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Performance Goal Management

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Performance of budgetary programs occurred during 1999-2002.

In 1999, research on the existing various performance management systems around world was done to find a viable way to introduce it.

Based on the research, a pilot project started on the selected divisions and branches of 16 ministries in 2000 and expanded to 22 ministries in 2002.

Under this project, the spending ministries produce annual performance plans and reports.

The response to the pilot project was lukewarm among the ministries and it ended with the incumbent Administration.






Overview of Performance Management of Budgetary Programs

Performance Management System of Budgetary Program (PMSBP) was introduced to the 16 leading ministries in 2003.

Its implementation was not limited to selected divisions or branches within each ministry but applied to the entire ministry.

It started with developing a mission statement, strategic goals, performance goals, and performance indicators in the annual performance plan.




- In 2003, performance information on 30% of budgetary programs developed for the 16 leading ministries.
- In 2004, another 16 ministries developed performance information on 30% of their budgetary programs and the 16 leading ministries developed performance information on 100% of their budgetary programs.
- In 2005, 22 ministries submitted an annual performance plan.
- In 2006, it is expanded to every ministries and agencies.