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Guide to Transparency in Government Budget Reports: How Civil Society Can Use Budget Reports for Research and Advocacy

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Authors: Vivek Ramkumar and Isaac Shapiro
Published by: International Budget Partnership (IBP)

This guide offers an overview of government budget implementation processes and provides practical, tested tools that can be used by civil society organizations interested in monitoring government expenditures. It describes in particular how civil society could use the eight key budget reports that governments should issue – the Pre-Budget Statement, Executive’s Budget Proposal, Citizens Budget, Enacted Budget, In-Year Reports, Mid-Year Review, Year-End Report, and Audit Report – for research and advocacy purposes.

This guide is available in English, in French, in Portuguese, in Spanish, and in Arabic.

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