STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
One of the most significant challenges for the development of public administration is the improvement of strategic planning. Each administrative activity begins with planning. A strategy is the way, an action plan and represents one of the leading methods to achieve the desired goal. Strategic planning involves four basic processes: scanning of the environment, formulating of the strategy, implementation of the strategy, evaluation and control. Responsibility for strategic planning in the formal sense comes to holders of political power (political officials). Strategic planning is the result of joint activities of different actors in the administrative organization. Political leaders and officials determine the general direction, financial framework and conduct political control of the organization, and public official analyze the situation, develop options, establish priorities and carry out other numerous tasks that prepare the implementation of the strategy.