Public Finance Management Modernization Project 2

Project Overview

Project Title Public Finance Management Modernization Project 2
Project Number P150381
Country Tajikistan
Overall Project Value(USD) More than 4 000 000
Project Start – Project End June 1, 2015–June 30, 2021
Project Status Active

Funding and Implementing Organizations

Origin of Funding World Bank
Project Budget(USD) 21.000.000
Implementing Organization / Consortium

N/A

Contact / Team Leader / Project Team

Hassan Aliev, Team Leader

Beneficiary Government of Tajikistan

Project Summary, Objectives and Results

Project Summary

The development objective of the Second Public Finance Management Modernization Project for Tajikistan is to improve the effectiveness, control, and accountability of public expenditures of the Republic of Tajikistan.

Project Objectives
  • To enhance efficiency and transparency of public financial management through implementation of an automated financial management information system with interfaces with related public finance management functions and processes.
  • To strengthen institutionally and develop capacities of the Strategic Planning Department and Information Technology Unit in EoP to enhance effectiveness of public setor management and implementing performance-based appraisal system for civil servants to provide them incentives for better performing of their duties.
  • To improve public procurement performance through increased use of information technology to achivere efficiency, transparency, competition and better value for money.
Education Sector VET (IVET & CVET)
Components of the Education Process Institutional strengthening & capacity building, Quality assurance
Occupational Field Economy, Trade, Business and Administration
Target Groups Politicians/decision-makers in economics, labour, employment & education policy
Related Projects

Public Finance Management Modernisation Project, number of project: 2009/227-746, Origin of Funding: European Union, The World Bank.

Activities

The project consists of four components, the implementation of which has been managed by the Ministry of Finance, President Administration and the Public Procurement Agency.

Component 1: PFM Modernization.

This component will aim to build capacity for PFM; enhance training management capacity; improve HR management; modernize the treasury by introducing new budget execution functions such as cash management, payroll management and assets management; upgrade of the current Ministry of Finance information system and integrate it with other PFM information systems; provide connection of budget organizations to the main information system of the Ministry of Finance; develop and adopt a new set of IPSAS standards.

Component 2: Improving Access to Government e-Services.

This component will aim at developing the Registry of Government Functions and Services; creating a Government single portal of e-services; integrating of information systems of public institutions through interaction with the government portal and gateway; improving the quality of public services and reducing the time of their delivery.

Component 3: Upgrade of e-Procurement Information System and Infrastructure.

This component will attempt to help the Public Procurement Agency with implementations of the Government e-Procurement Program via upgrading IT infrastructure and information system in the Public Procurement Agency. The Public Procurement Agency’s information system will be integrated with the Ministry of Finance information system.

Component 4: Project Management.

This component would help coordinate project implementation, ensure the timely and efficient implementation of each activity, provide administrative and fiduciary assistance, and interact with all local and international entities involved in project execution.

Project Results
  • Effectiveness of public expenditure improved.
  • Control of public expenditure improved.
  • Accountability of public expenditure improved.
  • Additional functionalities (modules) of public finance management information system installed.
  • Public procurement strengthened.
  • External audit strengthened.
  • The number of services available through e-Governance system increased.

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