The Finnish Government comprises 12 ministries, each responsible for the preparation of matters and the functioning of administration within its own sector.
In 2015, there has been a sharp increase in the number, and it is expected to reach up to 30 000 - 35 000. A thematic webpage on migration that shows for example the ministries’ press releases on migration.
The Government Communications Department posted news on the government formation talks and the new Government on the Government website in April and May 2015. The news, photos and materials are available on the Government formation talks 2015 website. vn.fi/en/government-formation-talks
In January 2015, OHRA – the project to reform the Government’s steering framework – put forward a number of proposals for the following parliamentary term aimed at improving the impact and effectiveness of Government actions.
The aim of structural reforms is to eliminate the sustainability gap in general government finances and secure funding for public services and benefits. The Government seeks to boost the employment rate, economic growth and productivity of public service provision. valtioneuvosto.fi/en/structural-reform