Principal Accounting Offices Wise Current and Development Budget and Expenditure

Federal Government of Pakistan For Fiscal-Year: 2021-22.

The original budget planned at the start of the fiscal year. The execution of the budget during the fiscal year through a robust system that is SAP ERP
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The Controller General of Accounts (CGA) (Urdu: حسابدارِ اعلٰی حسابات پاکستان‎) is the premier accounting office of the Government of Pakistan. The Office is entrusted with the task of producing accurate and timely financial statements for the federation. It was formed under an ordinance issued in 2001. The Office achieves task through dedicated human resources, immense investment in infrastructure and strict quality control checks by the Senior Officers. It is also responsible for disbursing government money in form of payments of salaries and allowances to government servants and payments to contractors. All these transactions and any other transactions by Government of Pakistan, are captured in the SAP ERP and then the information is used to generate monthly, quarterly and yearly financials. The Controller General of Accounts is appointed by the President from amongst the officers of the Accounts Group and shall hold a civil service rank of BPS 22.

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The office of the Director General MIS/FABS, working under the Controller General of Accounts(CGA), is responsible for smooth functioning of the SAP-based Financial Accounting & Budgeting System(FABS), which is an Integrated Financial Management Information System(IFMIS) being run at government offices at federal, provincial and district level. FABS was initiated and established under Government of Pakistan and World Bank-funded Project to Improve Financial Reporting & Auditing(PIFRA). PIFRA was implemented at federal, provincial and district levels of the government in three phases between 1996-2014. After closure of PIFRA on 31.12.2014, its FABS component was mainstreamed into the o/o DG MIS/FABS on 01.01.2015. Essentially, FABS comprises of the New Accounting Model(NAM), and a SAP-ERP-based Information Technology platform. The New Accounting Model(NAM) was introduced in year 2000, through approval by the Auditor General of Pakistan, to improve the traditional government accounting system by bringing-in a shift towards modified cash-basis of accounting, double-entry book-keeping, commitment accounting, fixed asset accounting and a new multi-dimensional Chart of Accounts. A key objective of FABS (i.e. NAM, along with the SAP-based IT platform) was to help produce timely, relevant, accurate, reliable and comprehensive financial reports for the decision makers to enable effective accountability and better financial governance. Objectives of FABS include effective budgetary management, financial control, cash forecasting, trend analyses, fiscal administration and debt management.

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