The expert sections of the association are the expert, methodical and initiative body of the association for areas identical to the competences of the central body of the state administration, or of another body, against which the association acts.
Currently, the Association of Self-Governing Regions has established nine sections - each is headed by a chairman elected by the Association's Assembly. Members are leading professional employees of individual self-governing regions and meet as needed.
property settlement of land & management of regional property
development of secondary education & support of school facilities
support of non-established culture & cultural institutions
coordination of budget & financial relations of regions
position of regions within the drawdown of financial resources from EU funds
provide of health care and pharmaceutical care
comprehensive development of the socio-economic potential of the regions
activities ensuring the improvement of living conditions of residents
development of road infrastructure & transport services of the regions
energy security in the region & energy policy of public administration entities
development of information systems, cyber security & databases
management and maintenance of roads owned by self-governing regions