Open Budget Survey Guidelines on the Public Availability of Budget Documents

August 2016 | by International Budget Partnership

International good practice on public financial management recommends that governments produce eight key budget documents throughout the budget process.

To be considered publicly available and accepted by the Open Budget Survey, these documents must meet a set of minimum standards on content, availability, and timeliness.

This guide provides direction and additional resources to determine the public availability of the eight key budget documents evaluated in the Open Budget Survey. It also helps in identifying which fiscal years should be included in the Open Budget Survey 2017.




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