This programme is part of a response to the efforts to increase governance reforms to ensure efficiency and value for money in resource management in the public sector. It is meant to improve capability in the public sector to link resource allocation with specific outputs and outcomes. The programme will support governments in the movement towards performance orientation in the public sector through capacity building in terms of the skills and knowledge required in building performance based budgeting systems.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Finance officers, accountants, economists, planners and budget officers in both national and local governments.
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT
At the end of the course, participants will be able to:-
Design and implement performance budgeting systems;
Incorporate performance measures in the budget process;
Measure results of performance;
Generate reports on performance.
Definition of performance auditing;
Introduction to performance auditing;
Developing vision, mission, and economy and efficiency audit;
Establishing and monitoring performance;
Review performance audit guidelines.