Governments and Non-governmental organizations are increasingly turning to computerized financial management systems to help them respond to the demand for better information. Reliable and readily available financial data will be a key determinant of many public finance reforms, including measures to: direct resources to achieve particular policy goals for example poverty reduction, enlarge the coverage of the budget, introduce a medium-term fiscal perspective in the budget; produce information on tax expenditure, fiscal risk, and contingent liabilities, implement a program-based budget framework, and improve the quality of cash and debt management.
- To introduce participants to basics of computerised financial managemnet
- To explain the need to computerise financial processes
- To understand the structure and content of financial reports and draw conclusion from the analysis of finacial reports and information
- To inprove accuracy and limeliness in finacial reporting
- To help participants work easier and faster.