Treasury System Design : A Value Chain Approach

Author/Editor:

Eivind Tandberg

Publication Date:

July 1, 2005

Electronic Access:

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Summary:

Treasury systems enable governments to prepare financial plans, implement annual budgets, handle cash resources, provide fiscal accounts, and ensure control and accountability. The design of these systems varies considerably across countries, reflecting differences in priorities, country capacities, and political traditions. The paper develops a generic value chain for a treasury system and discusses the choices that are made in designing that system. The paper provides an indicative set of good practices for treasury design in different groups of countries. The generic model and the proposed good practices are compared to the actual treasury systems in seven countries.

Series:

Working Paper No. 05/153

English

Publication Date:

July 1, 2005

ISBN/ISSN:

9781451861723/1018-5941

Stock No:

WPIEA2005153

Format:

Paper

Pages:

28

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