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Governance of State Owned Enterprises and Public Agencies in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania

PRIVATIZATION PROCEEDS TAX ARREARS GOVERNMENT ENTITIES FINANCIAL SERVICES REGULATORY FRAMEWORK PUBLIC AGENCY DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION BUDGETARY ALLOCATIONS FORMAL SYSTEM PUBLIC PROCUREMENT ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY FINANCIAL SECTORS FINANCING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOREIGN INVESTORS FINANCIAL RESULTS PUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS STATE PROPERTY RESPONSIBILITY LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FINANCIAL RESOURCES GOOD GOVERNANCE ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL DIFFICULTY AUTHORITIES FINANCIER DISCLOSURE INDEPENDENCE OVERSIGHT GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVE MINISTERS CASH FLOWS PUBLIC HEALTH FINANCIAL AUTONOMY INSTITUTION BUILDING PUBLIC POLICY HUMAN RESOURCE STATES ALLEGIANCE STATE OWNERSHIP ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM EXECUTION LEGAL PROVISIONS AUTHORITY DECISION-MAKING POWER FOREIGN SUPPLIERS PUBLIC FUNDS DECREE PARASTATAL SECTOR INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS MINISTRIES CENTRALIZATION LOCAL GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS LEGISLATION PUBLIC FINANCE SOCIAL SECURITY REPRESENTATIVES TAX REVENUES FINANCIAL HEALTH GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS LEGAL FRAMEWORK PUBLIC INVESTMENT LOCAL AUTHORITY EXPENDITURE GOVERNMENT BUDGETS FISCAL ACCOUNTABILITY TRANSPARENCY PUBLIC EXPENDITURE SHORT- TERM DEBT NATIONALIZATION SHORT-TERM DEBT STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES SOCIAL POLICY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT RATIONALIZATION VETO FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE CADRES LEGAL FORM PUBLIC GOVERNANCE STATE- OWNED ENTERPRISES DECISION-MAKING INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY FINANCIAL ANALYSIS REGULATORY BODIES PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS REPRESENTATION REGULATION STATE REFORMS STATE BUDGET CONSTITUTIONS ADMINISTRATION GOVERNANCE ENFORCEMENT BUDGETARY EXPENDITURES TAXATION SOCIAL SECTORS PRESIDENTS PUBLIC RESOURCES PUBLIC AGENCIES CONSENSUS STATE STATE SUBSIDIES STATE CONTROL INSOLVENT HUMAN RESOURCES INTERNAL AUDIT MINISTRY OF FINANCE FISCAL MANAGEMENT PUBLIC FINANCES FINANCIAL INFORMATION FINANCIAL RISKS FINANCIAL MARKETS PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION LEGAL CHANGES FINANCIAL CAPACITY FISCAL SITUATION VOTING INSOLVENCY STATE ASSETS REHABILITATION GOVERNMENT AUTHORITY STATE INTERVENTION LAW LEGAL REQUIREMENTS FINANCIAL SUPPORT RISK MANAGEMENT AUDIT INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK LEGITIMACY PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY FISCAL REVENUE PUBLIC SERVICE GOVERNMENTS NATIONAL TERRITORY FISCAL REVENUES AUTONOMOUS AGENCY COUNCIL OF MINISTERS PRESIDENCY CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
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Washington, DC
Africa | Mauritania
2015-11-06T15:32:01Z | 2015-11-06T15:32:01Z | 2013-06

This study analyzes the governance framework of the business portfolio of Mauritanian institutions and government agencies and offers avenues for reform. The report begins with an overview of the scope of work and performance of the portfolio mentioned using the term Para-Statal sector and identifies the main challenges represented by this sector. It then analyzes the governance framework of Para-statal sector of Mauritania through comparative references from the guidelines of the OECD. The diagnosis includes an analysis of the legal framework, the supervisory function, risk monitoring budget and performance in terms of delivery of services, advice to administration, transparency and dissemination of information. The report closes with a detailed and sequenced action plan compiled from observations in the diagnosis and offers a series of suggestions for appropriate reforms to the institutional context of Mauritania. The action plan focuses primarily on strengthening the monitoring of risk of the budget and proposes ways of sequenced reforms taking into account both international examples and the Mauritanian context.

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