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Sudan - Strengthening Good Governance for Development Outcomes in Southern Sudan : Issues and Options

ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS ACCOUNTING ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENTS ADMINISTRATIVE CAPACITY ADMINISTRATIVE DECENTRALIZATION ADMINISTRATIVE MACHINERY ANTI-CORRUPTION ANTICORRUPTION ANTICORRUPTION COMMISSION ANTICORRUPTION LEGISLATION ASSETS AUDITING AUDITOR AUTHORITY BASIC SERVICES BLOCK GRANTS CADRES CAPACITY BUILDING CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CITIZENS CIVIL SERVANTS CIVIL SERVICE COALITIONS COLLAPSE COLONIAL COUNTRIES COMMUNITY DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT CONFIDENCE CONSENSUS CONSTITUENCIES CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTIONS COUNCIL OF MINISTERS CRIMINAL DECENTRALIZATION DECENTRALIZATION OBJECTIVES DECISION MAKING DECISION MAKING POWER DECONCENTRATION DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE DEMOCRATIC SYSTEMS DEVOLUTION DEVOLUTION OF POLITICAL AUTHORITY DISCRETION EQUALIZATION ETHNIC GROUPS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES EXPENDITURE FEDERALISM FINANCIAL AUTONOMY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL PLANNING FINANCIAL RESOURCES FISCAL BURDEN FISCAL DECENTRALIZATION FISCAL MANAGEMENT FISCAL POLICY FISCAL PRESSURES FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY FISCAL STRESS GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES GOVERNMENT LEVEL GOVERNMENT LEVELS GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS GOVERNMENT STRUCTURES GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS GRANT DESIGN HEALTH SERVICES HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES INITIATIVE INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE INTERNAL SECURITY JUSTICE KINGDOMS LACK OF CLARITY LEADERSHIP LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL FRAMEWORKS LEGAL STRUCTURES LEGISLATION LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLIES LEGISLATORS LEGISLATURE LEGITIMACY LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT LIBERATION LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL COUNCILS LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT STRUCTURES LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOCAL LEVEL LOCAL TAX LOYALIST LOYALISTS MERITOCRACY MINISTER MINISTRIES OF EDUCATION MINISTRIES OF FINANCE MINISTRY OF FINANCE MUNICIPALITIES NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL SERVICE NATIONALISM NATIONS NATURAL RESOURCES NEPOTISM OPERATING COSTS OWN SOURCE REVENUE PATRONAGE POLICE POLITICAL APPOINTMENTS POLITICAL COMMITMENT POLITICAL FEASIBILITY POLITICAL INSTABILITY POVERTY REDUCTION PRESIDENCY PRIVATE SECTOR PROCUREMENT PROVISIONS PUBLIC PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION REFORM PUBLIC FINANCES PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM PUBLIC SERVANTS PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYEES PUBLIC SERVICE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SERVICE REFORM PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SPENDING PUBLIC WORKS REFERENDUM REGIONAL GOVERNMENT REGIONAL GOVERNMENTS REHABILITATION REPRESENTATIVES RESOURCE MOBILIZATION RESOURCE SHARING REVENUE CAPACITY REVENUE COLLECTION REVENUE VOLATILITY REVOLUTION ROADS SERVICE DELIVERY SOCIAL PROTECTION STATE ADMINISTRATION STATE ASSEMBLIES STATE AUTONOMY STATE CONSTITUTIONS STATE GOVERNMENT STATE GOVERNMENTS TAX RATE TAX RATES TAXATION TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TRANSPARENCY TRUST FUNDS USER CHARGES VERTICAL BALANCE WATER SUPPLY
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World Bank
Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | East Africa | Sudan
2012-03-19T10:22:54Z | 2012-03-19T10:22:54Z | 2010-04-01

This report is the product of a joint Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS) and World Bank initiative aimed at facilitating informed policy making in key areas of public service management. The objective was to facilitate a process in which a Bank-supported team will provide technical inputs and will support appropriate consultation leading to informed and pragmatic policy making and implementation. Coordination, in particular on policy formulation, is difficult and a key constraint in young governments and more so in post-conflict situations such as that of Southern Sudan. Available analytical and executive capacity is already stretched. The number of issues that need to be addressed is large and prioritization is difficult. There are sharp political divisions that are not easily reconciled. The report is presented in two parts. Part one provides the background as well as a summary of findings and recommendations. Chapter one provides a brief historical background and lessons from this experience but may be skipped without loss of continuity. Chapter two presents an overview of the issues and options facing the GoSS in managing the public service, implementing the decentralization vision and tackling corruption and summarizes the findings presented in detail in the second part of the report. Part two covers the three thematic areas that are the subject of this initiative in greater detail: chapter three on public service reform, chapter four on decentralization, and chapter five on corruption. Two annexes document key aspects of the process. A third annex summarizes a paper on traditional authorities prepared as part of this exercise.

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