DGB

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

  • The implementation of the government’s budgetary policy
  • Forecasting fiscal developments,
  • The budgetary framework,
  • The preparation of draft state finance laws
  • The execution of the State’s investment budget in liaison with the Ministry of Public Investment,
  • Monitoring and implementation of the priority investment program, in liaison with the ministry in charge of public investment,
  • Monitoring, auditing and evaluation of programs within the framework of the State budget,
  • The development of procedures for the modernization of expenditure circuits,
  • The collection and use of all information relating to the preparation of the budget, in liaison with the administrations concerned,
  • Preparation, monitoring, evaluation and control of the execution of the State’s operating budget, in liaison with the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Spatial Development.
  • The preparation of the summary notes on the execution of the State budget in liaison with the administrations concerned,
  • The preparation of the budget situation notes,
  • Preparation and monitoring of the application of budgetary regulations
  • The development and implementation of budgetary reform, in conjunction with other relevant departments,
  • Monitoring and evaluation of state subsidies to public institutions and public bodies.
  • Management of receivables and public shareholdings
  • Consolidation of budgetary information with that of decentralized local authorities and public institutions
  • Centralization and analysis of data on public expenditure programs
  • Monitoring the level of physical and financial execution of development programs or projects financed from external resources, in conjunction with the administrations concerned with the execution of the medium-term expenditure framework,
  • The orientation and supervision of the action of financial controls, both at central and decentralized level,
  • The consolidation of the administrative accounts of 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;
  • The preparation and monitoring of the application of laws and regulations relating to staff costs, in liaison with the administrations concerned,
  • The analysis of the financial impact of texts relating to staff and pension expenditure;
  • The compilation and consolidation of pay statistics,
  • The control of pay processing structures operating within the Ministry and other administrations;
  • The management of the central balance database of State personnel,
  • The management of the file of life pensions and annuities,
  • The production of pension statements,
  • The monitoring of the repayment of pension contributions of detached staff.
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