PFMR Secretariat aims to strengthen public financial management systems in a bid to enhance transparency, accountability and responsiveness to public expenditure policy priorities. The ultimate vision of the Programme is not only to improve provision of essential public services but also to ensure economic growth, poverty reduction and good governance to the people of Kenya.
To achieve the PFMR vision, 15 key component areas of the public financial system are undergoing far reaching financial management reforms. These component areas, which have further been grouped into six key reform pillars, are in many cases, combining their efforts to reach the Programme’s desired vision.
- 6TH PFM REFORMS SECRETARIAT JOINT TECHNICAL COMMITTEE(JTC) VIRTUAL MEETING THURSDAY JUNE 25, 2020 AT 11.00 A.M
- PFMR STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING DONE – FEBRUARY 2020
- PFMR JOINT TECHNICAL COMMITTEE MEETING DONE – DECEMBER 2019
- COMMUNICATION STRATEGY VALIDATION WORKSHOP DONE
- OPERATIONAL MANUAL VALIDATION WORKSHOP DONE
- SECOND IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT MISSION FOR GESDEK DONE
- WORK PLANS FOR THE FY 2019/2020, FOR THE PFMR STRATEGY – MEETING ON JULY 15, 2019
The following eight results areas were identified to address the eight reform challenges identified:
Result Area 1: Sustainable and predictable fiscal space to deliver government programs.
Result Area 2:Strategic and Transparent Spending on Public Investment and Service Delivery in Line with National and County Policy Commitments
Result Area 3 : Reliable cash for service delivery and public investment.
Result Area 4 :Value for money in procurement and contract management.
Result Area 5 :Value for money, performance & accountability in staffing for service delivery
Result Area 6:Education institutions, health and other service facilities effectively manage public resources.
Result Area 7:Disciplined financial management and accurate reporting.
Result Area 8:Accountability delivered through audit, oversight and follow up Readmore
The PFM Reform Strategy 2018-2023 is anchored in the Medium-Term Plan 2018-2022 (MTP), now in its third iteration (MTP III) which in turn is guided by Vision 2030. The MTP III is anchored on three pillars, Economic, Social and Political, with Enablers providing the underpinning foundation for delivery against each of the pillars. Public finance reforms are identified as one of the keys enabling components of the MTP. In this context, the Strategy underpins the policy for delivery of macroeconomic stability and public services in the MTP III. Readmore