DR ROVEL SHACKLEFORDNAME:                          ROVEL SHACKLEFORDCONTACT DETAILS:               P:(+613) 9752 1300, M:(...
DR ROVEL SHACKLEFORDEMPLOYMENT RECORD:DEC 1986 – OCT     Director Asia Pacific Special Projects, International Monetary Fu...
DR ROVEL SHACKLEFORD                    facilitation to migrate the lessons learnt in DSWD to DOH to achieve ODA          ...
DR ROVEL SHACKLEFORD                    Government. Over the last four years, work activity has centred on assisting      ...
DR ROVEL SHACKLEFORDCERTIFICATION:I, Rovel SHACKLEFORD, declare that:a) The information provided in this CV is accurate an...
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Dr Rovel Shackleford CV January 2011

  1. 1. DR ROVEL SHACKLEFORDNAME: ROVEL SHACKLEFORDCONTACT DETAILS: P:(+613) 9752 1300, M:(+61)438383836 E: r.shackleford@arrinaglobal.comNATIONALITY: AustralianCOUNTRY OF BIRTH South AfricaPROFESSIONAL Bachelor of Adult Learning, Monash University, 1998QUALIFICATIONS: MBA, Refresher, Columbia Business School, 1995 PhD, Warwick University (Economics), 1987 Masters Organizational Psychology, University of Toronto, 1984 MBA, University of Toronto, 1982 Advanced Diploma Public Relations ICS 1980 Bachelor of Political Science, University of Natal, 1979PROFESSIONAL Trustee, Committee for The Economic Development of Australia (since 1991)MEMBERSHIPS Fellow, Australian Institute of Management (since 1989) Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors (since 1992) Member, Institute of Public Administration (since 1998) Fellow, Global Association of Risk Professionals (1995) Life Member, Commodity Management Association Thailand (2001)LANGUAGES: English (Mother Tongue), Afrikaans (fluent), French (fair), Dutch, German (excellent), Mandarin, Spanish (fair), Tagalog (intermediate)COUNTRIES OF Afghanistan, Algeria, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Cambodia, Canada, Chad,WORK: Chile, China, Columbia, Congo, Cuba, Ethiopia, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Iran, Jamaica, Kenya, Korea, Kosovo, Laos, Libya, Mexico, Mongolia, Myanmar, , Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Rwanda, Russia, Sri Lanka, Somalia, South Africa, Thailand, Viet Nam, USA and Zambia.SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE:Dr Rovel Shackleford is a highly qualified economist with over 24 years of capacity building and institutionaldevelopment experience. He has held senior executive positions for both the World Bank and IMF, and hasbeen a principal economic, institutional and strategic adviser to government and industry throughout hiscareer. During his professional life Dr Shackleford has worked with a multitude of donor agencies such asAusAID, UNDP, DFID, EU, WHO, World Bank and the ADB. Dr Shackleford has maintained an ongoingrelationship with the IMF working on debt harmonisation projects in China, Philippines, Indonesia, Timorand Thailand in recent years.Dr Shackleford’s major achievements in the past few years have been the successful incorporation ofinstitutional change in a number of developing economies to tackle the issues of fiscal debt and riskmanagement, socio-economic reform and continuous public sector improvement, accountability andtransparency. Pertinent to this project is Dr Shackelford’s experience with in desktop reviews of infrastructureprojects in Indonesia for AusAID in 2004-2006 and World Bank Lagos Infrastructure Project Nigeria 2006-07. AusAID projects also include a project the Government of Thailand in developing and implementing theintroduction of Poverty Reduction Strategies (PRS) and the ensuing development of new aid modalities e gprogramme based approaches (PBA) as well as an expected increase in general budget support through theSeven Hurdles Programme moving towards increased harmonization and alignment as has been manifested inthe recent Paris Declaration. In 2002-04 Dr Shackleford was Program Leader in the multilateral fundedprocurement reform project in Thailand incorporating Bureau of the Budget and Public Works Department.Dr Shackleford has provided capacity building and advisory support in complex environments of oftencompeting agendas. Dr Shackleford has also gained experience across a wide range of project/programmesincluding treasury, FMIS, ICT, infrastructure, procurement, emergency management, poverty alleviation,infrastructure, education, health, social development and agriculture. This diverse range of experience will bean asset as his ability to quickly gain an understanding of project/programme specific nuances willsignificantly reduce the impact of the learning curve omnipresent in projects of this type. PAGE 1 OF 5
