Development and Budget Division (DBD) is responsible for coordinating the formulation of the government's recurrent and development budgets, control of the use of budgetary resources, public debt management, cash flow analysis and reporting, financial administration of loss of cash and stores, unserviceable and obsolete stores and government motor vehicle accidents surcharges and assisting Ministries to identify cost recovery areas.
The Development and Budget Division shall be a competent organisation which delivers timely and quality services to facilitate implementation of the national development programme.
The Development and Budget Division exists to:
- Ensure effective coordination of budgetary processes;
- Coordinate the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of development projects and programmes;
- Advise on the optimum mobilisation, allocation and management of resources in a sustainable manner;
- Ensure that the nation’s economic and financial resources are used effectively and efficiently in accordance with national principles as outlined in the National Development Plans, various legislation and other existing policy Documents provided from time to time;
- Ensure effective financial management practices in accordance with the Finance and Audit Act and Financial Instructions and Procedures.
DBD’s operating processes, structures, management systems and culture are shaped by its values. In pursuit of its objective, the Division commits itself to the following values:
- Customer focus
- Team Work
- Open Mindedness