Public Finance Management Reform Programme Phase VI
Tanzania, United Republic
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Since the 1990’s the Government of United Republic of Tanzania identified the importance of effective PFM arrangements as a contributor to achieving the goals in national development plans. Leading from this, a series of public financial reform programs were launched, and these made a positive contribution to the management of public financial and non-financial resources. In 1998, the Government decided to manage the implementation of PFM reforms through Public Finance Management Reform Programmes (PFMRP). Phase I of PFMRP sought to improve shortcomings in key PFM areas including: the management of public resources, budget planning and preparation, financial reporting and accountability, public procurement management and external audit and oversight functions.