Publication: Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability Assessment: Ethiopia (Federal Government)
The objective of the Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) assessments is to review the current performance of the public financial management (PFM) systems, processes, and institutions of the Federal Government of Ethiopia. The assessment aims to assist the government in identifying PFM weaknesses that may inhibit effective delivery of services to its citizens and the realization of its development objectives in general. Furthermore, the findings of the PEFA assessment will assist the government in refining the PFM reform strategy that it has already developed and provide the basis for a coherent PFM reform program that can be supported by development partners, as well as through the government’s own initiatives. The Federal PEFA assessment covered federal government budgeted units, extra-budgetary units (EBUs), the Office of the Federal Auditor General (OFAG), and Parliament, The assessment management framework, oversight, and quality assurance are summarized in this report.
“World Bank. 2019. Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability Assessment: Ethiopia (Federal Government). © World Bank, Washington, DC. http://hdl.handle.net/10986/34063 License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.”