In 2014 the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) and the international community established a high-level and hybrid institution - the Financial Governance Committee (FGC) - to increase transparency and accountability on key financial governance issues.
EFFECTIVE AND ACCOUNTABLE GOVERNMENT (PSG V)
This project complements the ongoing Capacity Injection Project (CIP) targeting the Federal Government of Somalia and the Puntland State Government. Civil service reform remains a priority of the Government of Somaliland (GoSL) and has been identified as a key priority in the Somaliland Special Arrangement (SSA).
Since RCRF I, important political and state building milestones have been met in the state formation process that alter the context for RCRF II. The elements of Somalia’s future federation are emerging and there is an increasing strategic importance to ensure emerging and established federal member states are part of the broader fiscal and administrative discussions
The RCRF Program enables the Somali Government to achieve reliable and transparent financing of critical civil service operations to help strengthen the legitimacy of the state. The initial phase of the Series focused on supporting an operational payroll and payment system for the
The Somali Compact recognized capacity development as a key enabler essential for delivering its peacebuilding and state-building priorities. It identified the need for dedicated support to strengthen core government functions, improving civil service management and building capacity at the center of government
The Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) requested rapid support from development partners to help raise the capacity of the government as articulated in the Somali Compact. Core government functions are also prioritized within the Somaliland Special Arrangement.