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International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

for consolidated central government by including SSF and disseminate to the IMF and on the MOF website . FPLD and NSSF March 2022 Compile and disseminate annual GFS for central government by consolidating BCG with extrabudgetary funds . FPLD and relevant institutions responsible for extrabudgetary funds June 2022 Compile and disseminate quarterly PSDS based on the PSDS template. Collect arrears data on the Government and SOEs and compile supplementary data for GFS . FPLD, EFDMD and SOERD Ongoing Compile and disseminate annual GFS in a

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
This technical assistance (TA) report on government finance statistics (GFS) covers the remote TA to the Ministry of Finance (MOF) during September 21–October 2 and December 14–18, 2020 and March 9–13 and April 19–23, 2021 (which was extended to May 2021). These peripatetic activities were conducted remotely due to the travel restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 situation. This report documents the main achievements from these activities. These activities were part of the GFS and Public Sector Debt Statistics (PSDS) project funded by the Government of Japan (JSA3) and implemented by the IMF Statistics Department (STA) and the IMF Capacity Development Office in Thailand (CDOT).
International Monetary Fund

2001 operating statements, statements of sources and uses of cash, and partial balance sheets, all of which should be published on the MOF websites. Currently a system has been set up to allow for an automatic conversion of budget files to GFSM 2001 data; however, these data are yet to be published on the MOF website. Monetary and financial statistics (MFS) and financial soundness indicators (FSIs) : Good quality monetary statistics are compiled by BI on a timely basis. With STA assistance, BI has compiled and reported monetary data using the Standardized

International Monetary Fund
This report on the Observance of Standards and Codes (ROSC)—data module—provides an assessment of the Slovak Republic’s macroeconomic statistics against the Special Data Dissemination Standard (SDDS), complemented by an assessment of data quality based on the IMF’s Data Quality Assessment Framework. The assessment reveals that statistical agencies in the Slovak Republic generally have a legal and institutional framework that supports statistical quality, although the formal legal mandate to disseminate statistics should be made explicit. Resources are generally adequate for existing statistical programs.