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Public Sector Governance Budgetary Reforms Training.

June 3 - June 14

Public Sector Governance Budgetary Reforms

Globalization, modernization, and the fast-evolving private sector have warranted urgent and necessary changes within the public sector. Citizens preferences for faster, better quality and more convenient services is forcing the public sector to undergo reform, which is, in turn, resulting in an increased focus on reform initiatives. Public sector reforms are initiatives undertaken to make deliberate changes to the structure and processes of public sector organizations to enhance public administration. The success of reforms does not only depend on and require technical knowledge and capacity; it also involves financial capabilities, the budgetary reforms and political cooperation.

The budget is a central policy document of government, showing how it will prioritize and achieve its annual and multi-annual objectives. Apart from financing new and existing programmes, the budget is the primary instrument for implementing fiscal policy, and thereby influencing the economy as a whole. Such a document must be clear, transparent and credible if it is to command trust, and to serve as a basis of accountability.

Training modules

Crucial Aspects of Focus when Undertaking Public Sector Reforms

  • Priorities
  • Policies
  • Incentives
  • Rules and law
  • Culture
  • Partnerships
  • Awareness around reforms
  • Drivers of change

Key Principles of Public Sector Reforms

  • Result-oriented framework
  • Clarification of reform objectives
  • Good political strategies and engagement
  • Objective-oriented competencies and skill development
  • Adequate yet risk-free experimentation and innovation
  • Professionalization and improvement in employee morale
  • Standard code of conduct
  • Effective ant-corruption strategies

Principles of Macroeconomic and Fiscal Policy

  • Fiscal policy
  • Debt management analysis
  • Debt sustainability analysis
  • Lending risk analysis
  • Public expenditure and performance budgeting

Public sector institutional reforms best practices;

  • Public sector governance reforms;
  • Accountability in the public sector;
  • Public sector budgeting and budgetary reforms;
  • Anti-corruption strategies in the public sector.

Way forward After the Training

Participants will develop a work plan through the help of facilitators that stipulates application of skills acquired in improving their organizations. ASPM will monitor implementation progress after the training.

Training Evaluation:

Participants will undertake a simple assessment before the training to gauge knowledge and skills and another assessment will be done after the training in-order to demonstrate knowledge gained through the training.


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