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Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                    In...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy                                                                      ...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Plan...
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Implementation Plan of Framework for Economic Growth, Pakistan - Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri, Advisor Pakistan Planning Commission

  1. 1. Implementation Plan ofFramework for Economic Growth Result Based Management Government of Pakistan Planning Commission 24th May, 2012
  2. 2. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency)Strategic Objective 1: Implementation of New Economic Growth Framework through Result Based Management Formulated Framework for Economic  Inclusive, high  Planning  Falling long run  Implemented new Growth by Planning Commission in and sustainable Commission potential growth approach to accelerating consultation with stakeholders and growth rate to  Provincial rate and boom and sustaining economic approved by NEC in May 2011 to improve quality P&D Depts. bust cycle of growth “ Framework for achieve 5-6% annual growth rate in of life of people  All Federal growth Economic Growth” short-term and 7-8% in long-term by Ministries/  Low growth in  Achieved 5-6% annual enhancing productivity and Agencies/ recent years much growth rate and paved the competitiveness, focusing on: Depts. and below the potential way for long term o Competitive markets and trade Provincial growth rate of 7- sustainable growth of 7- openness counterparts 8% attributed to 8% o Building a better government  District low contribution of  Pursued economic reform o Creative cities Govts. productivity to agenda that enhanced o Connecting to compete  Private growth on account o productivity and o Youth and community engagement sector of competitiveness o Implementation through RBM  Developme o Lack of o Innovation and nt partners competitive entrepreneurship  Civil society/ markets and o Quality of governance Media foreign (regulations, civil competition service, legal and o Lack of judicial framework, efficient public taxation system), sector markets and R&D management o Creative ability of cities o Limited urban by amending zoning Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri development laws and building and regulations connectivity o Connectivity to o Inadequate markets and people education o Engagement of youth system and community 2
  3. 3. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) o Limited R&D o Implementation ability capacity of public institutions for delivery of public services and security Implemented Framework for Economic  Effective public  Planning  RBM in entirety  Established Result Based Growth (FEG) through Result Based investment Commission doesn’t exist Management Framework Management (RBM) advocating result  Sustainable  Line however o Enhanced role of the (performance) orientation in ministerial high growth , Ministries monitoring Planning Commission strategy, budget, audit, monitoring & reduction in  Provincial mechanism in from management of evaluation and reporting poverty and Depts. place in Planning projects to national improvement in  District Commission, reform and quality of life Govts. Provincial P&D development Depts. and large o Effective coordination entities of reform  Though large implementation by quantum of data Planning Commission on various socio- and provincial P&D economic aspects Departments (where available; baseline most of the reform monitor-able agenda implemented performance with additional indices of projects resources under 18th and reform Amendment and 7th agenda yet to be NFC Award) to avoid Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri developed haphazard implementation o Designed Implementation/Action Plan of FEG reflecting agency wise time 3
  4. 4. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) bound policy, regulatory, markets and institutional reforms focusing not only on implementation and outputs but also on outcomes, impact and indicators on baseline and targets of results to be achieved/ delivered o Aligned strategic plans of ministries and agencies with FEG o Integrated recurrent and development budgets focusing on delivery of services and performance o Strengthened system of output-based- budgeting (MTBF) in federal government and encourage provinces to adopt Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri o Strengthened system of M&E focusing on achievement of results o Enhanced capacity of sub-national governments, civil 4
