The Ministry of Finance, Tourism & Development (Public Finance) administering the authority’s operations at the organisational level; developing business plans and corporate policy; setting long-term goals and objectives; evaluating the agency’s overall performance and progress towards established targets; managing programs to improve business processes and ensure consistent service delivery; preparing or revising laws and other regulatory instruments that affect the authority’s functions and responsibilities; obtaining legal advice from external sources using the laws that regulate the function of government entities.
In relation to performing the Treasury function, the primary legislation and regulation are:
High-level documents that plan and evaluate the work of the authority are:-
Administering the authority’s internal functions and managing its resources efficiently and effectively. This includes the management of monetary resources; material resources; human resources; information resources; and relationships with clients, the public and other government agencies.
The general activities of the Treasury is to prepare consolidated core government forecast and financial statements, cash management and forecasting, loan negotiation, evaluation and management of government borrowings, financial management services for Ministries / Portfolios and the Executive. To promote the use of International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) in the entire (EPS).
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*Copies can be obtained upon request from the Information Manager.
Last Updated 2013-11-26