The proposed Project aims to expand the coverage and strengthen the coverage, quality, timeliness, transparency and use of the public financial information in Mexico through the strengthening of the integrated management of three key areas linked to the expenditure cycle: (1) the consolidation of integrated public financial management methods and practices within core financial management functions; (2) the strengthening and integration of decentralized administrative functions; and (3) the strengthening of the national public investment management system.
World Bank Alberto Leyton, Henry Forero Ramirez: Lead Public Sector Specialist
Implementing Agencies Ministry of Finance and Public Credit: Gabriel Yorio, Titular de la Unidad de Crédito Público, Subsecretaría de Ha email@example.com
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