PFMRS  is an acronym for Public Financial Management Reforms  Secretariat

Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA),Office of the Auditor General (O.A.G), Parliament, IFMIS, Public Procurement Oversight Authority, Teachers Service Commission, Commission on Revenue Allocation, Directorate of Budget Fiscal and Economic affairs, IGFR, RMD, PPP, PDMO, ASD, COB, IAD, PPRA, DGIPE, Pensions Department, DPSM and Salaries and Remuneration Commission

The mandate of PFMR Secretariat is to Coordinate and harmonize the public financial management reforms to strengthen public finance management systems in order to enhance effectiveness of the budget processes, to improve transparency and accountability and to ensure resources are used fairly to promote an equitable society

  • Agence Française de Développement (AFD)
  • GIZ
  • African Development Bank (AFDB)
  • Canadian International Developement Agency (CIDA)
  • Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)

Program to Strengthen Governance for Enabling Service Delivery and Public Investment in Kenya (GESDeK)

The development objective of the Program to Strengthen Governance for Enabling Service Delivery and Public Investment Project for Kenya is to improve utilization and transparency of resource management in selected service delivery Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs). The program will be anchored in the revised strategy for public financial management reforms (2013-2018). The main objective of the strategy is to ensure a public finance system that promotes transparency, accountability, equity, fiscal discipline, and efficiency in the management and use of public resources for improved service delivery and economic development. The program-for-results (PforR) will support the implementation of the public financial management reforms strategy (PFMRS) as reflected in ongoing reform activities in the national treasury. The program development objective (PDO) will be achieved through six key results areas (KRAs) to be measured through PDO indicators: (i) prioritized public investments; (ii) reliable funding for service delivery and public investments; (iii) efficient and transparent procurement; (iv) consolidated staff data; (v) timely and quality financial statements and audits; and (vi) strengthened fiduciary assurance and transparency.