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Debt Management Performance Assessment (DeMPA)

OVERVIEW

InClass.gifThe DeMPA evaluates strengths and weaknesses in public debt management, through a comprehensive set of 15 performance indicators covering six core areas of public debt management: (1) governance and strategy development; (2) coordination with macroeconomic policies; (3) borrowing and related financing activities; (4) cash flow forecasting and cash balance management; (5) operational risk management; and (6) debt records and reporting. Its scope is central government public debt management and closely related functions such as issuance of loan guarantees, on-lending and cash flow forecasting and cash balance management. A DeMPA can help guide the design of actionable reform programs, facilitate monitoring of performance over time, and enhance donor harmonization based on a common understanding of priorities.

The implementation of DeMPAs and training on DeMPAs is driven by country demand. If financed under the DMF, these activities are undertaken jointly with the DMF's Implementing Partners. The mission calendar and information on DeMPA workshops are updated regularly.

DeMPA: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
The DeMPA tool presents the 15 indicators and the scoring methodology. The guide provides supplemental information for the use of the indicators.
DeMPA ToolDeMPA GuideDeMPA Reports

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Albania (Second) - [English

Burkina Faso - [English] [French

Burkina Faso (Second) - [French]

Comoros - [French]

Djibouti - [French]

Gambia, The - [English

Guinea-Bissau - [English

Maldives - [English

Mauritania - [French]

Moldova, Republic of - [English] [Romanian

Mongolia - [English]

Mozambique - [English]

Papua New Guinea - [English

Sao Tome and Principe - [English]

Sao Tome and Principe (Second) - [English] [Portuguese]

Senegal - [French

Sierra Leone - [English]

Solomon Islands - [English

Togo - [English] [French]

 


Last updated: 2012-05-11




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