  5. 5. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) society, and communities for effective reform designing, implementation, M&E and improve public service deliveryStrategic Objective 2: Competitive Markets and Trade Openness Reformed financial and capital markets  High &  SBP  Limited Risk  Fostered independence o Strengthened policy and regulatory sustainable  SECP sharing and professional capacity regime and supervisory and growth through arrangements, of SBP and SECP for enforcement capacity of SBP and sound and hedging and adequate supervision and SECP efficient portfolio regulations o Ensured adequate legislation for financial system diversification for  Developed NBFIs allowing speedy contract enforcement, debt lack of financial strong competition, wide recovery and bankruptcy instruments range of financial products o Enforced stringent corporate  Cumbersome legal and broad based access governance, transparency and procedures for to financial services enhanced disclosure standards contract  Designed capital market o improved payment and settlement enforcement reforms in the areas of system to reduce high financial  Weak applications pension, insurance and transaction cost of accounting, government bond markets auditing, through dialogue and regulation and participation with private Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri supervision sector standards  Reduced through stringent  Moral hazards led regulations, govt. to accumulation of borrowing, inflation, NPL by banks nominal interest rate &  High inflation interest spread and 5
  6. 6. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) (13.9%) , low improved return on return on deposits, deposits crowding out of  Single digit inflation private sector by high govt. borrowing, and high interest rate Implemented tariff reforms that  Promoted  Planning  Import tariffs still  Implemented FEG trade promoted competition and investment competitive and Commission high reforms and Strategic by: efficient  Ministry of  Low competitive Trade Policy Framework o Reducing tariff dispersion through industry and Commerce ranking 101th o Simplified tariff lowering custom duty rates domestic &  National  Export grew by 9% structure o Reducing protection & subsidy international Tariff annually during o Reduced tariff regimes (export subsidy, import trade Commission 2006-11 dispersion and taxes) and eliminating tariff  Engineering  Regional trade distortionary tariff exemptions and concession on Developme 17% of global regime protected sectors and abolishing nt Board trade o Enhanced domestic distortionary regulatory duties  FBR  Trade 29% of commerce GDP o Supportive macro policies and services o Enhanced product sophistication o Enhanced firm level competitiveness Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri o Beefed up Export Investment Support Fund  Placed on website computable versions of trade data and custom 6
  7. 7. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) tariff schedule  Improved competitive ranking to 75th  Regional trade 25% of global trade  Export to grow annually by 13%  Trade increased to 35% of GDP Trade and investment facilitated  Enhanced trade  Ministry of  Non-tariff barriers  Deregulated prices of o Liberalized financial services to & investment Commerce exist energy and agriculture facilitate financial transaction, and reduced  FBR  Weak value- chain products expand cross border investment cost of doing  SBP Price distortion  Reduced infrastructure and financial risk mitigation business  Ministry of and direct & gaps by promoting o Enhanced connectivity by Comm. implicit subsidy investment in improving logistics and ICT  Ministry of exist on oil, gas, transportation, storage, o Fostered regional markets by Railways electricity and clearance and forwarding removing barriers to trade in goods  MoIT agriculture facilities and services  Ministry of commodities  Improved legislation and o Simplified and harmonized trade Law  logistic conventions procedures with international  CAA infrastructure o Updated carriage of standards deficiencies goods (roads, sea and o Making trade documents  High cost of air) acts compatible with internationally transportation, o Promulgated Marine Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri acceptable electronic documents port charges and Insurance Act (MIA) o Improving legal environment trade financing o Acceded to Transport legislation to encourage electronic  Weak ICT Internationaux transaction/business infrastructure at Routiers (TIR o Strengthening Pakistan Automated ports and border Conventions) Customs Computerized System posts  Standardized trade 7
  8. 8. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) (PaCCS) for speedy, transparent  Weak risk documents based on and corruption-free custom management UN Layout Key (UNLK) clearance  Low World Bank’s  Developed integrated Logistics export/supply chain Performance management through Index ranking NTICP with real time 110th cargo monitoring, clearance and internet based transactions  Computerized custom ports (including dry ports)  Legislated Electronic Signatures Act  Protected e-commerce transactions  Improved World Bank’s Logistics Performance Index to 80th Strengthen legal and Judicial System  Ensured better  Ministry of  Weak access to  Implemented National o Revamped and upgraded judicial enforcement of Law, Justice justice Judicial Policy 2009 to system contracts, rule and  Pakistan ranks ensure speedy justice by o Reduced pendency cases of law and Parliament 27th out of 180 o Improving case o Revisited laws & rules and speedy justice Affairs countries in rule of management, enacted new business laws and  Provincial law automation, HRD, MIS Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri streamlined labor laws to better Law Dept. and court infrastructure regulate markets and enhanced  Superior o Reducing workload on productivity of private sector. and lower courts by establishing  Facilitated exit and entry of new courts reconciliation / firms – institutionalize alternative dispute bankruptcy laws consistent with resolution system 8
