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First Progress Report on the World Bank Reimbursable Advisory Services in Romania 2014 (English)

This report presents an overview of the World Bank assistance provided to the Government and other agencies in Romania under the instrument of reimbursable advisory services (RAS), previously called Fee Based Service (FBS). The report focuses on the activities implemented in 2012 and 2013. It only makes a brief reference to the tasks undertaken under the early assistance in 2010-11, mainly the Functional Reviews as these were covered at length under a separate Bank report1. This report is intended for concerned beneficiaries and managing authorities, and in particular the Ministry of European Funds as coordinator of the Bank’s RAS activities and that of the international financial institution’s advisory services. While the report covers all advisory services, attention is given to those supporting Government’s preparation for the next European Union (EU) programming period which are governed by a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the Government and the Bank on January 26, 2012. The Report includes a brief summary of the RAS undertaken (status as of December 31, 2013) and the program results and briefly touches upon some implementation challenges and lessons learned. It does list outputs delivered but does not attempt to capture the outcome of the services provided. A series of Annexes and Tables are included, as well as brief summaries of each of the RAS. As reimbursable advisory services have been financed by the clients (i.e. various Ministries and public institutions) using funds from the European Structural and Cohesion Funds available under the 2007-2013 Programming Period2, the European Commission is also considered an important audience for this report.

Details

  • Document Date

    2014/01/01

  • Document Type

    Annual Report

  • Report Number

    145993

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Romania,

  • Region

    Europe and Central Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2020/02/13

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    First Progress Report on the World Bank Reimbursable Advisory Services in Romania 2014

  • Keywords

    medium term debt management strategy; Advisory services; Integrated Financial Management System; food sector; internal management system; Oil and Gas Sector; capacity-building activity; information and communication technology; Payments to the Bank; quality of public service; legal and regulatory framework; enforcement of competition policy; effectiveness of competition policy; private investment in infrastructure; regulatory impact assessment; Value for Money; human resource strategy; human resource management; public investment management; sustainable development strategy; Public Administration Reform; administrative capacity; metropolitan transport authority; reimbursable advisory services; quality and efficiency; international financial institution; social inclusion; public policy cycle; road construction cost; public consultation process; risk assessment methodology; treatment of royalties; human resource capacity; code of conduct; international good practice; human resource development; national climate change; source of financing; delegation of authority; functional reviews; demand for knowledge; data collection instruments; regional development plans; cross-cutting themes; financial management capacity; management of risk; strategic environmental assessment; quality control mechanism; long term development; performance management system; types of taxes; regional development agency; climate change mitigation; depth of analysis; support to bank; allocation of income; Social Safety Nets; low carbon development; access to knowledge; dissemination of knowledge; risk base; public sector entity; Climate Change Policy; social security contribution; development of methodology; average living standard; institutional capacity building; debt service payment; social investment fund; Fee-Based Services; financial risk management; high quality standard; procedures for debt; private sector representative; tax policy function; provision of information; confidentiality of information; global financial crisis; disadvantaged community; strategic management; consultation workshop; lifelong learning; tax issue; cash management; organizational culture; school leaving; project selection; strategy development; organizational structure; Real estate; spatial planning; green growth; fiscal policy; strategic framework; Tax Evasion; comparative study; Fiscal policies; liability management; tax system; communication strategy; agricultural administration; public finance; verification procedures; institutional review; legal framework; Competition Law; fiscal issue; state aid; institutional mechanism; operational procedure; Land Registration; project finance; government action; national legislation; secondary market; functional specifications; railway infrastructure; transport planning; need assessment; local expert; selection model; policy formulation; business environment; international case; portfolio size; institutional analysis; excise duty; institutional framework; national strategy; financing mechanism; urban development; international expert; windfall gain; delivery plan; lessons learnt; annex annex; policy option; stakeholder analysis; strategy formulation; school inspectorate; performance assessment; modern management; land administration; Higher Education; operational management; road transport; absorption rate; Tax Administration; cutting issues; Public Services; future capacity; decentralization process; corporate governance; integrated strategy; procedural framework; analytical tool; funding requirements; secondary legislation; procedural rule; regulated sectors; Public-Private Partnership; legislative framework; staff capacity; migration plan; debt portfolio; unfair competition; management function; potential investor; metropolitan area; train activity; value added; economic geography; trade competitiveness; rural transportation infrastructure; competitiveness diagnostics; urban transport; solution architecture; sector specialist

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First Progress Report on the World Bank Reimbursable Advisory Services in Romania 2014 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/777991581571237832/First-Progress-Report-on-the-World-Bank-Reimbursable-Advisory-Services-in-Romania-2014