The Parliamentary Budget Offices e-learning Course is now drawing to a close, and it has resulted in some very productive discussions over the last four weeks. I will post some summaries of the discussions over the next few weeks, but I though the Global Network would be interested to know some details about the actual participants.
Dear Friends and Esteemed Colleagues,
Please find attached herewith for your reading pleasure an article that I have written on the formation of the Global Network of Parliamentary Budget Offices (GNPBO) for the Canadian Parliamentary Review - Vol XXXVI, No III, Autumn 2013.
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We learn from the OECD experience as it was presented today, that in fact, there is no one-size-fits-all formula. But a global network of PBOs is an idea whose time has come...
It was very interesting to learn about the in the Dominican Republic. In her presentation, Gonzalez, explained that the had been created in 2009 through a collaborative effort between the and the Chamber of Deputies...
Kevin Page's most stimulating presentation emphasized the significant dimension that "another data point" is essential. He raised four lessons of working with the Canadian PBO...
PBO needs to be clear about the data actually needed and the place to get data. After that the main challenge will be on the reluctance of the governmental departments, which are the main sources of data, to disclose the data.