In his Address to the Oliy Majlis on December 29, 2020, the President emphasized the need for regular training of middle and lower-level managers of state bodies and organizations in accordance with the new requirements. In particular, the task is to teach them how to work effectively on the basis of the “makhalla” and “citizen” systems, as well as keep abreast of the content of large-scale reforms in the socio-economic sphere of the country. The Jizzakh regional branch of the Civil Service Development Agency organizes refresher courses for the main specialists of the deputy akims of the districts (cities) of the region to ensure the fulfillment of these tasks. On May 24-5, the Jizzakh Polytechnic Institute will host a meeting of the first deputy akims of districts and cities for finance, economics and poverty reduction, as well as deputy specialists for investment and foreign trade. As a result of field research and analysis carried out by the branch of the Agency, middle managers and subordinates are able to solve problems of the population and ensure the implementation of tasks and assignments at various levels.  Errors and omissions are identified and the focus is on eliminating the causes that cause them. “In our rapidly evolving information age and globalization, knowledge is rapidly becoming obsolete.  In a word, the period itself requires constant improvement of knowledge and skills of civil servants, ”said B. Yakhshibaev, deputy head of the Agency's branch. The training courses are attended by professors and teachers of the Academy of Public Administration, regional universities, as well as qualified practitioners of regional government bodies and organizations, and students receive the necessary knowledge for civil servants. Training courses for students are built on 5 modules: practical and theoretical: effective organization of the implementation of legislation, development of knowledge in the field of information and communication technologies, basic and industry specialties, ethics and culture of civil servants, general literacy.  They will have relevant knowledge.  and skills in their field. In addition, while minimizing the costs of the state budget allocated for training seminars, now the main attention is paid to the training of middle and lower-level managers with the involvement of the leading higher educational institutions of the region. Until June 4 of this year, it is planned to conduct such trainings for all lower-level employees of local self-government bodies, after which students will be tested and issued certificates.