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Aug 27, 2019
The United Nation's SDGs present an array of complex social, engineering, medical, scientific and managerial challenges for member states set in different contexts and mostly requiring very significant investment, organisational capacity and community...

Mar 07, 2019
In an article published recently by the International Monetary Fund David Fellows, Director of PFMConnect, and a colleague, Glyn Evans, note that while some developing countries are making heavy commitments to maximise the use of digital technology they..

Sep 04, 2018
In a further article published recently by the International Monetary Fund David Fellows,Co-principal of PFMConnect,suggests that sound administration must be established as the cornerstone of anti-corruption efforts.

Apr 10, 2018
In a recent piece published by the IMF, David Fellows Co-principal of PFMConnect suggests that there are limitations to the use of corruption perception indices as a tool to direct the efforts of administrations in the fight against corruption.

Nov 09, 2017
The Public Private Partnership (PPP) model is a form of service delivery where private contractors are recruited by public sector organisations to provide public services on a long-term basis while incurring the necessary capital costs ostensibly at...

Oct 12, 2017
David Fellows, Co-Principal of PFMConnect has proposed the creation of an online academy for the professional development of government officials with particular emphasis on the advantages it would offer to developing nations.

Aug 23, 2017
In many countries, and frequently developing countries, state-owned enterprises (SOEs) pose major challenges for governments.

Jul 25, 2017
Developing countries could benefit from a more collaborative approach to governance reform driven by digital technology PFMConnect's David Fellows suggests in a recent blog.

Apr 28, 2016
Corruption has a highly damaging effect on many developing countries. We examine these effects, the importance of public financial management (PFM) reforms and the contribution required from international development agencies.

Jan 11, 2016
An August 2015 Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) assessment has demonstrated that the Papua New Guinea (PNG) government’s recent standard of PFM is very poor compared with that of some of its peers.

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