adequate attention was paid to skills transfer, and the quality of supervision by IMF Headquarters. To measure the beneficiaries’ overall satisfaction, the respondents are also asked to rate the overall progress of the assignment.
Since 2000, 105 evaluationquestionnaires have been received from beneficiary authorities covering 89 projects. Overall, the beneficiary authorities continue to be very positive about the effectiveness of the JSA-funded technical assistance projects. As shown in Figure 9 , 58 percent of the respondents were highly satisfied with the overall
This paper reports a brief description of the IMF and its activities, focusing in particular on its technical assistance activities. The report describes in detail the Japan Administered Account for Selected Fund Activities (JSA)—its objectives, size, scope and use, as well as assessments of its activities, with a focus on fiscal year 2004—and the scholarship programs that it finances. The IMF finances its technical assistance for its member countries mainly from its own budgetary resources; it also receives external financing from bilateral and multilateral partners. JSA resources can be used to cover the costs of short- and long-term technical assistance experts and those providing seminars and workshops. In addition, JSA projects in two or three countries are visited and reviewed each year by a joint Japan-IMF mission. These visits provide the Japanese authorities with a firsthand view of how JSA funding is being used in the field.
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This paper suggests a way forward in the effort to measure statistical capacity building by combining features of two tools – the Project Management System, a logical framework methodology that the IMF Statistics Department uses to plan, monitor, and evaluate technical assistance projects, and the Data Quality Assessment Framework, a methodology for assessing data quality that brings together best practices and internationally accepted concepts and definitions in statistics
projects are completed. On the basis of PMS evaluationquestionnaires for 20 country projects that were completed recently by both project staff and country authorities, the results in terms of achievement and sustainability of the projects were lined up according to the DQAF elements (see Table 2 ). The table itself demonstrates the additional power that the incorporation of the DQAF contributes to the PMS methodology. Without the DQAF framework on the vertical scale, it would not be possible to sum up project evaluation results, as the original PMS evaluation
, the respondents are also asked to rate the overall progress of the assignment.
Since 2000, 100 evaluationquestionnaires have been received from beneficiary authorities covering 84 projects. Overall, the beneficiary authorities continue to be very positive about the effectiveness of the JSA-funded technical assistance projects. As shown in Figure 9 , 60 percent of the respondents expressed a high satisfaction with the overall progress of the assignment, and another 38 percent were satisfied. Annex 3 provides greater detail regarding the results of the ongoing
was paid to skills transfer, and the quality of supervision by IMF headquarters. So that the overall satisfaction of the authorities could be measured, the respondents were also asked to rate the overall progress of the assignment.
Since 2000, 120 evaluationquestionnaires have been received from beneficiary authorities. Overall, the beneficiary authorities continue to be very positive about the effectiveness of the JSA-funded TA projects. As shown in Figure 9 , 60 percent of the respondents were highly satisfied with the overall progress of the assignments
out sectoral risk assessments and introducing new risk-based tools for AML/CT supervision. To monitor sectoral risks on a continuous basis, the FIAU has introduced Risk EvaluationQuestionnaires which must be submitted on an annual basis by each subject person. Authorities have also issued sector specific AML/CFT guidance. Coordination among relevant authorities remains strong, with active participation in the NCC work.
Adopt a multi-prong strategy that includes: (i) ensuring that banks appropriately apply preventive measures; (ii) fully implementing a risk
the central bank. Safeguards staff coordinate with area departments and, since the 2010 review, such frameworks are now typically finalized before the first program review, or earlier. Work on a pilot for fiscal safeguards reviews is discussed in the next section of this paper.
16. A self-evaluationquestionnaire has been developed . The objective is to raise awareness and knowledge of key safeguards attributes and the questionnaire has been disseminated to central bank officials at regional safeguards seminars since 2014. 12 The questionnaire sets out the basic
The Kyrgyz Republic -- Joint Economic Assessment: Reconciliation, Recovery and Reconstruction; Prepared by the Asian Development Bank, International Monetary Fund, and The World Bank; With the participation of Eurasian Development Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, European Commission, International Finance Corporation, and The United Nations