  9. 9. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) international standards o Setting time limits for  Eliminated obstructive settling legal cases regulations (electricity, water o Reducing number of supply, land acquisition and procedures registration)  Amended Company  Amended tax laws that hinder Ordinance 1984, NBFC investment (particularly in Rules and Regulations, relations to venture capital Modarba Ordinance, firms) Estate Investment Trust, Venture Capital  Established Commercial Courts  Improved tax auditing systemEntrepreneurship and Innovation PSDP rationalized to increase  Achieved  Planning  2% of resources  4% of resources allocated investment in knowledge creation and sustained and Commission allocated for for R&D/tertiary education other priority areas of Framework for high growth rate R&D/tertiary Economic Growth (FEG) education Reached out to talent/entrepreneurs  Developed  MoST  8,400 PhD  Established organization o HRD in bio-technology, genetic Entrepreneurshi  HEC scholarship for Technology engineering, material sciences, p awarded Assessment and nanotechnology, ICT through local  World ranking 51 Forecasting (TAF) to Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri and foreign training/scholarships for Capacity of ensure technology Innovation foresight for development  Pakistan ranked  12,000 PhD scholarship th 56 among the awarded 60 countries in the  Improved World ranking Global Talent for capacity of innovation 9
  10. 10. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) Index (GTI) 2011 to 40  GTI ranking improved to 45th o Facilitated scientist and engineers to  Reduced  MoST  2 clusters/  10 cluster / technology start their own business through business setup  HEC technology parks parks Triple Helix Model (academic, complications  World ranking for  World ranking for industry and R&D institutes linkages) o University- o University-Industry  Promoted venture capital Industry collaboration in R&D  Simplified commercial and collaboration in (55) bankruptcy laws R&D (69) o Availability of Scientists  Easy entry and exit of firms and o Availability of & Engineers (65) individuals Scientists &  Introduced Small Business  Provided technical and financial Engineers (82) Research Fund to support support to micro enterprises to relevant research move to next value chain and technology ladder Universities and research institutions  Knowledge-  MoST  6% enrolment of  10% enrolment of tertiary reformed and restructured through based economy  HEC tertiary education education (age 17-23) international linkages (age 17-23)  World ranking for  World ranking for o Quality of educational o Quality of system (65) educational o Quality of R&D system (79) Institutions (65) o Quality of R&D  0.6% share of International Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri Institutions (79) publications  0.3% share of  5 universities in top 300 International technology universities publications  60% PhD. faculty  20% PhD. faculty 10
  11. 11. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) Promoted university-industry-society  Established  MoST  World ranking for  World ranking for linkages to foster innovations and small  HEC o Company o Company spending on develop industrial products and businesses and  Ministry of spending on R&D (40) processes provided tailor Industries R&D (50) o Availability of latest o Established business made solution (SMEDA) o Availability of technologies (80) incubators/support centers and for industry that  Ministry of latest o Firm level technology technology parks to provide enhanced Textile technologies absorption (75) consultancy, design, HRD and economic  City (93)  Strengthened IPRs information growth Chambers o Firm level  BSCs: 25 (especially for o Established design and  Ministry of technology women entrepreneurs) manufacturing resource centers at Production absorption (92)  CFCs: 60 universities (TUSDEC)  BSCs: 5 (women o CFCs for clusters to facilitate entrepreneurs) business activities and ensure  CFCs: 30 improved access to technology Established infrastructure for Metrology,  Enhanced  MoST  10 accreditation  30 accreditation Standard, Technology &Quality (MSTQ) exports through  0.4% of total high  0.4% of total high value – certified value- added added exports standard of exports productsStrategic Objective 3: Quality Governance Civil service reforms  Enhanced  Establishme  Provision of  Implemented CSPA o Reformed recruitment, promotion & productivity and nt Division vehicle and recommendations and  Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri training programs and rationalized ensured better FPSC medical allowance rationalized salary compensation (monetization) public service  Planning monetized. structure and monetized package of civil servants delivery through Commission  Work on service benefits of civil competent,  Finance monetization of servants esteemed and Division housing/  Developed job description well  NSPP/speci accommodation in and specifications for all 11
