The second issue of 2021 contains six scientific papers. The first paper, written by G. Lalić Novak, Teo Giljević and R. Manojlović Toman examines the use of evidence based law- makingin Croatian regulation on migration. S.Rieznikand H.-B. Lee present the results of the research on citizens’ perception of corruption and transparency as determinants of public trust in local government in Ukraine. M. Achmad, M. Patu and A. Ashariana write about the effect of E-Government implementation on the quality of electronic identity card public services in Indonesia.T. Kristić devotes his paper to organizational aspect of independent agencies for competition regulation, giving a special attention to Spain, Portugal, and Croatia. J. Puljiz, S. Maleković and S. Tišma write about the efficiency of Croatian public administration in choosing the projects that are co-financed through the EU funds. The journal closes with a paper written by Lj. Krpan, D. Pupavac and R. Maršanić devoted to the explanation of the framework for the selection of projects at the county level in Croatia.