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Nigeria - State Governance and Capacity Building Project (English)

The State Governance and Capacity Building Project seeks to enhance the efficiency and accountability within the management of financial, and human resources in participating states, in line with state poverty reduction strategies. The Core Reform Program, the largest component, aims at increasing the ability of Bauchi, Cross River, and Kaduna states to improve the development, and implementation of public policies and programs. To this end, it will rebuild basic systems of public financial, and human resource management in terms of efficiency, accountability, and transparency. In addition, it will promote the standardization of public financial management procedures, and of financial data production, to attain appropriate data aggregation and analysis, and as well, facilitate the formulation and implementation of national fiscal policies. The second component - States specific reform programs - will support additional selected institutional reform, and capacity building initiatives identified by the states. Bauchi and Kaduna states are committed to modernizing their tax payers' identification, and data management systems, in order to strengthen internally generated revenues. Cross River State (CRS) has selected to strengthen the Management Development Institute, as a key element of CRS's public service skills development program, and, to improve the judicial service delivery.

Details

  • Document Date

    2005/05/31

  • Document Type

    Project Appraisal Document

  • Report Number

    32255

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Nigeria,

  • Region

    Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2005/06/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Nigeria - State Governance and Capacity Building Project

  • Keywords

    information and communication technology;financial management information system;Human Resource Management System;Economic and Financial Management;public management reform;per capita income;financial management requirement;public sector reform;public management system;fiscal policy rule;downstream petroleum sector;Public Finance Management;management development;skill development program;internal audit function;Public Financial Management;accounting and reporting;civil service staff;total wage bill;external debt obligation;source of financing;improving resource allocation;central business district;financial management arrangement;civil service training;economic development strategy;nominal interest rate;total budget revenues;annual budget preparation;short term debt;external audit function;civil service pay;poverty reduction objective;tropical rain forest;fund flow arrangements;technical skill development;Civil Service Reform;total external debt;value added tax;conditions of disbursement;quality public service;oil revenue;public resource;governance reform;safeguard policy;Safeguard Policies;institutional change;reform package;federal level;state administration;reform effort;civil society;financial statement;financial affair;good performance;employment creation;qualified accountants;financial datum;ensuring compliance;financial resource;oil price;train activity;governance capacity;establishment control;Fiscal Federalism;exchange rate;tax payer;Fiscal policies;operational objectives;global experience;Macroeconomic Policy;legislative election;systemic corruption;Macroeconomic Stability;Population Growth;contested election;public expenditure;state finance;intergovernmental collaboration;government revenue;fight corruption;export earnings;Exchange Rates;government transparency;military rule;capital spending;operational units;ICT Solutions;state official;public policy;political commitment;

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Nigeria - State Governance and Capacity Building Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/737781468290435714/Nigeria-State-Governance-and-Capacity-Building-Project