Fostering Trust and Transparency in Governance: Tanzania Case Study

Author(s)
International Records Management Trust
Date
2007
Abstract
At the time of the case study visit, in October 2006, Tanzania was in the top group in the World Bank’s ‘Africa Development Indicators 2006’ for improvements in public sector management and institutions, including rule-based governance, quality of budgetary and financial management, and quality of public administration.1 As part of the nation’s Development Vision 2025, there was a requirement to build the capacity of the public sector to enhance its accountability to the public and to ensure that all service delivery institutions provided correct information analysis to fulfil their responsibility to society
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