IMF assessments identify ‘compliance gaps’ in budget execution

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said in their Country Report No. 19/218 that government commitment is demonstrated in the ongoing implementation of the Public Financial Management (PFM) strategy 2018–2021. The strategy targets a range of improvements across the PFM cycle that will contribute to macroeconomic stability, enhance the delivery of public services, and improve accountability across revenue collection and expenditure. This remains a fundamental dimension of the public policy efforts required to ensure a successful transformation of the economy of Sierra Leone to a middle-income country by 2035.

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