SWAps and Utilization of Nation Frameworks.

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SWAps and Utilization of Nation Frameworks Walk 24 - 28, 2008 Why to upgrade the Rules? Current Rules issued in 2002 "Break" reviewed as SWAps advance to reflect experience Reflect modernization of FM and Dispensing arrangements.
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SWAps and Use of Country Systems March 24 - 28, 2008

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Why to upgrade the Guidelines? Current Guidelines issued in 2002 “Interim” reviewed as SWAps advance to reflect experience Reflect modernization of FM and Disbursement strategies. There is a present audit all inclusive on the venture loaning side on SWAps

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Key messages Nature and extent of the Guidelines Conceptual issues on SWAps FM Specifics

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Key messages Nature, degree and approach No need of isolated rules, but instead streamlined into the FMPM. Coordinate the SWAps dialog with the work on the Use of Country Systems. Give standards (center staff) and great cases – there is no a solitary model of SWAps.

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Interim Guidelines (2002) Country proprietorship Partnership and counsel Comprehensive area strategy structure Expenditure structure Uniform usage structures and techniques FMPM (2005) Pooling of: Expenditures to be financed Flow of government and benefactors stores through mutually concurred channels Use of Country Systems Conceptual issues on SWAps

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Key messages SWAps: blend of IL + DPLs? (Traceability of consumptions) SWAps: Bridging operations to move to division spending plan support. Vicinity of characterizing components shift from one operation to other: Common component: Sector/Sub-area methodology Implementation plans: Ring-fenced courses of action to full utilization of nation frameworks Is there any need to audit the characterizing elements? Shouldn\'t something be said about MICs?

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FM Specific Issues - Strong co-connection in the middle of SWAps and UCS To what degree, can PFM framework issues be tended to through SWAp operations? Should nation level dangers be tended to through the same SWAp operation? Transitional courses of action versus long haul limit building endeavors What are the basic components of both activities? By what method ought to these be reflected in the FMPM and/or Guidelines?

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