All publications of activities related to COVID-19. Summaries of sessions as well as documents and legislative proposals as a result of the work of the Crisis Cabinets.
During the great recession, all efforts have been aimed at introducing greater and better discipline in the management of public finances. This is logical, since it was thus imposed by the needs of fiscal consolidation. But, once the economic crisis is over, it seems appropriate to reflect on the quality of public spending in Spain. It is not a question of formulating proposals aimed at better controlling the deficit or debt, but rather to implement a results-oriented budget system, as well as to make the evaluation and control function more relevant.
The Fide Working Group has met over the course of a year, in seven working sessions, from October 2017 to September 2018. As a result of these sessions, the group raises six proposals, which are set out below, and whose objective is take steps towards a budget model that makes explicit what the policy objectives are to be met and that, through evaluation, makes it possible to know if and to what extent they are achieved.
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All the people who have participated in this Fide working group have done so in a personal capacity and not on behalf of the entities, offices, Universities or companies, where they carry out their professional work, so these conclusions do not reflect and They do not collect institutional but specific positions of each one of the members of the group.