Annual Report: Departments prepare their annual reports (financial and non-financial) for direct submission to the Auditor-General within three months of the end of the financial year. Consolidated county reports are submitted to County Assembly, Auditor General and Controller of Budget within four months of the end of the financial year. The progress made in the previous fiscal year (both achievements and challenges in the implementation) is the starting point for the implementation in the current year and the planning/budgeting for the following fiscal year.
Upstream: Quarterly Reports
Downstream: Performance management, Accountability, ADP, CBROP, Sector Report, CFSP
Guided by County Finance and Economic Planning, departments prepare annual financial and non-financial reports for individual draft submission to the Auditor-General within three months of the end of the financial year. These reports are further consolidated by County Finance and Economic Planning for review and approval by the County Executive Committee and final submission to the County Assembly, Auditor-General and Controller of Budget within four months of the end of the financial year.
These annual reports, also known as annual progress reports, are a final summation of the quarterly reports prepared during the year. They generally provide details on (a) a strategic review of the past year (in light of the five-year CIDP intent) (b) a more specific programmatic and project review of the past year and (c) a tentative outlook on prospects for the coming year.
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Laws and Regulations
County Government Act, 2012, Art. 30 (j)