Public administration is, supposedly, a neutral system where gender of employees shouldn’t be allowed to play any kind of role – consequently, its perspective wasn’t used in many researches about public administration. Despite all that, there are more and more questions regarding gender when it comes to talking about public administration – is the quota of women in public administration rising, what is their share in higher positions and so on. In the past females were found on lower job positions, while males were dominating on higher, leading positions. The army and police force were also known to be reserved for me. All these things have changed through the years. Women became highly educated, they started to fill higher, leading positions, they even started to entry the army and the police force. The expression »feminization« marks the occurrence of number of women increasing in a certain field is one of the main topics of this work. The research challenge was presented by the question if the occurrence of feminization is present in Slovene central administration, which presents the core of public administration. Main goal of the research is to establish the movement of employing women in Slovene state administration trough a set period of time – from 2006 to 2016. The goal is also to show the employing of women on leading positions in Slovene central administration and in fields, that in the past were mostly dominated by males. The research that incorporates the results for the era between 2006 and 2016 shows, that the male share in whole Slovene central administration is still bigger that the women share, however, they are fairly close. The numbers and shares of women on leading positions, the Slovene army and the police force grew.