Support for Local Government Public Financial Mangement Reform in Tanzania.
Procurement | Published April 4, 2017
DFID Tanzania is currently designing a programme to strengthen economic governance in Tanzania which will commence from July 2017. This will have four main thematic pillars: — Macro-fiscal engagement — Public Financial Management (PFM) Reforms — Tax Policy & Administration Reforms — Evidence-based policy making and stakeholder engagement Under the PFM reform component, DFID is currently supporting GoT to design PFMRPV. One of the key strategic objectives will be to ‘Improve Public Financial Management in Local Governments’. Under the new phase, the LGA sub-component will be scaled up to cover all 26 regions and 188 LGAs. This will include technical assistance procured by DFID, in partnership with the Government of Tanzania, to complement the financial assistance provided through the PFMRPV basket fund. Under the current phase, DFID is supporting PFM reforms in Local Government Authorities (LGA's) in 10 regions (which equates to 67 authorities) through the PFM basket fund. This is complemented by technical assistance procured by DFID in partnership with Government of Tanzania. This phase of support will end in June 2017. Estimated cost between 4 000 000,0 and 5 000 000,0Currency:GBP Divided into lots? No