The Blue Book sets out the core information about how to do things in DFID that we expect most staff to know. It explains the rules governing key corporate. 6 Mar advance of need for some DFID programmes. DFID’s Guide to Rules and Tools ( its ‘Blue. Book’) states that ‘as a general rule, DFID should not. Department for International Development (DFID) Information Management Assessment (IMA) /18 Action Updates made to Blue Book content for input to.

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Blue Book: the essential guide to working at DFID

UK uses cookies to make the site simpler. Thank you for your feedback. The last of these[ 1 ] April showed that PEM had improved for the countries assessed, though the extent of progress was mixed across countries and indicators. It is also important to remember that not all countries are suitable candidates dfid blue book programme based approaches, in particular fragile states or those with no commitment to address dfid blue book weaknesses in financial management systems.

Communicating using DFID’s external website amended. DFID also dfid blue book to monitor progress in this area. Request an accessible format. Since most programme based approaches are channelled through partner governments’ financial management systems, one of the obvious risks of spending funds in this way is that of the diversion of such funds. PDF dfid blue book, KB54 pages.


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Is this page useful? Dfid blue book individual country dfid blue book completed since June will establish a PEFA performance baseline against which future progress can be assessed. A further risk is the reduced control over what aid is spent on, leading to possible spending on areas that are not focused on poverty reduction. So the risk remains that the money spent in low income countries is badly spent.

This new and more exact method of calculation was introduced end These have been achieved through effective and informed negotiation with successful bidders and will not have any adverse impact on quality of output, since the contracts include specific quality levels dfid blue book need to be achieved.

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DFID has sought to achieve this by: DFID’s procurement savings have been achieved through post contract clarification savings. To help us improve GOV.

Extensive work has been done to mitigate this within DFID: Department for International Development. Please tell us what format you need. PDFKB18 pages. In the case of our use of reverse auctions we state the level of quality to be achieved, and we achieve savings by bidders competing to achieve lowest dfid blue book whilst still meeting dfod standards.


It is expected that PEFA evaluations will be carried out every three to five years to allow real changes in countries’ systems to work their way through, so conclusive evidence about progress will not be available during the efficiency period. The quality of our project portfolio is the proxy indicator that DFID uses to monitor overall programme quality. Dfid blue book to main content.

These results are published in the EC Annual Report and scores have been dfid blue book year-on-year in all regions.

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Another quality measure to address fiduciary risk is monitoring the improvements in public financial management in our partner dfid blue book.

It also has the advantage of being an indicator on which we already collect data. In ROM, projects and programmes are given scores against internationally agreed criteria, using a well-structured and consistent methodology. This strategy aims to address the challenge of managing a rising aid budget with dfid blue book decreasing number of staff.

PDFKB8 pages. DFID also requires consultants to develop and utilise their own quality assurance plans.