Program and Performance Budgeting
This blended learning initiative aims to strengthen budgetary decision-making through utilization of policy performance information and preparing credible annual budgets that are coherent with wider national strategic policy planning processes.
At this learning initiative, Participants will hear about the key concepts of Program and Performance Budgeting (PPB), the importance of program classification, and prospects for the utilization of key performance indicators, while also learning how to use PPB tools and principles for selected structural reform policy measures when the PPB concept is not officially required for budgetary planning. Moreover, it will provide insights into how PPB reinforces performance audits and how to strengthen this connection.
This learning initiative is designed as a blended event that is consisted of the online learning phase and face-to-face workshop in Ljubljana.
Target audience: public officials from ministries of finance, line ministries, central planning and coordinating institutions who are involved in budget preparation; preparing, assembling and prioritizing inputs for sectorial strategic planning documents; managing policy programs, and designing PPB frameworks.
This learning initiative is supported by: