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Self-Assessment of Budgetary Programs

Background for introduction

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In 2005, MOSF introduced Self-Assessment of Budgetary Programs (SABP) to enhance links between performance evaluation and budget allocation.

SABP was introduced to strengthen links between performance information and budget allocation.



Overview of the process



While PMSBP relies on the small number of key performance measures for the performance management, SABP collects more detailed information on budgetary programs.

SABP examines planning, management and results of budgetary programs by a checklist designed by MOSF.

Line ministries/agencies evaluate their programs by answering the questions provided by the checklist.

It plans to evaluate all the budgetary programs in 3 years by evaluating 1/3 of programs every year.

More than 1,700 programs have been evaluated between 2005 and 2007.



Contents of Checklist
Design and Planning
(30)
- Program purpose
- Rationale for govemment spending
- Duplication with other programs
- Efficiency of program design
- Relevance of performance objectives and indicators
- Relevance of performance targets
Management
(20)
- Monitoring efforts
- Obstacles of program implementation
- Implementation as planned
- Efficiency improvement or budget saving
Results and accountability
(50)
- Independent program evaluation
- Results
- Utilization of evaluation results