  2. 2. DR ROVEL SHACKLEFORDEMPLOYMENT RECORD:DEC 1986 – OCT Director Asia Pacific Special Projects, International Monetary Fund1988 The IMF provides direct funding support to developing nations within anUSA & HONG approved fiscal management framework.KONG Primary tasks included: • Establishing a Debt Management task force and achieving key deliverables against agreed targets with a team of one hundred and thirty six (136) specialists in financial transaction risk management and funds control • Effective deployment of risk management capacity development requiring the establishment of cross-functional teams • Extensive fiscal management reviews of projects in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia and South America • Fiscal management capacity building at the project level in country • Donor Nation liaison and negotiation • Committee Chairperson of the IMF Fiscal Review and Framework Development Working Party • Development of suitable impact assessment tools and management strategiesFEB 1982 – MAR Technical Director - Fiscal Management Projects, World Bank1986 The World Bank’s Strategic Internal Audit and Fiscal Review Committee wasUSA, ASIA, SOUTH established to manage World Bank funding risk exposure through improvedAMERICA, AFRICA financial management both internally and externally without significant disruption to existing projects and relationships. Primary role encompassed the tasks of: • Alignment of FMC activity within major project clusters into line with funding policy; • Establish policy framework and systems; • Training of FMC teams in new systems; • Developing a strategic approach to monitoring and evaluation within the project management framework; • Liaison with funding suppliers, project partners and donor nations; • Development of procurement guidelines for services contracting; • In country liaison with project partners in financial management; • Develop and implement contractor financial management guidelinesRELEVANT PROJECT EXPERIENCE:SEPT 2004 - 2006 Senior Technical Adviser, Development Banking Model and TreasuryIRAQ Policy Framework (IMF) The IMF is concerned that a robust banking system emerges from the recent Iraq conflict underpinned by a sound and sustainable framework. The role primarily involves mentoring, policy framework guidance for in- country consulting teams and IMF Analysts. The emphasis is on achieving multilateral support and policy harmonisation across the emergent fledgling finance sector in Iraq.FEB 2003/4 Senior Technical Adviser, Philippines ODA M&E Model/FrameworkPHILIPPINES Implementation Technical Overview (GOP) The DSWD and DOH have been building on the technical advisory group responsible for an ODA M&E framework underwritten by the ADB in 1995. DSWD has moved to Balanced Scorecard to enhance ODA funded project/program performance. This position has provided mentoring and PAGE 2 OF 5
  3. 3. DR ROVEL SHACKLEFORD facilitation to migrate the lessons learnt in DSWD to DOH to achieve ODA project/program management harmonisation across agencies thereby reducing administrative costs currently experienced through duplication.FEB 2002 – Team Leader, Review of Treasury M&E Strategy for ImplementationCURRENT in the Asia Pacific Region (IMF)USA This is an internal IMF policy harmonisation program to improve M&E associated with developing nation’s debt management policies and procedures. This program is extremely high level, requiring complex negotiations across a wide stakeholder group with divergent interests.DEC 2001 – MAR Advisor, Organisational Redevelopment (World Bank)2002 Conduct skills audit and gap analyses. Identify focal project goals, reviewPHILIPPINES existing contractor activity and work plans. Asses work program progress and review workshop training materials and programmes. Quantify required resources for project achievement. Design and manage task analysis. Determine engagement protocols for internal personnel selection and external consultants. Identify and develop strategies for cross-sectoral harmonisation across multi Ministry funded programmes. Provide tools for monitoring and evaluation multi-donor funded projects within DSWD, DECS and DOH.NOV – DEC 2001 Short-term Debt Management Adviser, Public Sector Reform ProjectVIET NAM (World Bank) Assess current fiscal framework for GOV and SOEs; determine research and information required for long-term debt management planning. Identify GOV financial management strengths and weaknesses, and capacity building strategies. Recommend systems, training, development, and options for Debt Management Centre roles and functions.APR – DEC 2001-04 Procurement Adviser, CBF Public Sector Financial Reform ProjectTHAILAND (AusAID) Develop public sector procurement handbook in the Thai context providing, process, protocol and policy framework. Assess gaps in current experience relative to world best practice. Research and identify information needs of the public sector in Thailand. Identify RTG financial management strengths and weaknesses, and capacity building strategies. Recommend systems, training, development, and options for procurement roles and functions. Provide infrastructure model for whole of government procurement, asset management and audit management framework.APR 2000 – APR Project Director, Procurement Unit, Early Childhood Development2001 Project (World Bank/ADB)PHILIPPINES Determine research and information required for long-term procurement management planning. Identify GOP procurement management strengths and weaknesses, and capacity building strategies. Recommend systems, training and development and options for procurement roles and functions. Conduct base line study and develop assessment tools for measuring skill development and technology transfer for performance improvement between the