La direction générale du budget Cameroun

LA DIRECTION GENERALE DU BUDGET

Under the authority of a Director General, the Directorate General for the Budget is responsible for :

  • The implementation of the government’s budgetary policy
  • Forecasting fiscal developments,
  • Budgetary framework,
  • The preparation of draft State finance laws
  • The execution of the State investment budget in liaison with the Ministry in charge of public investments,
  • Monitoring and implementation of the priority investment programme, in liaison with the Ministry in charge of public investment,
  • The control, audit and evaluation of programmes within the framework of the state budget,
  • The development of procedures for modernising expenditure circuits,
  • The collection and use of all information relating to the preparation of the budget, in liaison with the administrations concerned,
  • The preparation, monitoring, evaluation and control of the execution of the State’s operating budget, in liaison with the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Regional Development.
  • The preparation of the summary note on the execution of the State budget in liaison with the administrations concerned,
  • The preparation of the budget note,
  • The development and monitoring of the application of budgetary regulations
  • The development and implementation of the budget reform, in liaison with other relevant departments,
  • Monitoring and evaluation of subsidies granted by the State to public institutions and public bodies.
  • The management of debts and public shareholdings
  • The consolidation of budgetary information with that of decentralised local authorities and public institutions.
  • Centralization and analysis of data on public spending programmes
  • Monitoring the level of physical and financial implementation of development programmes or projects financed from external resources, in liaison with the administrations concerned of the implementation of the medium-term expenditure framework,
  • Guidance and supervision of the action of financial controls, both at the central and deconcentrated levels,
  • The consolidation of the administrative accounts of the authorising officers,
  • The production of the annual control report,
  • The administrative accounting of state expenditure,
  • The production of data and performance indicators on the evolution of budgetary expenditure,
  • The implementation of the government’s wage policy, in liaison with the ministry in charge of the civil service;
  • Drafting and monitoring the application of laws and regulations relating to staff expenditure, in liaison with the relevant administrations,
  • Analysis of the financial impact of the texts on staff and pension expenditure;
  • The preparation and consolidation of statistics on the balance of payments,
  • Control of the pay processing structures operating within the Ministry and other administrations;
  • The management of the central pay file for State personnel,
  • Management of the file of pensions and life annuities,
  • The production of pension statements,
  • Monitoring the repayment of pension contributions for seconded staff.