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Napodano

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2014 PFM Board Spring Prize
« on: March 21, 2014, 07:25:56 GMT »

This is a new prize that we at www.PFMBoard.com award to a leading person/institution which has left a mark in the PFM profession.

The first Spring Prize goes to the PEFA Secretariat for its work on guiding and promoting the Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability performance assessment of PFM systems in a country. Since its establishment in 2001 the Secretariat has succeeded in making the PEFA program the standard in the analysis of PFM systems as the PEFA addresses the full spectrum of PFM processes and procedures at central and  sub-national levels of government. The PEFA approach of high-level indicators  has been  incorporated into development partner institutions’ approach to analysing PFM  in Fiduciary  Risk, as well as to develop drill-down in specific areas of PFM.  PEFA has been applied in over 140 countries and the PEFA Secretariat is in the process of a year-long exercise to review and enhance it.
 
Well done and thank you, PFM Secretariat, for leading the way in our profession.

Frans

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Re: 2014 PFM Board Spring Prize
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2014, 20:14:55 GMT »
Congratulations to the PEFA Secretariat team for their hard work and dedication to making this instrument a real success. The praise should also go to the current and past PEFA Steering Committee members for their strong, continuous contributions to achieving the PEFA program objectives, not least their work with colleagues within their respective institutions to ensure the broad institutional support that has been essential for the success. Keep it up!

Napodano

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Re: 2014 PFM Board Spring Prize
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2014, 06:51:30 GMT »
Congratulations to the PEFA Secretariat team for their hard work and dedication to making this instrument a real success. The praise should also go to the current and past PEFA Steering Committee members for their strong, continuous contributions to achieving the PEFA program objectives, not least their work with colleagues within their respective institutions to ensure the broad institutional support that has been essential for the success. Keep it up!

... and thanks to you, Frans, for getting all this started just over ten years ago.

 

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