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February 16, 2010

The Pole on Development Strategies and Pubic Finance (UNDP) Looking for a Well-Qualified Expert on Results-Based Public Financial Management

Posted by The Pole on Development Strategies and Public Finance (UNDP) 

The Pole on Development Strategies and Pubic Finance (UNDP) is looking for a well-qualified expert on results based Public Financial Management for a one-month period.

To achieve its objectives in the field of regional integration, the Council of Ministers of the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) passed a new bill (directive) on National budget Law to improve public finance management within the WAEMU region. It changes the WAEMU legal framework with which the eight Member States of the zone had to comply until now.

The expert will draft the appendix related to results based management of the methodological guide that WAEMU plans to provide to its Member States to explain the new rules.

 

To apply please go to the undp.org web site or click on the following link: http://jobs.undp.org/cj_view_job.cfm?job_id=14894

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