The proposed TA will directly respond to the government's strategic area of good governance identified in its national development strategy (Te Kakeega II) where it gives priority to the strengthening of public administration oversight, institutionalization of sound management and principles and practices in the public service and reduce subsidies to PE through improved management, operations and business planning . ADB's Country Partnership Strategy (CPS 2002-2012) also focus on these areas as poor expenditure allocation decisions have significant opportunity costs that impede development and growth in a micro-economy such as Tuvalu. For this reason, the CPS focuses on effective fiscal management, which can make the greatest contribution to meeting Government priorities.
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