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).
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Government Finance Statistics Manual 2014
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execution, the emphasis was placed on: (i) having Parliament present and adopt annual laws and regulation; (ii) pursuing reforms geared to the deconcentration of the functions of authorizing officers, financial controllers, and accountants in all central and regional entities; (iii) development of an integrated governmentfinanceinformationsystem; and (iv) creation of a pilot Economic Program Monitoring Technical Committee (CTSPE) at the BCM, which should pave the way for improving collaboration and exchanges among all stakeholders with roles in reporting economic data
/2004 on Local and Central Government Fiscal Balance requires, among other things, that the MoF provides a national governmentfinanceinformationsystem, and that government finance statistics (GFS) 1 derived from this system be disseminated to the public on a regular basis.
The working arrangements relating to the collection and processing of fiscal data are set out in Law 17/2003 and the Government Regulation on Local Government Finance Information No. 11/2001 (Article 2) and MoF Decree 302/2004. Under these arrangements, two groups have been set up within the MoF
Mauritania’s poverty reduction strategy paper is based on a broadly participatory process and serves as the policy framework for the country’s economic and social policies. The focus is to accelerate economic growth and stabilize the macroeconomic framework, which benefits the poor, ensure the development of human resources and expansion of basic services, and improve governance and build capacity. In the revision the focus is to strengthen leadership, monitoring, evaluation, and coordination. Mauritania has to take up major challenges to achieve the objectives established at the outset.
This report on the Observance of Standards and Codes on Data Module for Indonesia highlights that the Indonesian statistical system is undergoing fundamental transition. The statistical agencies are dealing with important challenges. They are at various stages of adopting and implementing internationally recognized best practice methodologies for each major macroeconomic dataset. They are also seeking to adapt the statistical system to measure ongoing structural change in the economy, including increasing global integration.
standardized layout; and (v) adopting a master plan for developing and consolidating governmentfinanceinformationsystems.
Money and credit policy
322. The government will pursue a prudent monetary policy in order to maintain price stability (with a view to reducing the rate of price rises to 5 percent by 2010), to lay the foundation for sustainable growth, and to guarantee a stable exchange rate that will help the Mauritanian economy stay competitive. To ensure that the country’s monetary policy remains firmly on track, the monetary authorities will continue to
This paper discusses implementation of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) in Mauritania. The second phase of the PRSP is accompanied by a Medium-Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) for 2006–10. MTEF determines the overall cost of the action plan in terms of both current and capital expenditure, and defines the source of the financing needed for its implementation. The financial support of Technical and Financial Partners, which will remain necessary for a time, will gradually give way to technical and strategic support, with emphasis on the transfer of technology and know-how.