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Workshop on Government Budgeting

By: Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON)  

Lagos State, Nigeria

12 - 16 Oct, 2015  5 days

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The Workshop objectives are to enable participants:

  • Identify the Positive Contributions that Good Budgeting Practice can make to the Management of Public Sector Organisations;
  • Enable Participants understand the Bases for Fiscal and Monetary Policies and how they affect their Organisations’ Budgets; and
  • Identify Obstacles to Effective Budget Preparation and Implementation in their various Organisations and Devise Appropriate Strategies to address them.

Content:

  • Overview of Public Sector Financial Management
  • Planning in Government
  • Economic Policy Management
  • Revenue Forecasting
  • Framework of Government Budgeting and budgetary control;
  • Financial Control in Government
  • Budget Preparation under MTEF
  • Budget Classification
  • Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) and Medium Term Sector Strategy (MTSS)
  • Budget Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Managing Negotiations in Budget Defence
  • Software Application to Budgeting

Target Audience

The Workshop is designed for Budget Officers, Auditors, Accountants/Finance Officers, Planning Officers, and other officers etc. involved in budget preparation and implementation. 

ASCON Complex, Topo, Badagry Oct 12 - 16 Oct, 2015
NGN75,000.00 (This excludes accommodation and feeding)
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08120911200, 07082453811

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