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April 30, 2010

Getting Together on PFM – A New Space for Practitioners

By Mauro Napodano and Simon Stone, PFM Board partners 

The PFM Board is an on-line community where practitioners meet to discuss public financial management issues. The idea to create the board was nurtured in the last two years by a group of nine like-minded colleagues involved in PFM work.

Through its open exchange, the board provides access to government officials and consultants responsible for and supporting PFM reform in developing and transition countries, as well as to individuals coming to the PFM area for the first time. In this way it intends to foster a shared understanding of the main issues at stake in reforming public finances.

There are other PFM presences on the web, including the PEFA Secretariat and this IMF blog. The PFM Board should be seen as complementary: it provides a bottom-up approach to PFM discussion; users can choose topics of interest and freely contribute to enrich the board content.

Registering as a member is free and members can use their real name or an avatar as ‘username’.

If you have something to say and/or to ask about public financial management you will be welcomed at the PFM Board.

PFM Board Partners – Mary Betley, Russell Craig, Simon Groom, Paul Harnett, Martin Johnson, Andrew Mackie, Mauro Napodano, John Short, Simon Stone.


Note: The posts on the IMF PFM Blog should not be reported as representing the views of the IMF. The views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent those of the IMF or IMF policy.


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