preparation of proposals for the appointment of representatives of the Ministry and the Government in the governing bodies of the institutions appointed by the Government; drawing up drafts and proposals for rulebooks determining the internal arrangement and systematization of the positions and administrative bodies within the Ministry; preparation of decisions dealing with the employment rights of civil servants and employees in the Ministry, normative tasks in the field of human resources as well as other normative tasks within the competence of the Ministry and administrative bodies within the Ministry; preparation of professional development programs in areas under the competence of the Ministry; record keeping and database management in the field of human resources as well as other records in the area of employment; planning and execution of the Ministry's financial plan and preparation of the Ministry's financial plan for the current year; carrying out the procedure of recording and entering data on movable and immovable assets of the Ministry in the business books of the Ministry; taking care of the property of the Ministry and the immovable property of administrations within the Ministry; analysis of the state of immovable property in the associated administrations, as well as directing and coordinating the work of the associated administrations for the purpose of resolving property-legal relations regarding the immovable property of the Ministry and the associated administrations; implementation of public procurement procedures for the purposes of the Ministry, monitoring the public procurements realization; occupational safety and protection, insurance of assets and employees of the Ministry; performing tasks related to strategic planning, statistics and record-keeping, office and organizational tasks for the purposes of the Ministry; taking care of the procurement of equipment, professional literature and stationery; IT services for the purposes of the Ministry; tasks related to reporting, financial control and management within the scope of the Secretariat; participation in the processes related to professional development of civil servants in the Secretariat, as well as other tasks of interest to the Ministry.
The tasks are performed within the following smaller internal units of the Secretariat:
1. Legal Affairs Division
2. Human Resource Division
3. Property Affairs and Public Procurement Group
4. IT and Administrative-Technical Affairs Division
5. Financial Affairs Division
6. Development of Financial Management and Control Group
The Secretary of the Ministry is accountable for his work to the Minister. The Secretary assists the Minister in the management of personnel, financial, IT and other issues, as well as in coordinating the work of the internal units of the Ministry and cooperation with other bodies. The Secretary of the Ministry is appointed by the Government for five years, at the Minister’s proposal, according to the law governing the position of civil servants.