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Liberia - Integrated Public Financial Management Reform Project (Inglês)

The development objective of the Integrated Public Financial Management Reform Project is improved budget coverage, fiscal policy management, financial control, and oversight of government finances of Liberia. There are five components to the project. The first component of the project is enhancing budget planning systems, coverage, and credibility. The objective of this component is to establish comprehensive budget coverage and strengthen fiscal policy and budget management at all levels of government. The second component of the project is strengthening Project Financial Management (PFM) legal framework, budget execution, accounting, and reporting. The objective of this component is to strengthen the legal basis for budget management while ensuring that the budget is executed as planned and the quality of information on fiscal operations is improved for more informed government decision. The third component of the project is revenue mobilization and administration. The objective of this component is to complement efforts aimed at improving the efficiency and integrity of revenue administration in order to increase domestic revenue of central government entities, and to integrate revenue systems within overall PFM. The fourth component of the project is enhancing transparency and accountability. The objective of this component is to improve transparency and accountability in PFM by increasing the Government's ability to report on and account for public revenues and expenditures and to strengthen the General Auditing Commission and Legislature, enabling them to execute better their oversight function as assigned under the Liberian Constitution and the PFM Act. The fifth component of the project is program governance and project management1. The objective of this component is to provide a robust project and program management function that caters to the needs of integrated coordination and monitoring of the implementation of the program, serve as the enabling component for delivery of PFM human resource capacity, and assure the appropriate sequencing of interventions across the various reform fronts consistent with the criteria in the PFM reform strategy.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2011/11/18

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de avaliação do projeto:

  • No. do relatório

    64363

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Libéria,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2011/11/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Disclosure Type

    1111495

  • Board Meeting Date

    2011-12-15T00:00:00Z

  • Nome do documento

    Liberia - Integrated Public Financial Management Reform Project

  • Palavras-chave

    human resource management information system;population living in extreme poverty;information and communication technology;Public Expenditure and Financial Management;Public Financial Management;Demographic and Health Survey;Tax Policy and Administration;accounting and reporting;economic and financial analysis;Medium Term Budget Framework;public sector investment program;Oil &Gas;Oil and Gas;tax and customs administration;Risks and Mitigation Measures;legal and regulatory framework;governance and public sector;misuse of public funds;human resource capacity;internal audit function;Budget Management;budget preparation process;balance of payment;quality of information;central government entity;improved service delivery;fiscal policy management;internal audit manual;gender budget;budget coverage;sustainable poverty reduction;person with disability;balance of power;implementation of reform;strengthening budget execution;provisions of law;chart of account;sexual harassment policy;access to information;external audit function;budget management process;national poverty line;budget support operations;risk of violence;external audit oversight;Safeguard Policies;public sector reform;safeguard policy;civil service pay;Donor funded projects;total tax revenue;gender based violence;internal audit process;international trade tax;domestic debt management;Cash flow forecast;public procurement process;law and regulation;internal control weakness;government decision making;national budget system;benefits of peace;rural labor force;affirmative action program;medium-term expenditure framework;tax collection system;essential social services;institutional capacity building;minister of finance;local government administration;management and administration;debt sustainability analysis;Financial Management System;South-South Knowledge Exchange;legal framework;public finance;domestic revenue;revenue authority;internal auditor;Fiscal policies;enhancing transparency;development partner;oversight function;reform process;financial statement;fiscal operation;rural area;change management;fiscal risk;financial reporting;Civil War;payroll system;budget proposal;improve revenue;financing account;Economic Policy;legal basis;audit methodology;reform actions;institutional framework;financial control;audit strategy;automation systems;operational expense;institutional context;revenue administration;donor support;fiscal decentralization;macroeconomic model;legislative scrutiny;vulnerable employment;significant challenge;administrative framework;accountability mechanism;budget credibility;social infrastructure;employment generation;efficient tax;gender equity;government commitment;increasing transparency;economic efficiency;fragile states;budget size;working condition;budget allocation;vulnerable group;fiscal reporting;gender mainstreaming;democratic governance;national policy;incentive structure;Macroeconomic Stability;complementary reform;budget planning;software cost;reform design;financing need;transaction process;administrative capacity;budget institution;reform effort;young men;general budget;marginalized group;fiscal position;fiscal impact;net effect;project selection;income account;realistic budget;marginal improvement;medium-term budget;annual budget;budget capacity;operational tool;computer hardware;regulatory oversight;financial oversight;financial compliance;professional training;public consultation;profit tax;inflection point;object classification;fiscal monitoring;train activity;financial programming;fiscal framework;analytical tool;reform strategy;social accountability;ensuring transparency;financial processes;Job Creation;gradual decentralization;budget analysis;consultancy service;project accounting;accounting arrangements;cash inflow;international standard;fiscal control;legislative committee;logistical support;local training;outreach program;executive branch;Legislative Oversight;energy infrastructure;audit training;logistics support;logistic support

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