Under this program, the Ministry ensures effective financial management, accountability for public resources and assets, management and reporting on accounts of Government among other objectives. In the FY 2018/19, this Program received UShs 57.24bn by end of December 2018 against an appropriation of UShs 110.97bn. Out of this, Ushs 37.28bn was spent representing 65.1% absorption. For the half year ending December 2018, the Ministry successfully supported over 4,505 IFMS users across 273 IFMS sites, over 504 E-cash users in 119 sites, over 1300 E-registration users in 310 sites, and over 2,300 Treasury Single Account tool users in 230 sites.
All external debt payments due were paid in time and domestic debt claims were also paid. The Accountability Sector Annual Review 2017/18 was held. In the FY 2019/20, the Program has been allocated UShs 94.97bn. This is in comparison to an allocation of Ushs 110.97bn in the FY 2018/19. The allocation is to cater for strengthening Governance and Accountability initiatives among Accountability Sector Institutions, enable continued operationalization of the PFMA, IFMS strengthening and roll out to 63 Sites including 30 DFPs and 33 LGs, integration of systems (IFMS, Human Capital Management, PBS), data center enhancement, implementation of the National Public Sector Procurement Policy, full decentralization of management of payroll to 175 LGs and 109 CG Votes as well as reconciliation of domestic and external debt.
Programme Objective :
i. Compilation and management of the accounts of votes;
ii. Custody and safety of public money;
iii.Manage resources of Government;
iv. Custody of all government certificates of all titles for investments;
v. Maintenance of a register of government investments
vi. Develop the internal audit strategy and supervise its implementation;
vii.Develop internal audit policies, rules, standards, manuals, circulars and guidelines;
viii.Review and consolidate audit reports from the votes and externally financed projects;
ix. Liaise with the Auditor General, Accountant General, Accounting Officers and Internal Auditors on audit matters