Justice Minister Tibor Navracsics on Tuesday outlined planned moves towards the reform of public administration and the judiciary.
Dubbed Zoltán Magyary Public Administration Development Program, the plan contains a 33-point action plan.
The plan covers electronic public administration, accountability and anti-corruption measures and will be approved by September 30.
By the end of the year, the tasks of the states are to be laid out in a register that can be continually updated, a review of budget support foundations is to be wound up, and the administrative burden for businesses is to be reduced further.
From the start of 2012, a career path and remuneration scheme will be introduced for public sector workers.
By the end of June, 2012, a unified national card system will be established.
About 50 government resolutions on rationalizing public administration have been made since 1990, but none have resulted in any action, Navracsics said.