  12. 12. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) remunerated alized progress positions at all tiers of civil servants training  Report of the Government institutes Committee on  Revamped recruitment  Provincial Structure of Pay methods, ensuring Govts. and Allowances induction of civil servants respective (CSPA) being with relevant and institutions finalized diversified professional academic and experience background  Strengthened faculty and infrastructure of training institutions to impart skill- based training  Evolved performance based compensation and promotion system to reduce patronage and nepotism  Developed goal and target oriented performance appraisal system in place of current ACR system o Improved accountability &  Improved public  Federal and  Weak  Freedom of Information transparency mechanism and perception and Provincial accountability Ordinance implemented in Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri incentives for better performance reduced trust concerned mechanism due to its true spirit  IT based interface/e- deficit in Public non- transparent  Fully established one- government mechanism in provision of Institutions procurement and window facility in provision registration, licensing, public service  NAB financial rules of public service regulation & public utilities and  Better managed  PPRA  One- Window  Evolved a robust system simplified system & procedures public  OAG facility partially of procurement, 12
  13. 13. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) to empower public and curb resources  Ombudsma available in accounting and oversight corruption through n/Tax service delivery to reduce transaction cost  Formulated consensus-based, improved Ombudsma institutions and making fraud difficult corruption control strategy and financial n  Financial to perpetuate implemented through management/  PAC management  Ensured access to establishment of a single and discipline  Parliamenta reforms being information on independent Anti-Corruption  De-politicized ry Sub- implemented budget/allocation and Agency public committees through PIFRA procurement processes  Adopted uniform and reformed institutions  Performance  Strengthened audit public procurement and indicator and function by refining financial management rules at baseline data performance audit all tiers of the government being developed methodology and practices  Promoted accountability, for easy detection of transparency and good embezzlements governance in the  Improved performance management and use of public auditing though multi resources disciplinary professionals  Strengthen capacity of PAC,  Upgraded SAP and Ombudsman, OAG, Service implemented Audit Tribunals and NAB Management Information System through PIFRA  Ensured timely submission of audit/performance reports to PAC and Parliamentary Committees Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri  Financial data released within 10 days of month end  Audit reports released within 6 months of year end 13
  14. 14. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency)  Ombudsman/Tax Ombudsman at sub- national/district level to address public grievances  Third party evaluation of large projects  Periodic RBM-based Performance Reports by all institutions to Cabinet and public through organization(s) website/media  Merit -based civil service recruitment and promotion system to help reduce patronage and nepotism Institutional reforms  Strong  Planning  Non- existence of  Formulated institution(s) o Implemented institutional reform institutions for Commission robust reform strategy of key strategy and roadmap for key efficient public  Federal and performance institutions based on institutions: Planning Commission, service delivery provincial evaluation of o Performance Ministry of Finance, FBR, PBS, and higher ministries/ institutions and evaluation against core OAG, Ombudsman, CCP, PRA, productivity depts./ RBM Framework functions/ targets NAB and NSPP  Effective Govt. agencies  Lackluster o Gaps and constraint o Periodic reporting on macro & spending  Each performance of impeding achievement Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri organizational performance  Efficient tax ministry/age institutional reform of results indicators and M&E reports to administration ncy to programs initiated o Legal framework, Cabinet and media and just tax develop in some structure and structure their own institutions in regulations to conduct  Reliable, institutional recent years. business accurate and restructuring  Weak resource o Pricing (of 14
  15. 15. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) timely strategy mobilization and services/products) availability of efficiency of public  Formulated action plan socio-economic expenditure and implemented under data/indicators  Deficit RBM Framework infrastructure  Introduced alternative specially for power service delivery platforms  Low ranking on o Increased outsourcing Institutions 112th and contracting out (out of 139 o Implemented PPP economies) – GC policy to upgrade Report 2010-11 infrastructure especially in energy and transport sectors  Developed organizational performance and public perception indicators  Improved ranking on institutions to 80th  Conducted Cost of  Based on Cost of Doing Doing Business Business Survey, reform Survey and program to improve developed business environment in benchmark the country prepared and ranking of 13 implemented Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri major cities  Ease of Doing  Established integrated Business ranking management of domestic 105 (out of 183 taxes economies) –  Increased tax compliance Doing Business by strengthening audit 15
