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International Monetary Fund. Institute for Capacity Development and International Monetary Fund. Legal Dept.
The Staff Operational Guidance on Dissemination of Capacity Development Information sets forth procedures on the dissemination of capacity development information, based on the objectives of wider, more active, and timelier sharing of information while safeguarding the Fund’s candor and role as trusted advisor. The guidance draws from internal consultations and Executive Directors’ views on the Updated Framework on the Dissemination of Capacity Development Information.
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The IMF’s capacity development (CD) information dissemination policy needs to adapt to a new landscape. The Fund is providing more CD and producing greater and more diverse types of CD-related information. Meanwhile, the external landscape has also evolved, as members, partners, and other CD providers increasingly expect greater transparency and access to information. This paper sets out envisaged reforms to further widen the dissemination and publication of CD information.
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should not presume familiarity with the DAC criteria and provide short definitions of each criterion before asking a set of questions specific to that criterion. The questions should be customized to different stakeholders, which typically include CD recipients, CD providers (including back stoppers), CD managers, area department teams, and, if relevant, RCDC staff, development partners, and steering committee (SC) members. For the first two, the questions should be project-specific and refer to project outcomes/objective. High-level or non-project related questions

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is accountable to the membership more broadly. Financing partners have a legitimate interest in receiving timely information on CD they are funding to satisfy their own domestic accountability requirements. Similarly, broader and timelier dissemination of CD information, will help garner support for the Fund’s work among the membership and public. Increased transparency also helps manage potential funding risks by supporting fundraising efforts. Ownership . Within CD recipient countries, wider and timely dissemination of information among different government

International Monetary Fund. Institute for Capacity Development and International Monetary Fund. Legal Dept.

Fund’s work and helps manage potential funding risks by supporting fundraising efforts. Ownership. Within CD recipient countries, wider and timely dissemination of information among different government agencies mitigates the risk of uncoordinated implementation of CD recommendations and strengthens ownership. More generally, publication of information may also help muster domestic social and political support for reforms. At the same time, this policy recognizes the need for balance and weighs the benefits of increasing dissemination with the potential risks

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@imf.org Web: http://0-www-imf-org.library.svsu.edu Price: $18.00 per printed copy International Monetary Fund Washington, D.C . © 2021 International Monetary Fund Title Page FISCAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT Georgia Draft Public Corporation Reform Strategy John Zohrab and Avril Halstead Technical Assistance Report October 2021 The contents of this report constitute technical advice provided by the staff of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to the authorities of Georgia (the “CD recipient”) in response to their request for technical assistance. This report (in

International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.

–7430 • Fax: (202) 623–7201 E-mail: publications@imf.org Web: http://0-www-imf-org.library.svsu.edu Price: $18.00 per printed copy International Monetary Fund Washington, D.C . © 2021 International Monetary Fund Title Page FISCAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT Kingdom of the Netherlands—Sint Maarten Sustainable Tax Reforms Geerten Michielse and David Wentworth Technical Report September 2021 The contents of this report constitute technical advice provided by the staff of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to the authorities of Sint Maarten (the “CD recipient”) in

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Monetary Fund (IMF) to the authorities of Ukraine (the “CD recipient”) in response to their request for capacity development. This report (in whole or in part) or summaries thereof may be disclosed by the IMF to IMF Executive Directors and members of their staff, as well as to other agencies or instrumentalities of the CD recipient, and upon their request, to World Bank staff and other capacity development providers and donors with legitimate interest, unless the CD recipient specifically objects to such disclosure (see Operational Guidelines for the Dissemination of