The purpose of this study is to analyze the influencing factors of active administration, which has recently attracted attention in the public sector. Noting that despite the increased interest in active administration, there is a lack of empirical research from a theoretical point of view, this study examines the conceptual differentiation of active administration and conducts an empirical analysis of the influencing factors of active administration. In particular, we focused on the public service motivation and and public service values, which are theoretically attracting attention in terms of publicness and may play a role in inducing active administration. As a result of analysis using the data of the '2021 Public Service Life Survey' conducted by the Korea Institute of Public Administration, first, as a result of simple frequency analysis on three questions measuring active administration, the response rate of 'neutral’ was the highest. It was found that 'active administration' was not accepted as a universal behavior in the public service society. Second, the influence of independent variables on active administration is public service motivation (+) > commitment to public service values (+) > professionalism (+) > self-efficacy (+) > change management competency (+) > job autonomy (+) > gender (Female, -) > role ambiguity (+) > age (50s, -) > resource provision (-) > education and training (+) > performance management competency (+) > life satisfaction (+) there is. Motivation for public service and commitment to public service values have a decisive influence. Third, public service value moderated the influence of workload, performance management competency, and innovation management competency on active administration.