Post "Reportes Presupuestarios" difundido en FMIS - COP del World Bank

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El post "Reportes Presupuestarios: ¿Para  quién,  cómo y cuándo?" fue incluido en las novedades  y próximos eventos del mes de enero 2013 del sitio Financial Management Information Systems - Community of Practice (CoP) del Banco Mundial.

La CoP de SIAF, como se indica en su web, "se creo en septiembre de 2010, como una plataforma para el intercambio de informacion, buenas prácticas y la experiencia adquirida en el diseño e implementación de soluciones de tipo SIAF. CoP FMIS también se centra en el desarrollo y difusión de productos de vanguardia del conocimiento, así como la creación de una plataforma de debate para ayudar a mejorar la calidad y el desempeño de los proyectos en curso. "

Este sitio está dedicado especialmente a la Comunidad de Practicantes de Sistemas Integrados de Administración Financiera, y contiene información muy valiosa y relevante sobre los temas de sistemas de información destinados a la gestión financiera pública. En la web www.worldbank.org/publicfinance/fmis se puede solicitar la membresía para forma parte   de esta Comunidad de Practicantes o es posible contactar al colega Cem Dener, Senior Public Sector Specialist, cdener@worldbank.org, quién coordina esta iniciativa.


Dear Colleagues,

Please find below the latest news and upcoming events from FMIS domain.

   FMIS Database and Data Mapper application updated  >>>   With web links to 106 Bank funded FMIS projects in 58 countries

The FMIS Database was updated to reflect the developments within the last six months. Please find below a summary of the updates in FMIS Database since 2010:


2010 :    94 projects = 55 closed + 32 active + 7 pipeline    in 51 countries
2011 :    94 projects = 57 closed + 34 active + 3 pipeline    in 54 countries
2012 :  103 projects = 68 closed + 31 active + 4 pipeline    in 57 countries
2013 :  106 projects = 69 closed + 31 active + 6 pipeline    in 58 countries


>>> Since mid 2010, 14 Bank funded FMIS projects have been completed (12 out of 14 projects resulted in operational FMIS solutions, some with substantial gains in TSA operations).

>>> There are 31 active projects in the current work program, and about 4-5 new activities are included in the database every year.

All of these updates were reflected in the FMIS Data Mapper application as well.


Google Maps:  http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF&msa=0&msid=101777630030704959267.000491cccf1c14ff54bda


    FMIS World Map (beta version)  >>>  Updated web links to 175 FMIS solutions from 198 economies

As a part of our ongoing study about the effects of FMIS on budget transparency, we updated the web links to 175 FMIS solutions together with several other URLs (MoF, Statistics, Central Bank). FMIS World Map (beta version) was updated accordingly to reflect these changes. We plan to finalize the FMIS World Map and publish our findings and guidance notes before June 2013.


Google Maps:  http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF&msa=0&msid=213542822110887565899.0004c2f44512d9ce6795f


    A new blog post from Gerardo Uña   >>>  Budget Execution Reports: Who , how, and when?

Mr. Gerardo Uña (Project Manager, SIGFE, Chile) shared the following link to his new blog post titled "Budget Execution Reports: Who, how, and when?" on the "IFMIS in Latin America" portal:  http://siaflac.bligoo.cl
Please visit Gerardo's IFMIS portal to read interesting posts from his experiences in Chile and other Latin American countries.

    The European Academy Seminar on Public Sector Budgets  >>>  18-19 February 2013

The European Academy is organizing a seminar on "Improving Public Sector Budgets in Practice" in Berlin, Germany, in cooperation with the European Parliament and the OSCE. The seminar schedule and brochure are posted on the web, if you are interested.  


    Greater Than Leadership Program for FMIS (GTL4FMIS)  >>>  Seoul GTL4FMIS workshop was completed. Next phase is the Results Lab...

The GTL4FMIS workshop was held in Seoul from Dec 9-15, 2012. There were 26 participants from 4 countries (Albania, Cambodia, Philippines, and Vietnam) attending this one-week structured leadership course. 

The learning modules of GTL were delivered during the first three days through interactive sessions and customized training for each country team. The last two days and final session were dedicated to the development of a Rapid Results Initiative for each country relevant to their ongoing PFM reform process. The FMIS Design and Implementation Challenges were discussed and initial country commitments were defined (expected to be achieved within 100 days after the workshop) during this event as well. 
The country commitments are expected to be achieved before November 2013. Once the RRA commitments are finalized and approved by the country teams, the GTL team will organize a site visit including one RRA expert to assist the teams in moving forward.

The participants were also informed about the GTL ( http://www.greaterthanleadership.org ) and FMIS CoP ( https://eteam.worldbank.org/FMIS ) web sites, and learned more about the monitoring mechanism to track and report initial results. Progress in country commitments are expected to be regularly posted on the WBI's GTL4FMIS web page, during the first round of this one-year program.

With support from PRMPS and WBI/KIPF, we plan to organize a workshop in DC in November 2013, for the presentation of results achieved by selected country teams. Most of the participants found this workshop highly relevant and useful to their work, and indicated that they learned new techniques and different approaches to address FMIS technical and non-technical challenges in their projects. Also, the hospitality and openness of the Korean Ministry of Strategy and Finance (MoSF) and the Korean Institute for Public Finance (KIPF) officials were highly appreciated.


    FMIS CoP Meeting #18 on Wednesday, Jan 23, 2013   >>>  How to benefit from Adaptive Leadership, Strategic Communication and Rapid Results Approach in FMIS projects

We'll organize a seminar in collaboration with the WBI Leadership and Governance Practice (Ms. Cecilia Verzosa, Mr. Manuel Contreras, and Mr. Jae Young Choi) on Wednesday, January 23, 2013, for an introduction to the GTL4FMIS program and share the Rapid Results Approach (RRA) which can be used to address FMIS challenges. Those of you who missed the chance to join Seoul workshop and wish to learn more about the program and ask questions specific to your FMIS challenge, may wish to join from DC or remotely.

This seminar will focus on the following important aspects of the GTL4FMIS program:


+ how to use the adaptive leadership framework in order to distinguish technical problems from adaptive challenges in FMIS projects
+ how to use the stakeholder influence mapping tool
+ understanding of the constrains to collective actions
+ introduction to self-mastery to help relieve stress, and improve self awareness, reflection and responsibility
+ apply basic strategic communication tools for mobilizing key stakeholders through leadership interventions
+ how to leverage Rapid Result Approach (RRA) to address adaptive challenges that stall the reforms
+ define a goal and implementation plan to achieve some practical results in the short term (100-day commitment)


If you are interested in joining via Video Conference (from the Bank offices) or through Skype (from the comfort of your office or home), please send a request to Ms. Aimee Yuson (ayuson@worldbank.org). We will send a separate invitation for this meeting, with event details.

Please visit the FMIS CoP web site if you wish to learn more about the FMIS CoP activities and download the latest knowledge products. 

Best regards,

Cem Dener 
Senior Public Sector Specialist 
Governance & Public Sector Management 
Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network 
The World Bank 
1818 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20433 
MC 4-537 (Mail Box: MC 4-416)
Tel:(202) 473-7342 | Fax:(202) 522-7132 

www.worldbank.org/publicfinance/fmis 

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