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Workshop on SDG Indicator 2.a.1, Turin, Italy, March 2018 - GFS methodology - Identifying government sectors and subsectors

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Workshop on SDG Indicator 2.a.1, Turin, Italy, March 2018 - GFS methodology - Identifying government sectors and subsectors

  1. 1. Workshop on SDG Indicator 2.a.1; Turin, Italy, 27-28 March 2018 GFS METHODOLOGY – IDENTIFYING GOVERNMENT SECTORS AND SUBSECTORS Sangita Dubey, Senior Statistician/Team Leader, FAO Titus Mwisomba, Manager of Agriculture Statistics, Tanzania Bureau of Statistics Giulia Gonnella, Statistician, FAO
  2. 2. THE FAO GEA QUESTIONNAIRE GFS Government sectors & subsectors
  3. 3. GFS & THE PUBIC SECTOR Financial Non Financial Central Bank Other public financial corporations Public deposit-taking corporations except the central bank Public Sector General Government Public Corporations Central government Local government State government
  4. 4. Central Government, also referred to as federal government. State Government, also known as provincial or district government. Local Government, also known as municipal government. Combined, all sectors of government are called The General Government. GFS & LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT
  5. 5. GFS & THE GENERAL GOVERNMENT SUBSECTORS In the GFS Manual 2014 Budgetary Central Government Central government Social Security Funds Local government State government General Government Social Security Funds Extrabudgetary Central Government In the GEA questionnaire
  6. 6. Levels of Government in Table A of the FAO GEA Questionnaire LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT IN THE FAO GEA QUESTIONNAIRE
  7. 7. The Budgetary Central Government lists all Central Government entities covered by the official budget, such as courts of law, ministries, departments, and parliament, and government boards, commissions, or central government agencies. Levels of Government in Table A of the FAO GEA Questionnaire LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT IN THE FAO GEA QUESTIONNAIRE
  8. 8. The Extra-budgetary Central Government list units or entities that operate under the authority of the Central Government but are not (fully) covered by the central government budget, and have individual budgets, separate banking and institutional arrangements, separate governance structures, or own-revenue sources. Levels of Government in Table A of the FAO GEA Questionnaire LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT IN THE FAO GEA QUESTIONNAIRE
  9. 9. Social Security Funds include units operating one or more social security schemes providing benefits in cash or in kind for old age, disability, parental leave, unemployment insurance, work- related injury, pensions, etc. Levels of Government in Table A of the FAO GEA Questionnaire LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT IN THE FAO GEA QUESTIONNAIRE
  10. 10. The Consolidation Column eliminates intragovernmental transfers that occur between Budgetary units, Extra-budgetary units and Social Security Funds. This ensures no double-counting. Levels of Government in Table A of the FAO GEA Questionnaire LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT IN THE FAO GEA QUESTIONNAIRE

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