Public Finance Management Support Programme for Ukraine (EU4PFM), Components 3 and 4.
The overall objective of the EU4PFM Programme is to improve Public Finance Management (PFM) in Ukraine, thereby ultimately improving public service delivery and the business climate. The specific objectives of the Programme that are to support the further development of a modern, efficient and fair revenue collection system and to support relevant PFM institutions in the enhancement of their organizational capacities.
The Programme is supporting reforms in revenue mobilisation that will strengthen institutional and organisational capacities of Ukrainian institutions in introducing and implementing a modern tax compliance strategy aimed at promoting voluntary tax compliance, reviewing and modernising business processes within the tax and customs administrations, establishing and operationalising the new Financial Investigation Service, broadening Ukraine's tax base through, inter alia, improved tax-related information flows with other countries, and countering tax avoidance, continuing legal approximation of relevant tax and customs laws and regulations with EU norms and international best practices, and improving capacities of the tax and customs administrations.
The Programme is also supporting legal and procedural changes in customs and trade facilitation areas, in particular by supporting the introduction of the New Computerized Transit System and Ukraine's joining the Convention on the Common Transit Procedure. Furthermore, the programme will support the introduction and implementation of the Authorised Economic Operator scheme and strengthened customs clearance process. Enhancement of the post clearance controls and improved audit capacity are further objectives of the Programme.
The Programme is as well supporting Ukraine's PFM institutions in designing and implementing modern Human resources management practices including anti-corruption provisions, reviewing, adapting and automating business processes, modernising institutional structures and practices and strengthening capacities of Ukrainian PFM institutions in designing, implementing and monitoring reforms.
The overall objective of the programme is to improve Public Finance Management in Ukraine (PFM), thereby ultimately improving public service delivery and the business climate. Specific objectives: Support the further development of a modern, efficient and fair revenue collection system. Support relevant PFM institutions in the enhancement of their organizational capacities: 1. Support relevant national institutions in the improvement of budget preparation, implementation and control. 2. Support further development of a modern, efficient and fair revenue collection system (tax and customs administrations) and investigation of economic crimes. 3. Support relevant PFM institutions in the enhancement of their organizational capacities. 4. Contribute to public expenditure optimisation in the areas of public investments, financial accountability of state-owned companies and human resource and payroll.
1. Strengthened capacities in introducing and implementing a new tax compliance strategy and developing a compliance measurement framework. 2. Strengthened capacities of Ministry of Finance to perform an effective oversight of tax and customs administration. 3. Strengthened capacities in the review and adaptation of business processes within the tax and customs administration. 4. Establishment and operationalization of the planned new Financial Investigation Service. 5. Broadening of the Ukraine's tax base through, inter alia, improved tax related Information flows and limiting tax avoidance. 6. Legal approximation of customs laws and regulations with the EU acguis and International best practices and implementation of trade facilitation measures. 7. Implementing modern Human Resources management practices in PFM institutions. Reviewing and streamlining institutional procedures, structures and practices. 8. Supporting automation of functions in PFM institutions in line with the priorities of the government
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