Dagmir Długosz

Dagmir Długosz

Country: Poland

Fields of specialization: public management, public policies, lobbying and ethical issues in public trade, techniques of searching for social conflicts and social participation

Expert: peer-learning summary session


DAGMIR DŁUGOSZ – manager and expert cooperating with the educational, private, non-governmental and consulting sectors.

Currently, he works in the State Structure Analysis Team of the Analysis Department of the Strategic Analysis Center of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister as an expert in the field of public management. In the past, he held managerial, advisory and expert functions, including the Chancellery of the Prime Minister (Administration Evaluation Center, Department of Civil Service, Department of Monitoring Social Reforms, Department of Program Analyzes), the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, and the Ministry of Economy and Labour. He was responsible for programming and supervision of modernization projects in the civil service – implementation in 260 offices, i.e. customer satisfaction management, process management, HR; legislative work on labour law, non-governmental organizations, public information, civil service and principles of civil service ethics. He performed, among others – functions of the undersecretary of state, the deputy head of the Civil Service, secretary of the Tripartite Commission and co-chairman of the Public Benefit Works Council. In 2008-2014, he represented Poland in the OECD Public Management Committee and in the European Public Administration Network EUPAN.

At the National School of Public Administration (KSAP) he worked as a coordinator of the Public Administration and Law block. In the years 2009 – 2014 he was the editor-in-chief of the quarterly Civil Service Review. He was also a member of the Audit Committee for the Ministry of Environment, deputy-chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Polish Information Agency and president of the NSPA Alumni Association. At present, he is a member of the Programming Council of the Public Management Quarterly.

He cooperates with research, expert and educational institutions such KSAP, the Institute of Public Affairs, the Batory Foundation, the Jagiellonian Club, the Center for Local Government Policies of the University of Warsaw, the Faculty of Economy and Public Administration of the University of Economics in Krakow. He conducts trainings on public management, public policies, lobbying and ethical issues in the public sector, in Poland and for foreign partners.

He is a graduate of political science at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Silesia, the National School of Public Administration, postgraduate studies in City Management and Urban Policy at the Warsaw School of Economics and  of European Integration at the University of Warsaw.

He is interested in the subjects of public management and public policies, contemporary political and administrative systems, techniques of solving social conflicts and social participation. He has published 4 books, about 30 articles in areas such as public management, administration, local government, social and NGO dialogue, lobbying, conflict resolution, and social policy. Recently – co-author of the Encyclopedia of Public Administration. Ed. J. Itrich-Drabarek, Warsaw 2019.

He is interested in social sciences and world history, practices krav maga, downhill and cross-country skiing.