The Public Employment Coordination Committee is the body responsible for coordinating central and regional government personnel policy.
Since the creation of the Civil Service Coordination Committee, of which the current Public Employment Coordination Committee is the continuation, it has performed an important role in standardising and unifying central and local government Human Resources policies. As such, to date, it has adopted agreements concerning mobility, entry to the Spanish civil service by citizens of member states of the European Union, and recognition of services rendered.
It is an essential mechanism in seeking solutions to common issues in the civil service such as entry, careers, training, mobility, representation, etc., whilst respecting the autonomy and competitive framework of each party.
The improvement of cooperation mechanisms in the civil service has in recent years led to a gradual and substantial reduction in territorial disputes and, as such, the number of appeals for unconstitutionality.