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As a leading provider of financing and technical assistance for FMIS development, the World Bank has published this website with comprehensive information and a wide range of resources, including interactive maps (FMIS Data Mapper, FMIS World Map), status of FMIS projects supported by the World Bank, Studies & Guidance Notes, and some internal and external evaluations.

Financial Management Information Systems (FMIS) support the automation and integration of public financial management processes including budget formulation, execution (e.g. commitment control, cash/debt management, treasury operations), accounting, and reporting. FMIS solutions can significantly improve the efficiency and equity of government operations, and offer a great potential for increasing participation, transparency and accountability. Whenever FMIS and other PFM information systems (for example, e-procurement, payroll, debt management) are linked with a central data warehouse (DW) to record and report all daily financial transactions, offering reliable consolidated platforms can be referred to as integrated FMIS (or IFMIS). The World Bank is a leading provider of financing and technical assistance for FMIS development.


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