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January 29, 2013

PEFA Newsflash: Good Practice Note on Sequencing Reform

Posted by the PEFA Secretariat

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Following publication of the draft “Guidance Note on Sequencing PFM Reforms”together with two Background Papers in September 2012, several comments were received and reviewed by the authors and these have been incorporated into the final version of these papers, published as a 'Good Practice Note'. The work was undertaken following an extensive period of research and debate around the issues between the PEFA Partners, led by IMF and the European Commission. The documents were authored by Jack Diamond (former Division Chief in the IMF's Fiscal Affairs Department), and Daniel Tommasi, and can be found by clicking the links at the bottom of the page.

Note sur les bonnes pratiques en matière de réalisation des réformes de la GFP

Suite à la publication conjointe en septembre 2012 du projet de Note d'orientation sur la réalisation des réformes de la GFP et de deux documents de référence, plusieurs commentaires ont été reçus et examinés par les auteurs qui les ont été intégrés dans la version finale de ces documents, publiée sous le titre de Note sur les bonnes pratiques. Les travaux avaient démarré après une longue période de recherches et de débats autour des questions soulevées par les partenaires du PEFA, sous la direction du FMI et de la Commission européenne. Les documents sont l’œuvre de Jack Diamond (ancien chef du Département des finances publiques du FMI), et Daniel Tommasi, et peuvent être obtenus en cliquant sur les liens ci-dessous :

Nota de Buenas Prácticas en la secuenciación de reformas

Después de la publicación, en septiembre de 2012, del proyecto de "Nota de orientación sobre Secuenciación de reformas de GFP", junto con dos documentos de referencia, varios comentarios fueron recibidos y revisados ​​por los autores y han sido incorporados en la versión final de estos documentos, publicados como “Nota de buenas prácticas”. El trabajo se llevó a cabo después de un largo período de investigación y de debate en torno a los problemas, entre los asociados del PEFA, liderado por el FMI y la Comisión Europea. Los documentos fueron escritos por Jack Diamond (antiguo Jefe del Departamento de Finanzas Públicas del FMI), y Daniel Tommasi, y pueden encontrarse haciendo clic en los siguientes enlaces:

Good Practice Note on Sequencing Public Financial Management (PFM) Reforms (Jack Diamond - January, 2013)

Background Paper 1: Guidelines for Sequencing PFM Reforms (Jack Diamond - January, 2013)

Background Paper 2: The Core PFM Functions and PEFA Performance Indicators
(Daniel Tommasi - January, 2013

 www.pefa.org

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