  16. 16. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) 2012, World Bank functions and automation  Limited tax base & re-engineering of o Large tax business processes (BPR) exemptions  Brought un- taxed sectors/ o Poor tax retail trade and other compliance services under tax net. o Poor  Documented large part of documentation informal sector of informal  Converted GST into full economy VAT  Excessive use of  Improved monitoring of SROs Afghan transit goods  Tax to GDP ratio  Limited issuance of SROs 9%  Built capacity of FBR by  Fiscal deficit 6.6% o Local and foreign of GDP training of professionals o Strengthened FBR’s data ware -house and IT system  Broadened tax base; tax GDP ratio increased to 14%  Fiscal deficit 3% of GDP  Improved Ease of Doing Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri Business ranking to 90th o PSEs reformed through:  Ensured  Establishme  Finance Division  Made legal changes to  Improved governance, solvency by nt Division (Economic Reform allow corporatization and supportive legislative framework, improving Unit) distance from concerned financial measures, supply side  Concerned 16
  17. 17. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) intervention, demand side efficiency and ministries o Restructuring ministries management and recovery performance of and PSEs plan of 8 PSEs  Ensured linear policy measures. PSEs (Railways, being prepared oriented ministries  Separated PSEs for operational PIA, NHA,  BODs of PSEs  Finalized restructuring of autonomy from the financial and PSM, TCP, (PSM, Railways, PSEs administrative control of PAOs PEPCO, Seven DISCOS,  Privatized some PSEs  Run PSEs by professional PASSCO, NTDC, GENCO,  Dissolved PEPCO corporate management and UCP) CPPA, TCP and  Developed PSEs citizen on BODs UCP) being performance profitability  Oversight by PAC restructured indices  Lack of  Amended NEPRA Act performance allowing tariff indices of PSEs rationalization o naged internal security to reduce  Reduced cost  Ministry of  Inability to realize  Empowered youth through loss of life and property by: to economy, Interior demographic general & technical/  Strengthening civil armed forces enhanced  Provincial dividend from vocational education, with better training, equipment, investor Home youth bulge (30% provision of credit for self intelligence capability and higher confidence & Depts. of population) employment and compensation job  Federal and  Perceived gaps in investment in energy  Empowering youth & community opportunities provincial living standards  Reformed curriculum and and enhancing social capital of and high growth law between different syllabus of educational communities & prosperity enforcement social groups and institutions  Mainstreaming vulnerable and agencies regions  Launched media marginalized population and  Porous borders campaign and involved Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri regions in development process difficult to control community in  Fighting neighborhood security extremism with  Strengthened: inadequate o Civil armed forces with equipments and better training and 17
  18. 18. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) gears compensation package o Personal identification, biometric border control system to monitor immigration o National Counter Terrorism Authority o National Aliens Registration Authority o Computerization of police record and machine readable passport system o Effective enforcement of Anti Terrorist Act, and Anti Money Laundering OrdinanceEnergy Security – A Governance IssueImproved Governance  Increased  Planning  21% losses in  Losses in electricity Reformed energy sector institutions for supply of Commission electricity (theft, reduced to 16% improved performance electricity and  Ministry of non-payment of  Load shedding in power Comprehensive action plan to reduce gas in efficient, Water and bills, meter & sector eliminated losses, control theft and improve affordable and Power unmetered supply  Losses in gas distribution efficiency & governance environment (WAPDA, and transmission reduced to 5% Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri friendly manner GENCO distribution)  Gas load shedding to spur and and  Load-shedding of eliminated sustain growth DISCOs) power sector up to  Ministry of 30% of peak load Petroleum  7% losses in gas and Natural distribution 18
