The Role of Fiscal Transparency in Combating Corruption Joint Statement to the International Anti-Corruption Summit May 13, 2016 Fiscal transparency is essential to fight corruption. Our experience, and that of many others like us, has shown that fiscal transparency reduces opportunities to misuse public money undetected and increases the likelihood that those who do […]
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On April 26-29, the Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) Program convened an important conference and training on the new PEFA Framework 2016 and public financial management (PFM). The meeting, held in Budapest, focused on key priorities and challenges in PFM and the impact of PEFA in the next 5-10 years. The new […]
Written by Paula Chies Schommer and Florencia Guerzovich. The fight against corruption is one of the key issues in the Brazilian public agenda today. Corruption is the problem that Brazilians worry about the most, according to a survey by Datafolha published on November 29th, 2015. On the one hand, citizens are outraged and shocked. On the […]
Thank you so much for your participation in the public consultation that GIFT organised about the Public Participation Principles in Fiscal Policies and Budget Making. We are very happy to announce that the GIFT Stewards General Meeting approved the version below in December 2015. This has been a long and very productive process, in which your input was absolutely strategic, so we are […]
(*Originally posted at www.ogp.org) Written by Warren Krafchik (Executive Director, International Budget Partnership) and Juan Pablo Guerrero (Network Director, Global Initiative for Fiscal Transparency) The Open Government Partnership (OGP) aims to improve the quality of citizens’ lives and their relationship to government. In order to do this, the countries in the Partnership have pledged to work […]
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