TERMS OF REFERENCE AND SCOPE OF SERVICES FOR THE RESOURCE ENHANCEMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAMME (REAP)
The Government of Uganda (GoU) has, since the early 1990s, been pursuing strategic
reforms in Public Financial Management (PFM) systems aimed at supporting Government’s
goal of poverty eradication through the achievement of good governance, sustainable growth
targets and a stable macroeconomic environment as reflected in the National Development
Plan and Vision 2040.
Government is implementing the Resource Enhancement and Accountability Programme
(REAP) as the prime framework for implementation of Public Financial Management (PFM)
Reform Strategy (2018-2023). The overall objective of the REAP is to enhance resource
mobilization, improve planning and public investment management, and strengthen
accountability for quality, efficient and effective service delivery.
The programme is jointly funded by the Government of Uganda and multi-donor basket
funding arrangement agreed under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). A Public
Expenditure Management Committee (PEMCOM) provides policy guidance to the reform
efforts coordinated around the Clusters.
Implementation of REAP involves a significant coordination and programme management
effort at all levels. This requirement continues to be met through services of contract staff
supporting the Government Task Manager.
Government wishes to engage the services of :
I). Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist (1)
II). Procurement Officer. (1)