  19. 19. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) Resources  Gas load-shedding (SNGPL 25% of peak and demand SSGCL) Better guidance and enforcement of   Cabinet  Partial  Fully corporatized / rules and regulations through revamped Division corporatization of privatized energy sector GENCO/WAPDA hydel, privatization of (NEPRA energy sector distribution companies and induction of and OGRA) companies professional management  MoF Regulatory reforms by strengthening   NEPRA  Weak regulatory  Established a single regulatory agencies  OGRA bodies independent energy sector regulatory body Strengthened bilateral energy dialogues   Ministry of  Pak-Iran gas  Made available 750 (Electricity, gas, LNG) Water and import under MMCFD gas from Iran Power implementation  Inducted 500 MMCFD  Ministry of  LNG import option LNG in gas network Petroleum being negotiated  Imported 7100MW and Natural  Import of electricity electricity from regional Resources from Iran countries 1100MW, India 5000MW and Tajikistan Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri 1000MW being negotiated Rationalized energy prices  Efficient use of  NEPRA  Rs 360 billion  Power subsidies o Tariff policy reforms - rational energy  OGRA annual power eliminated producer and consumer pricing sector subsidy 19
  20. 20. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency) o Revised tariff regime to eliminate  Ministry of  Non-recovery of  Amended NEPRA Act for tariff differential, subsidy and Law, Justice electricity bills better recovery of improved tariff collection and amounting to Rs electricity bills o Improved tariff collection with Parliament 85 billion annually  Amended OGRA necessary legislations for penalties Affairs Ordinance 2002 for proper o Amended NEPRA and Conservation monitoring and Acts ensuring recovery of cost and enforcement of prevent recurrence of circular debt deregulated downstream oil sector  Circular debt largely eliminated Enhanced efficiency in energy  More availability  Above  Construction  Made available 6,500 MW generation and use of energy institutions started of Bhasha additional electricity o Expanded hydro, coal-based and and Private Dam, Neelum generation capacity optimized renewable energy Companies Jhelum hydel,  Thar Coal based power production Nandipur and projects connected to o Maximized use of energy, demand Chichokimalian national grid management, mass transit system projects and  Energy efficiency & and launch aggressive conservation 747MW Guddu conservation codes and campaign Combined Cycle standards in place Power Plant  Energy production from  Different Thar renewable resources Coal based 300MW projects in pipeline Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri  Energy Conservation Act being amended  Energy production from renewable resources 17MW 20
  21. 21. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency)Water Security – A Governance Issue Water Resources developed and better  Improved  Ministry of  Initiated work on  Work in progress on managed sustainability of Water & Basha Dam Basha Dam o Augmented water storage - water and Power  Water available  Additional water construction of dams and protection irrigation  Provincial 103 MAF availability 2 MAF & rehabilitation of irrigation network system Irrigation  Rehabilitated 3  Rehabilitated additional 3 and barrages and 3 barrages and 2 canals Agricultural canals Depts.  WAPDA o Integrated Water Resources  Better  Provincial  Equity in water  Economic value of water Management (IWRM): water protection of Irrigation distribution as emerged by resources use and management for water rights and measured by costing/charging of water economic value of water Agricultural delivery transfer from one use to Depts. performance ratio other at 0.4  Improved delivery performance ratio to 0.6 o Improved demand management to Improve  Public  Preparation of  Operationalized demand conserve and reduce water loses sustainability of (Water) urban water use management procedures through water and irrigation Utilities guidelines system focusing on demand management Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri  Amending Water laws  Inappropriate  Reviewed and prepared water laws comprehensive water laws  Rationalizing of water rates  Local/city  Rural: Rs 100/year  Rural: Rs 300/year Govt.  Urban: Rs  Urban: Rs 3000/year 1000/year 21
  22. 22. Implementation Plan of Framework for Growth Strategy IndicatorOutput/Outcome Impact Who Baseline Target (Implementing 2010-11 2015-16 Agency)  Abiana Rs  Abiana Rs 400/acre of 200/acre of CCA CCA  Cost recovery  20% of cost  50% of cost  Enhanced O&M spending  Infrastructure  0.001% of capital  0.01% of capital cost on sustainability cost on O&M O&M o Addressed climate change issues  Resilience to  Planning  Initiate work on  Conducted dialogue with  Made deliberations with climatic change Commission establishment of neighbors to formulate neighbors to develop solution impact  Provincial Climate Policy best trans-boundary sets for shared ecosystem and P&D Coordination climatic policy framework trans-border water issues Board/Dept. Group with and practices  Ministry of neighboring NDM countries  Ministry of Water and Power o Strengthened capacity of water  City Govts.  Weak legal  Enhanced capacity of legal management institutions and  Ministry of support for water professionals in water empowered farmers’ organizations Water and governance management Power  Review of water  40% increase in number of  Provincial laws farmer organizations Prepared by Dr. S. M. Younus Jafri Irrigation  Performance audit Depts. of water  WAPDA management agencies 22

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