Original disclosure @ ADB website
Updated in EWS Jul 20, 2020
Disclosed by Bank Oct 13, 2017
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The project will enhance the institutional capacity of the Ministry of Finance (MOF) to effectively implement PFM and state-owned enterprise (SOE) reforms.
PROJECT RATIONALE AND LINKAGE TO COUNTRY/REGIONAL STRATEGY
The project is consistent with ADB's Pacific Approach 2016-2020, which serves as the overall Country Partnership Strategy for the RMI, and supports (i) PFM improvements in order to achieve the outcome of greater resilience to external economic and financial shocks, and (ii) increased financial efficiency of SOEs in order to achieve the outcome of a more conducive environment for business.
The project is expected to mobilize 22 person-months of a senior individual international consultant as Advisor to the Ministry of Finance. Also, four individual consultants will be recruited: two senior national consultants for 33 person-months each and two international consultants for 22 person-months each. For state-owned enterprise reforms, the project is additionally expected to mobilize 6 person-months each of 2 individual international consultants.
Ministry of Finance
P.O. Box D, Majuro
Republic of the Marshall Islands
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