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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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Output E. Final CD Output IMPLEMENTATION OF THE GUIDANCE A. General Issues B. Reference to Guidance Upon Requests for CD C. Categorization of CD Information and Recipients of Information D. Joint Products E. Coming into Force of Guidance BOX 1. Dissemination of CD Information to Fund Staff TABLE 1. Categories of CD Information APPENDICES I. Policy Application by Information Type and Non-Fund Staff Audience II. Model Transmittal Letter (Ex-Post)—Fund Assessment of CD Delivery III. Model Disclaimer IV. Model Disclaimer—Expectation of

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B. Dissemination of Final TA Advice, Including TA Reports, Outside the IMF V. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE GUIDELINES A. General Issues B. Reference to Guidelines Upon Requests for TA C. Categorization of TA Information and Recipients of TA Information D. Coming into Force of Guidelines APPENDICES Appendix A: Model Transmittal Letter Appendix B: Model Disclaimer Appendix C Appendix D

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Issues B. Reference to Guidelines Upon Requests for TA C. Categorization of TA Information and Recipients of TA Information D. Coming into Force of Guidelines APPENDICES Appendix A: Model Transmittal Letter Appendix B: Model Disclaimer Appendix C Appendix D Front Matter Page STAFF OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES ON THE DISSEMINATION OF TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE INFORMATION March 18, 2020 Executive Summary The Staff Operational Guidelines on Dissemination of Technical Assistance Information have been updated to reflect the authority reserved

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knowledge of these rules and are presumed to have implicitly consented to such disclosure. Appendix II. Model Transmittal Letter (Ex-Post)—Fund Assessment of CD Delivery 1 [Date]   Mr./Ms. ---: [Position] [Ministry of -- / Central Bank of ---/ other] [Address]   Dear Mr./Ms. ---: Please find enclosed [evaluation report name or RBM data] prepared by the [authoring department]. The IMF produces information associated with its assessment of Fund CD delivery, including evaluations and results-based management (RBM) information. Such information

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TA information should be disseminated more widely. The more active sharing of TA information with donors and other TA providers will improve coordination, exploit synergies, and enable the IMF to prioritize and leverage its limited TA resources, thereby fulfilling key objectives under the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness. Moreover, especially from the perspective of their own accountability to their governments and legislators, donors to the IMF’s TA program have a legitimate interest in receiving information on TA that is financed by them. For TA recipient countries, the wider dissemination of TA information among different government agencies will strengthen ownership and facilitate the more effective implementation of TA recommendations. More generally, through publication, the membership and the public at large will benefit from a better understanding of best practices, and the IMF’s experiences in the provision of TA.
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The Staff Operational Guidelines on Dissemination of Technical Assistance Information have been updated to reflect the authority reserved to Fund management and TA recipients to provide explicit consent for the dissemination of TA information in scenarios not specifically envisaged in these guidelines.
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agencies with which Fund documents are shared under the Fund’s Transmittal Policy. The guidelines are posted on the Fund’s external website following their circulation to the Executive Board for its information. In discussing possible TA requests, it would be desirable for departments to inform the member, non-member or international agency requesting Fund TA of the dissemination procedures. Appendix A: Model Transmittal Letter 1 [Date] Mr./Ms. ---: [Position] [Ministry of --/ Central Bank of --/Other] [Address] Dear Mr./Ms. ---: Please

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TA information should be disseminated more widely. The more active sharing of TA information with donors and other TA providers will improve coordination, exploit synergies, and enable the Fund to prioritize and leverage its limited TA resources, thereby fulfilling key objectives under the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness. Moreover, especially from the perspective of their own accountability to their governments and legislators, donors to the Fund’s TA program have a legitimate interest in receiving information on TA that is financed by them. For TA recipient countries, the wider dissemination of TA information among different government agencies will strengthen ownership and facilitate the more effective implementation of TA recommendations. More generally, through publication, the membership and the public at large will benefit from a better understanding of best practices, and the Fund’s experiences in the provision of TA.
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the Fund within 60 days from the transmittal letter. After the expiration of the 60-day period, the TA recipient may still object to the dissemination provided the TA report has not yet been disseminated. 12 See Appendix A for a model transmittal letter containing the standard language to be used for obtaining consent from the TA recipient to disseminate TA reports on a non-objection basis. 13 For final TA reports, the consent of the TA recipient, on a non-objection basis, will be obtained by Fund staff through the transmittal letter. See Appendix A for