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Evaluating Public Expenditure Programmes: Determining a Role For Programme Review investigates programmes review, the process whereby government expenditure programmes are examined from a results perspective.  Drawing from international experience, the paper explores some of the main issues involved in developing a system of programme review.  The aim is to promote discussion on the most appropriate ways of implementing programme review in government departments, given the government decision of 25 March 1997 to introduce a programme of comprehensive expenditure reviews.  This decision enacts the commitment in Delivering Better Government (1996) to introduce regular, periodic reviews of programmes.  These reviews will take place within the context of the move to multi-annual budgeting, with a three-year cycle of expenditure planning and review.

Evaluating Public Expenditure Programmes: Determining a Role For Programme Review

Evaluating Public Expenditure Programmes: Determining a Role For Programme Review investigates programmes review, the process whereby government expenditure programmes are examined from a results perspective.  Drawing from international experience, the paper explores some of the main issues involved in developing a system of programme review.  The aim is to promote discussion on the most appropriate ways of implementing programme review in government departments, given the government decision of 25 March 1997 to introduce a programme of comprehensive expenditure reviews.  This decision enacts the commitment in Delivering Better Government (1996) to introduce regular, periodic reviews of programmes.  These reviews will take place within the context of the move to multi-annual budgeting, with a three-year cycle of expenditure planning and review.

By: Richard Boyle ISBN: 1-872002-09-9

Published: Wednesday 01, January 1997.


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