consulting team and the ECD Project Management Office.JAN 2000 – FEB Technical Adviser, Financial Management Capacity Building for the2002 DSWD of GOP (WB/ADB)PHILIPPINES Project review and independent assessment on behalf of the GOP for financial management, audit, and governance of projects funded by the World Bank and ADB. Impact assessment and gap review; training and capacity building materials and strategy review. Conducted internal and external stakeholder impact assessments and rewrote TORs for proposed work teams. Provided training to GOP lead agencies concerning ongoing project monitoring and review strategies and tools.MAR 1997 – 2004 Project Director, Debt Restructure Facility for Guangdong ProvinceCHINA (Funded by the GOC) Fiscal Infrastructure and Debt Management restructuring for the Regional PAGE 3 OF 5
  4. 4. DR ROVEL SHACKLEFORD Government. Over the last four years, work activity has centred on assisting the GOC to move a regional fiscal reform project from the Project Design phase through to implementation. The consulting role has been expanded to assist in the establishment of similar projects in other regions of China.JULY 1999 – 2000 Team Leader, Resource Development Program Treasury (Multi DonorDEC Funded Project DFID, EU)SOUTH AFRICA Fiscal Infrastructure and Treasury Management restructuring for the National and Regional Governments. Over three years, work activity centred on assisting the GRSA to design and develop an implementation framework for national and regional fiscal reform projects from the Project design phase through to implementation. The consultancy included the development of TORs for consulting teams to implement the fiscal reform agenda. Monitoring and assessment of work teams was required on an ongoing basis. Project activity centred on Asset Management, Reporting, Audit, Procurement, Accounting Policies, FMIS, Budget Reporting, and Financial Reporting.OCT 1997 – 2001 Lead Consultant, FMIS and Financial Reporting, Ministry of FinanceCHINA (World Bank and GOC) Financial resources management gap assessment research and information required for long-term debt management planning. Identify GOC Regional Debt Management strengths and weaknesses, and capacity building strategies. Recommend systems, training, development, and options for debt roles and functions within the contexts of the Regional Treasury framework and GOC activity. Conduct base line study and develop assessment tools for measuring skill development and technology transfer for performance improvement in financial management. Develop and assist in the establishment of audit performance improvement within the Guangdong Region. Assist the GOC and Regional Governments to establish a pilot Debt Management Office with a predominant focus on Debt Management, Treasury Management, Internal Auditing, Accounting Policies and Systems, FMISAPRIL 2007 – 2009 Lead Consultant, Lagos Infrastructure Project -- Nigeria ( FederalJUNE Ministry of Works and Housing) MIGA World BankLAGOS Support the NGN Federal Ministry of Works and Housing to establish PPP’s through private concessionaires who will manage the roads for 30 years, instituting tolls for usage. A consortium of 21 private sector companies (including South Africa’s Books Global Ltd. and Africon Limited) is undertaking feasibility studies and preliminary engineering designs NGN 48 billion (US$350 million) Lagos Infrastructure Project, a public-private sector participation scheme aimed at the development and improvement of road networks and town infrastructure in Lagos State. This project includes upgrades and construction of major roads and bridges, including the 150 Km Coastal Road, the widening of the Lekki Corridor and the construction of the Fourth Mainland Bridge.JANUARY 2005 – Contract CEO Optec Pty Ltd (Infrastructure Power management TrainingCURRENT & Consulting)AUSTRALIA Providing contract CEO services to Australia’s leading power infrastructure training and consulting group resulting in expansion into the Asia Pacific, Middle east and African regions. Involvement with Optec does not restrict any opportunity for external project work. PAGE 4 OF 5
  5. 5. DR ROVEL SHACKLEFORDCERTIFICATION:I, Rovel SHACKLEFORD, declare that:a) The information provided in this CV is accurate and hereby authorise the person who has received this CV to make whatsoever inquiries it may consider reasonable and necessary to undertake in the course of the Tender assessment in relation to the information I have provided in this CV or any other matter which may relate to my suitability for the position for which I have been nominated; andb) I am available to participate in the role in which I have been nominated in the for the period or periods yet to be determined.Referees:Republic of the PhilippinesASEC. Vilma B. Cabrera – Policy Group Office DSWD (Philippines)Phone: (Office) +63-2-9517438Phone: (Mobile)+ 63-9189345625Email: cheche_40@yahoo.comMr. Frank MaioloCoffee IDLevel 2, 70 Hindmarsh SquareAdelaide SA 5000AUSTRALIAPh: +618 8418 1500Fax: +618 8224 0453Mr Daryl Whelan (Director)Optec Pty Ltd2 Church StreetMorwell, Victoria 3840Ph: +61407822051 January 8, 2011 Signature Date PAGE 5 OF 5

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