K-MSG-L Notes 17 (36) - ,techniques, . ,(ITIS)inthe...

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created to create sure that a frequent set of policies, techniques, and requirements are in position  for handling information and techniques government-wide. This could be achieved by creating a  nationwide IT technique, such as the use of technology and details techniques (ITIS) in the  community support.  – INTRODUCING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION  SYSTEMS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES OECD JOURNAL ON BUDGETING –  VOLUME  – NO.  – ISSN -  ©  OECD  • Extensive consultation and acceptance: To be effective,  the company needs to be ready for the release of the FMIS and be willing to recognise and agree  to the advantages that the changes will bring about and the expenses of performance in their  widest sense. The ongoing consultation within gov divisions is important. This would be possible with the help of a powerful champion for the changes. • New job descriptions in ministries, 
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