Our work on professionalisation of public financial management (PFM) represents the most focussed set of resources for professionalising public financial management in a country.
We have made available a wide range of resources that CIPFA and others have developed which can reduce the learning curve and shorten the timescale in achieving professionalisation.
The webpages in this section contain useful guidance for all parties involved in professionalisation. If you can’t find the guidance you need here then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reforming and improving PFM is a high priority policy for many governments around the world. Making the necessary improvements requires a number of elements including:
But if these improvements are to be sustained in the longer term then it is essential to ensure the professionalisation of PFM in the country. Without this there is a very real danger that reform will not be long lasting, and that investment will be wasted.
You may be interested in:
International Public Financial Management qualifications
Certificate in International Public Sector Financial Reporting
Public Financial Management: A Whole System Approach