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Feb, 2016

Budget for National level and Sub-National level in 2016

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After the National Assembly approved the 2016 budget, Financial Management Working Group (FMWG) has collaborated actively with all relevant parties to collect budget detail data including sub-program and general program from all relevant General Department-Departments to upload into FMIS system for implementation in 2016. On January 18th 2016, the group collected and prepared standard data for uploading into FMIS by using Budget Allocation function. The group also inputted the budget allocation data for all National budget (all Line Departments) including all 23 Line Departments that already have their own Program Budgeting:

  1. Assembly
  2. Senate
  3. Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation
  4. Ministry of Economy and Finance
  5. Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction
  6. National Audit Authority
  7. Anti-Corruption Unit
  8. Ministry of Justice
  9. Ministry of Information
  10. Ministry of Health
  11. Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport
  12. Ministry of Environment
  13. Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation
  14. Ministry of Women Affairs
  15. Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training
  16. Secretariat of Civil Aviation
  17. Ministry of Commerce
  18. Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
  19. Ministry of Rural Development
  20. Ministry of Post and Telecommunication
  21. Ministry of Public Works and Transport
  22. Ministry of Tourism
  23. Ministry of Water Resource and Meteorology

The 2016 budget for Sub-National Level is divided into 3 levels, including Capital-Provincial level, Municipalities / Local / District/ Commune level. Currently, functional team has already entered budget for the Capital-Provincial level and municipalities / local / district / commune level which received from GDSNAF of MEF. In addition, capital-provincial treasuries will temporarily enter budget detail for Sangkat / commune. To achieve this, ITD teams will directly support and mentor on how to form and load budget data into FMIS system. Furthermore, for​ petty cash at Sub-National and budget transfer for Sangkat / Commune level will be handed over to Capital-Provincial Treasuries to deal with temporarily because the  scope of FMIS phase I  has not been implemented to all line ministries yet.

In conclusion, all results achieved are fundamental  to implement FMIS system smoothly and fruitfully for 2016 budget , that has been expected from all relevant officials, especially development partners and line ministries. Once the FMIS phase I successfully implemented, the  FMIS phase II will be implemented and expanded to all line ministries in Cambodia.