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TitleA REVIEW OF UGANDA’S PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT REFORMS (2012 TO 2014): Are the Reforms Yielding the Expected Outcomes?
SubjectPublic Finance Management Refroms
Date of Publication2015
PublisherEconomic Policy Research Centre (EPRC)
Number of Pages44 pagrs
Geographical CoverageUganda
KeywordsIntegrated Financial Management System, Decentralization, Budget Monitoring, Performance reporting
AbstractDespite the enactment of a number of public finance management reforms since the 1990s, misappropriation of public funds in Uganda remains a challenge. For example, scandals in the Office of the Prime Minister where UGX 60 billion was stolen and UGX 340 billion was lost to ghost pensioners in the Ministry of Public Services prompted several donor governments to suspend budget support to Uganda in 2012. In response to this and other challenges, the government took advantage of provisions in existing laws and regulations to initiate a number of new reforms and measures to further strengthen public financial management and improve public service delivery.
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