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FeaturedStocktaking of Public Sector Accounting and Reporting Environment in PULSAR Beneficiary Countries
This study is a knowledge product of the World Bank in cooperation with the Institute of Public Management from Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), developed…
Report on the Enhancement of Public Sector Financial Reporting toolkit (REPF) - Diagnostic Tool
The Report on the Enhancement of Public Sector Financial Reporting toolkit (REPF) was developed to promote improvements in public sector financial management.
A Good Practice Outline of the Multipurpose Chart of Accounts
This good practice paper is a product of knowledge sharing and collaboration among the FinCoP members with support from international experts. It is intended to inform and assist PULSAR countries in updating or designing a full scope chart of accounts.
Accrual Based Accounting Core Competency Framework for Public Sector Finance Professionals
The Core Competency Framework was prepared to support Governments in implementing and sustaining reforms toward the adoption of accrual based accounting by defining the necessary competencies required by finance professionals to carry out such reforms.
Competency-Based Accounting Education, Training and Certification Implementation Guide
A guide on accounting education, training, or certification. Particularly relevant to PAOs and other bodies that oversee formal education or practical experience that forms part of the initial professional development (IPD) of aspiring professional accountants, or the continuing professional development (CPD) of professional accountants.
PULSAR High-Level Guide on Benefits of Accrual Accounting
A high-level guide on the benefits of accruals based Public Sector Accounting developed under the PULSAR program. The guide serves as an instrument to support clients in their outreach and dialogue to raise awareness of the advantages of accrual accounting adoption.
Roadmap to Public Sector Accounting Reform: Good Practice Template
The roadmap template addresses the fundamental questions that need to be answered while undertaking public sector accounting reforms.