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Mihailo Volkov, Director General of the Human Resources Directorate 


Mihailo Volkov was born on 12 December 1978 in Podgorica, where he finished elementary and high school. He graduated from the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade. He passed the Bar Exam in 2013. In 2014, He worked as an assistant at the Faculty for National and European Studies on the subject of administrative procedural law.

He worked as an intern at Vukčević Law Office from 2006 to 2008. After completing his internship, from 2008 to 2010, he worked as a lawyer at Commercial Business Center “Ražnatović”. He started his career in the Secretariat General of the Government of Montenegro in February 2010. He worked as Secretary of the Appellate Commission from 2010 to 2012, and was elected chairman of the Appellate Commission from 2012 to 2013. From the beginning of his work in the Secretariat General of the Government of Montenegro in the period 2010-2013, he performed the duties of Human Resources Civil Servant, initially as an Independent Employee III and later as an Independent Advisor I at the Legal and General Affairs and Finance Department. He also worked as a lecturer at the Police Academy for the subject of administrative misdemeanour law.

From 9 March 2015, upon the Government’s Decision, he was appointed Acting Director General of the Human Resources Directorate in the Ministry of Defence.

In the field of professional development, he has completed a number of certified trainings, courses and seminars, including: Employment in state bodies, Procedure for drafting documents on internal organization and job descriptions, Administrative Dispute, Drafting of regulations, Code of Ethics, Training of trainers, Management, Good Governance and Modern Administration Principles in the Context of the European Administrative Space, Ethique and déontologie dans la fonction publique-La lutte contre la corruption et les conflits d’intérêt-Les codes and chartes de bonne conduite, as well as many others.

He is a licensed trainer for conducting training of civil servants on various topics, such as: Public administration, Proceedings before the Appellate Commission and Administrative Procedure.

He speaks English and has the necessary level of knowledge to use computer technology and computer services.