In pursuit of good governance in ADB's operations, this technical assistance (TA) will support the enhancement of financial management capacity in the region. The TA will focus on three pillars supporting effective financial management: (i) the quality of project auditing by private audit professionals, (ii) financial management assessments of ADB-financed projects, and (iii) project financial reporting through application of the cash basis international public sector accounting standard (IPSAS).
The TA will produce three outputs: (i) piloting quality assurance systems for PAOs, (ii) developing working papers on DMC financial management systems, and (iii) developing an e-Learning module on preparing project financial statements using the cash-basis IPSAS.
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|Strengthening Financial Management in Asia and the Pacific: Technical Assistance Report||Oct 2014|
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