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Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure
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Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure

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"Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure" by Assec. Clare Amador, Department of Budget and Management (DBM)

"Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure" by Assec. Clare Amador, Department of Budget and Management (DBM)

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  • 1. Transparency, Accountability and Inclusiveness in Public Expenditure Asec. Clare Amador DBM Chief-of-Staff
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  • 6. “ The way forward is to move, together, in the broad light of day, where everything we do and how we do it is clear, honest and transparent.” - H.E. Aquino III
  • 7. maka TAO Accountable Transparent Open to Stakeholders Public Disclosure Use of Technology Performance Standards Alignment w/ Priorities Stakeholder Participation Demystify Budget
  • 8. Transparency & Accountability Provisions in the 2011 GAA
    • Sec. 97: Posting in the Official Website of Departments/Agencies of the following:
        • Approved Budgets
        • Performance Measures and Targets
        • Annual Procurement Plan
        • Contracts Awarded
        • Name of Contractors/Suppliers/Consultants
        • Targeted and Actual Beneficiaries
        • Utilization of Funds
        • Status of Implementation
        • Program/Project Evaluation/Assessment Reports
    • More than 30 Special Provisions in key allocations, such as lump-sum funds.
  • 9. Leveraging ICT for Transparency
  • 10. Accountability: Public Financial Management Reform
    • PFM Reform Roadmap
      • Single treasury account,
      • Fully-functional internal audit units
      • Core GIFMIS by 2015, etc.
    • Tighter Accountability Reporting
      • “ No Report, No Fund Release”
  • 11. Alignment w/ Social Contract
    • Use of Zero-Based Budgeting
    • Alignment with Social Contract Priorities
      • Five priority areas per Philippine Dev’t Plan
      • Anti-corruption; transparent, accountable and participatory governance
      • Poverty reduction and empowerment of the poor
      • Rapid, inclusive and sustained economic growth
      • Just and lasting peace and rule of law
      • Integrity of the environment and climate change mitigation and adaptation.
  • 12. Stakeholder Participation
  • 13. Demystifying the Budget
  • 14. EMPOWERMENT GOOD GOVERNANCE PATRONAGE CORRUPTION POVERTY PROSPERITY
  • 15. EMPOWERMENT FREE POOR FROM POLITICAL DEBT CONSOLIDATE FORCES OF REFORM DIVIDENDS OF GOOD GOVERNANCE INCLUSIVE GROWTH STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION WEAKEN BASES OF PATRONAGE VIA T&A
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