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  • Prior to FMIS Presentation at 3:45 – repeat slide
  • FMIS – Slide 9
  • FMIS – Slide 11
  • FMIS – Slide 13
  • FMIS – Slide 17
  • FMIS – Slide 21
  • FMIS – Slide 22
  • FMIS – Slide 23
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Worldbank fmis&results hadden Worldbank fmis&results hadden Presentation Transcript

  • IFMIS Implementations
    a history of success and failures
    World Bank study
  • http://blog-pfm.imf.org/
  • Context: What we Know and What we Don’t Know
    2003 FMIS report
    disappointing results
    2010 Report
    World Bank projects 1984-2010
    55 closed, 32 active
    primarily from World Bank documents & analysis
  • http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF&msa=0&msid=101777630030704959267.000491cccf1c14ff54bda
    55 closed, 32 active FMIS projects
  • FMIS Profiles
    Client/Server through web-based
    Small countries to large
    Very low to high capacity
    Across all World Bank regions (& regional variances)
    COTS and LDSW
    Narrow focused Treasury to large integrated systems
    Some with multiple World Bank loans
  • Document Structure
    Descriptive Data Analysis
    Project Performance
    5 Case Studies
    Conclusions
    Appendixes
  • FMIS Benefits
    Predictability
    Participation
    Transparency
    Accountability
  • 1. How many project completed on budget?
    Under 1/3
    Between 1/3 and 2/3
    Above 2/3
  • 3. 82%
  • What factor most influences FMIS project failure?
    Complex project design/large # of procurement packages
    Inadequate capacity/training of project teams
    Inadequate ICT infrastructure
    Inappropriate technology
    Ineffective project coordination
    Lack of leadership commitment
    Lack of proper skills in project team
    Organizational structure poorly suited for integration
    Weak project preparation and planning
  • 3. Inadequate capacity/training of project teams
  • What is the most important FMIS success factor?
    Adequate preparation and clarity of design
    Close World Bank supervision
    External environment (uncontrollable)
    Flexible project management
    Focus on capacity building and training
    Good project management and coordination
    Pre-existing enabling environment (ICT, HR, accounting)
    Suitable political environment & committed leadership
  • 5. Focus on capacity building and training
  • Trend Lines COTS & LDSW
    Cautions about making conclusions
  • Case Studies
    Outcome, sustainability, development impact, bank performance, borrower performance
    Implementation Completion Report
    Independent Evaluation Group
  • Blending the evaluation criteria, which country FMIS project was highest rate?
    Albania
    Guatemala
    Mongolia
    Pakistan
    Turkey
  • 2. Guatemala
  • Checklist
  • What is the largest barrier to making FMIS software sustainable?
    Civil servant capacity building
    Civil servant retention
    Costs of maintaining technical infrastructure: computers, networks, data centres, database software, virus protection etc.
    Costs to adapt software for reform
    Costs to maintain and upgrade FMIS software
  • What is the most important pre-requisite for FMIS success?
    Budget classification
    unified chart of accounts, integrated with budget classification
    commitment control and monitoring mechanisms
    cash management functions
    secure countrywide communication network
    system/data centers
    core team of ICT specialists within PFM organizations
    Treasury single account operations
  • What recommendation do you think has the biggest impact on reliability + cost effectiveness of an FMIS?
    Using electronic payment systems
    Using digital/electronic signatures for all transactions
    Electronic document management
    Publishing budget execution and performance monthly
    Interoperability and reusability of the information system
    FMIS development and project management based on international standards
    Using Free/Open Source Software (FLOSS) in PFM applications
  • Which Success Factor do you think is most important?
    proper attention to capacity building and training plans,
    close World Bank supervision of the projects,
    strong leadership and a conducive political environment, and
    Flexibility in the way the project was designed and managed.
  • What transparency initiative is or would be the most beneficial for your country?
    Aid transparency
    Budget execution + financial reports
    Budget preparation + budget books
    Civil service transparency in hiring and salaries
    Revenue transparency – taxes, extractive industries
  • How many projects were completed on budget?
    Under 1/3
    Between 1/3 and 2/3
    Above 2/3
  • What factor most influences FMIS project failures?
    Complex project design/large # of procurement packages
    Inadequate capacity/training of project teams
    Inadequate ICT infrastructure
    Inappropriate technology
    Ineffective project coordination
    Lack of leadership commitment
    Lack of proper skills in project team
    Organizational structure poorly suited for integration
    Weak project preparation and planning
  • What is the most important FMIS success factor?
    Adequate preparation and clarity of design
    Close World Bank supervision
    External environment (uncontrollable)
    Flexible project management
    Focus on capacity building and training
    Good project management and coordination
    Pre-existing enabling environment (ICT, HR, accounting)
    Suitable political environment & committed leadership
  • What country listed in the case studies do you think had the best blended score (outcomes, sustainability, bank performance, borrower performance)?
    Albania
    Guatemala
    Mongolia
    Pakistan
    Turkey
  • What is the most important pre-requisite for FMIS success?
    Budget classification
    Development of a unified chart of accounts, integrated with budget classification
    Development of commitment control and monitoring mechanisms
    Establishment of cash management functions
    Establishment of secure countrywide communication network
    Preparation of system/data centers
    Presence of a core team of ICT specialists within PFM organizations
    Treasury single account operations
  • What is the largest barrier to making FMIS software sustainable?
    Civil servant capacity building
    Civil servant retention
    Costs of maintaining technical infrastructure: computers, networks, data centres, database software, virus protection etc.
    Costs to adapt software for reform
    Costs to maintain and upgrade FMIS software
  • Which recommendation do you think has the biggest impact on reliability + cost effectiveness of a FMIS?
    Using electronic payment systems
    Using digital/electronic signatures for all transactions
    Electronic document management
    Publishing budget execution and performance monthly
    Interoperability and reusability of the information system
    FMIS development and project management based on international standards
    Using Free/Open Source Software (FLOSS) in PFM applications
  • Which of the following options is the most critical success factor for a successful FMIS?
    Proper attention to capacity building and training plans
    Close World Bank supervision of the projects
    Strong leadership and a conducive political environment
    Flexibility in the way the project was designed and managed