The Office of the Controller of Budget (OCOB) is an independent office established under Article 228 of the Constitution of Kenya with the core mandate being to oversee implementation of the budgets of the National and County Governments by authorizing withdrawal from public funds.
Resources | Controller of Budget, Kenya (West Pokot) | English | 2014 The Public Finance Management Act 2012, Section 118 requires every countygovernment to prepare a county budget review and outlook paper (CBROP)
Resources | Controller of Budget, Kenya (All/General) | English | 2013 Despite the global economic crisis and domestic challenges, the 2012/2013 budget was conceived to safeguard the domestic economy from the negative impact of the global economic crisis and translate the developmental plans of the government unveiled in the Vision 2030 and the Medium Term Plan (MTP) into tangible actions
Resources | Controller of Budget, Kenya (All/General) | English | 2012 The financial year 2011/2012 Budget focuses on enhancing the efficiency of government expenditure in view of critical resource limitations and ensuring macroeconomic stability
Resources | Controller of Budget, Kenya (All/General) | English | 2014 The first quarter of the financial year 2013/2014 recorded low absorption of funds, mainly attributed to MDAs re-organization that saw the number of Ministries reduced from forty two to eighteen