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International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

M Start documenting GFS compilation procedures. Compilation procedures are well documented and updated periodically. 2020H1 MOF: Lead Macro Outcome: Improved timeliness of data made available internally and/or to the public (shorter delays) H Resume timely dissemination of monthly GFS to the National Summary Data Page (NSDP). Monthly GFS for budgetary central government operations are disseminated within two months after the end of the reference period. Monthly MOF: Lead Macro H Resume timely dissemination of annual

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
In response to a request from the authorities and as part of the United Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) Enhanced Data Dissemination Initiative (EDDI) 2 project, a government finance statistics (GFS) mission visited Maseru, Lesotho, during January 20–31, 2020. The mission was the last, in a series of five consecutive technical assistance (TA) missions to Lesotho, as part of the EDDI 2 project. The objective of the five-year project, that started in 2015 was to foster compilation and dissemination of GFS and public sector debt statistics (PSDS) consistent with international methodological standards. The work program under the project identified the enhancement of classification of transactions in fiscal accounts and the expansion of the institutional coverage of data to include all significant general government units as key milestones to achieve by the end of the project.
International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific Dept

-IMF Public Sector Debt Statistics (PSDS) database; (iv) document GFS compilation procedures and derivation tables, (v) continue to implement the action plan for the IMF Results Based Management Framework (RBM) for GFS and PSDS; and (vi) expanding institutional and data coverage to the general government as recommended during the GFS mission in March 12–16 2018. Monetary and financial statistics. The NBC reports monetary data using the standardized reporting forms for the central bank and other depository corporations on a monthly basis. As a result of a TA mission

International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.
This paper on government finance statistics (GFS) mission in Lesotho presents a review of progress against recommendations of previous GFS technical assistance (TA) missions and further assist with improving the quality of GFS currently compiled and disseminated. The mission reviewed progress with implementation of previous GFS TA recommendations and updated the public sector institutional table. The mission reviewed the new compilation methods and noted some improvements with the approach. Accounts payable are now recorded under financing, to bridge the timing difference of commitment basis expenditure. The report explains that the legal and institutional environment is conducive to compiling macroeconomic and financial statistics; the relevance and practical utility of existing macroeconomic and financial statistics are monitored; management processes are in place to monitor the quality of macroeconomic and financial statistics; and institutional integrity, transparency, and ethical practices meet statistical standards. There is still a need to correct recording to distinguish expense from acquisition of financial assets.
International Monetary Fund. Statistics Dept.

H Start recording transactions below the line on accounts payable as the difference between commitment and payment transactions in IFMIS. 2019Q1 H Start to regularly reconcile revenue data from bank accounts and revenue data from LRA. 2019Q1 Outcome: Data are compiled using appropriate statistical techniques, including to deal with data sources, and/or assessment and validation of intermediate data and statistical outputs M Start documenting GFS compilation procedures. 2019Q2 Outcome: Improved timeliness of data made

International Monetary Fund. Asia and Pacific Dept
Cambodia has made significant progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) due to years of impressive economic growth and reforms. Income growth has outpaced peers, poverty has declined, and the economy has begun to gradually diversify. At the same time, elevated financial sector vulnerabilities, development spending needs, and governance weaknesses pose challenges for further advancing sustainable growth and development.