This page gives you direct access to all the resources – web pages and downloadable files – available in the County Governance Toolkit.
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Draft policy on asset and liability management in the public sector. The National Treasury and Planning. March 2020
These policy guidelines on asset and liability management seek to standardise management, accounting and reporting on assets and liabilities across the public sector. The policy will guide the entities in compilation of asset registers at entity levels for consolidation, which will inform the formation of a central repository/… read moreOther Resources (**)
The overall objective of the public procurement and asset disposal policy is to achieve a standard public procurement and asset disposal system that is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive, sustainable and cost effective. The National Public Procurement Policy framework spells out guidelines to govern Public Procurement… read moreOther Resources (**)
An act of Parliament to give effect to Article 227 of the Constitution; to provide procedures for efficient public procurement and for assets disposal by public entities; and for connected purposes.Laws and Regulations
Reporting requirements and procurement planning. Public Procurement Oversight Authority (PPOA). Circular 4/2009
Circular issued bu the Public Procurement Oversight Authority (PPOA) setting out the public procurement planning and reporting requirements for all public procuring entities.Guidelines and Tools (*)
Guidelines for Implementation of the Medium-Term Budget for Financial Year 2019/20. National Treasury Circular 7/2019
The circular issued by the National Treasury as per the Public Finance Management Act, 2012, provides guidance for the implementation of the medium-term budget for the financial year 2019/20. The circular applies to all ministries, departments and agencies (MDA), the Judiciary, the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC),… read moreGuidelines and Tools (*)
Cross-cutting issues are topics that are identified as important and that affect and cut across most or all aspects of development. These topics should therefore be integrated and mainstreamed throughout all stages of development from policy design, to implementation, evaluation and learning. To mainstream an issue means to… read moreToolkit Page
This information relates to ways that a mentoring approach to capacity development can be useful in supporting county government officials perform some of their key tasks around the Public Expenditure Management (PEM) cycle, which is the cycle of policy making, planning, budgeting, implementation, monitoring, reporting and… read moreToolkit Page
Besides the County Government, many actors are involved in county governance and service delivery processes. The Constitution of Kenya and other legislation defines the actors and their respective roles. Explore the links below to find out more about the roles of each actor.Toolkit Page
Capacity Development (also referred to as ‘capacity building’) can be defined as the process where individuals, organisations and societies obtain and strengthen the capabilities to set and achieve their own objectives over time. It is a continual process, important for the growth and development of individuals, organisations… read moreToolkit Page
The Summit is the apex body for intergovernmental relations as established in the Intergovernmental Relations Act of 2012 (Art. 7). The Constitution of Kenya establishes the two level of government the National and County as “distinct and inter-dependent” and states that they should engage with each other on the basis of… read moreToolkit Page