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’ feedback attest (e.g., BOP surveys, hiring and training of additional staff, and software development). 87. One suggestion was for the IMF to consider having in-country IMF advisors. If a country thinks that it needs an in-country IMF advisor, it should make the formal request either through its executive director on the IMF Board of Directors or directly to the Director of the IMF Statistics Department. The IMF may fund a limited number of in-country advisors each year depending on the availability of funds. More intensive TA can also be provided through the IMF