Policy and Management Consulting Group (PMCG) will assist the World Bank Group to develop assessments of non-technical, political economy factors influencing achievements and prospects of PFM reforms in Georgia. The assessment will focus on institutional and political relations and also the role of development partners and other external advisers, as well as the role played by civil society.
The World Bank is preparing a new operational engagement on Public Investment Management. The assessment will emphasize factors that currently constrain the efficient allocation and utilization of public investments, and opportunities for continued improvements.
The PMCG team, with its knowledge of the local context and expertise in the field of public financial management, will provide advice and contribute to the assessment of non-technical drivers of PFM reforms in Georgia.
For detailed information:
Assessment of Non-Technical Drivers of PFM Reforms in Georgia