’ 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-countryIMFadvisors. If a country thinks that it needs an in-countryIMFadvisor, 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