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Consultative Council on Financial Management
- The MoF Consultative Council on Financial Management (CCFM) is the collective consultation and coordination body responsible for the periodic balance of the activities of the MoF.
- The CCFM must namely issue recommendations on:
The CCFM consists of the following persons:
- Decisions by the MoF, so that they can be implemented;
- Work plans and programmes;
- The balance of the activities of the MoF, assessing the outcomes achieved and proposing new goals;
- The exchange of experiences and information between all MoF services and their respective leaders;
- Relevant legislative diplomas by the MoF or any other documents issued by its services;
- Any other activities submitted to it.
Whenever the Minister considers it to be justified, he may summon other entities, staff or individualities, whether from the Ministry or outside, to take part in meetings of the CCFM.
The CCFM meets ordinarily once a week and extraordinarily whenever the Minister determines it.
- The Minister, who presides over it;
- The Vice Minister;
- The Heads of the DPMU, PFAU, FMISU and PPPU;
- The Heads of the IAO and of the LO;
- Heads of Office.
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