We aim to reform strategies and build institutional capacity through macroeconomics, fiscal forecasting, planning and budgeting, oversight and accountability, and diagnostics.
The fundamental role PFM plays in translating governments’ ambitions into outcomes for ordinary people has featured prominently in development debates over the past three decades. Yet experience has demonstrated that implementing such reform is far from straightforward. Why do some reforms work in one country but fail in others? How can PFM systems be designed to suit contextual realities of individual countries? How do we ensure changes in these systems translate into improvements in service delivery? What measures can we take to build partner governments’ capacity and promote sustainable improvements?
With a strong track record in delivering meaningful results for a broad range of clients, we can help answer these questions. Our team members are based in our offices in the United Kingdom, Pakistan, and Myanmar, and help provide support across the policy cycle in a variety of sectors. Adopting a problem-driven approach, we work on assignments ranging from the design and implementation of planning and budgeting reforms in Central Finance Agencies, to evaluations and value for money assessments of PFM projects and programmes.