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Alignment of systems budget

A performance management framework for public sector organizations in a developing country
situation needs to take into account aspirations of what the public service is expected to
accomplish, the desired performance situation, the gap between the current and desired situation.
The PMS framework adopted should to address that gap, and aim at securing performance
improvements both at the institutional as well as at the individual level within the overall
national planning development framework.
An effective PMS comprises four main elements: planning, implementation of the plans,
monitoring and evaluation as well as rewards and sanctions.

  1. Planning
    Ideally, a PMS system should be anchored around a national planning system that gets cascaded
    to the entire public sector and maintains links to the non governmental sector (private and civil
    society).Good practice would suggest that countries approach planning using the approach