WHAT ARE THE DEPARTMENTS OF THE TREASURY THAT FACILITATE THE NATIONAL BUDGET MAKING PROCESS?
Development Finance Department
Assisting the Budget making process by facilitating to identify primarily the needs of Small and Medium Enterprises towards formulation of proposals relating to economic development and related financial instruments and follow-up on the related implementation.
Public Finance Department
Ensuring compliance with the regulatory aspects of public finance, procurement and asset management and accountability in the conduct of public finance.
Legal Affairs Department
Ensuring legal compliance relating to the Budget making process and assisting in the preparation of legislations and regulations to give effect to Budget proposals in a timely manner.
Foreign Aid and Budget Monitoring Department
Functioning as the national focal point for macro fiscal monitoring and the evaluation of development policies, programmes and projects of the Government, to ensure results.
Treasury Operations Department
Executing and operationalizing the approved National Budget through the release of appropriate imprest to spending agencies and ensuring that all legal and procedural limits are complied.
State Accounts Department
Recording and reconciling Government revenue and expenditure, preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual Government accounts having discussed with relevant Departments, monitoring the progress and dissemination of such information in a timely manner.
Management Audit Department
Carrying out internal audit functions in relation to performance within the overall responsibilities assigned to departments and spending agencies.