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A Global Guide for Professionalisation in Public Sector Finance

IFAC
Nov 17, 2022 | Surveys & Reports
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The drive to implement public financial management (PFM) reforms requiresskilled, competent and capable professionals, whoare as critical to strong PFM as effective structures, systems and processes. Professionalisation of the workforce is one of the most important aspects of the PFM journey, but less often addressed. 

A Global Guide for Professionalisation in Public Sector Finance, a joint report from IFAC and ACCA defines professionalisation specifically in the context of public sector finance. The guide sets out the benefits of professionalisation and offers a high-level roadmap and examples to support global good practice. 

Download the full pdf guide below, including case studies from Tanzania, the UK, Cyprus, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Pakistan. Explore an interactive journey to professionalisation at ACCA's website.

 

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