Public Financial Management
We take a holistic approach to PFM reform. Rather than tackling them in isolation we develop and implement strategies that ensure functioning PFM systems are in place to serve the wider developmental purpose of poverty reduction through service delivery, economic stability and growth, and fiscal sustainability. PFM reforms should foster citizen understanding of, and participation in, the raising and distribution of public monies – through empowering legislatures, civil society, and media. We also take a politically smart approach to PFM reforms, recognising that spending large sums of money on unused or unwanted reforms represents a significant misdirection of resources in the poorest countries.
Organisational Review & Design of the Ghana Revenue Authority
Location: Accra, Ghana
KI provided a team of experts to conduct an organisational assessment of the GRA, covering all aspects of their operations, including: technical; support and quasi-support divisions; the Domestic Tax Revenue Division; and the Customs Division.
The current assessment will feed into the design of the higher and lower levels of the GRA, to ensure that it is organised appropriately in order to achieve the tasks set out by Parliament and Government – and to track changes in processes, and how the GRA operates on a day-to-day basis.