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Office for Administrative Affairs
The Office for Administrative Affairs acts as a joint resource for the Swedish Government Offices as a whole and is responsible for administrative concerns of a cross-ministerial nature.
This comprises, among other things, the introduction of change and renewal measures, finances, employer issues, staff policy, IT support, archives and registers, library issues and information and communication. This Office is also responsible for all forms of general service in the Government Offices.
Facts and Figures 2010 - Swedish Government Offices Yearbook
An English version of the Yearbook is now available, presenting facts and figures for 2010. This edition is intended for English-speaking readers who are interested in statistics on the Government Offices and how it is organised. This year, the Government Offices Yearbook is available as a print-ready PDF only.
"How Sweden is governed" now available in Persian
An abbreviated version of How Sweden is governed is now available in Persian. How Sweden is governed describes the work of the Swedish Government and the Government Offices. A glossary in Persian explaining terms used in the Swedish administrative system is also available. The same package is available in English, French, German, Finnish, Polish and Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian and Arabic.
Facts and Figures - Swedish Government Offices' Yearbook 2008
An English version of the Yearbook is now available, presenting facts and figures for 2008. This year's edition is intended for English-speaking readers who are interested in statistics on the Government Offices and how they are organised.
The Swedish Government at Work
Ordinary elections for the Riksdag (the Swedish Parliament)are held every four years. A Government that is in power for this full term takes around 30 000 decisions. Through its decisions the Government has the power to affect everyone living in Sweden. This brochure tells you more about the work of the Swedish Government.