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comprehensive enough to accommodate not just existing but also upcoming needs; and that the  schedule for performance is realistic.  – INTRODUCING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT  INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES OECD JOURNAL ON  BUDGETING – VOLUME  – NO.  – ISSN -  ©  OECD  Box . Preconditions for growth of an  FMIS Authorities’ dedication and possession is clear: • Clear institutional designation. • Clear  power to apply. • Active contribution, with no undue delegation to suppliers. Preconditions are  ready for reform: • Authorities ready to reengineer execute methods. • Environment encourages  modify. • Adequate abilities andor coaching available. • Users are “sold” on the system. •  Steering team is active and representative. Project style is sound: • Adequate time taken on style  level. • Users completely engaged in requirements. • Not too committed in opportunity. • 
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