Directorates

Treasury Directorates

Directorate of Public Debt Management

The Directorate is headed by a Director General, reporting to the Principal Secretary. It is organized into the following three (3) Technical Departments each headed by a Director:

  1. Resource Mobilization (Front Office),
  2. Debt Policy, Strategy and Risk Management (Middle Office)
  3. Debt Recording and Settlement (Back Office)

For more information on the Directorate, kindly visit Public Debt Management Page.

Directorate of Accounting Services and Quality Assuarance

The Directorate headed by a Director General, Accounting Services and Quality Assurance reporting to the Principal Secretary, National Treasury. It is organized into the following four (4) Technical Departments each headed by a
Director:

  1. Government Accounting Services;
  2. Internal Audit Department;
  3. Financial Management Information Services (IFMIS)
  4. National Sub-County Treasuries.

For more information on the Directorate, kindly visit:-Directorate of Accounting Services and Quality Assurance page

Directorate of Administrative and Support Services

The Directorate is headed by a Principal Administrative Secretary, reporting to the Principal Secretary. It is organized into thirteen (13) specialized functions offering common shared services. The common shared services of the National Treasury consist of functions that are not core to the National Treasury but offer critical support services to the National Treasury.

The functions include:

  1. Accounting,
  2. Finance,
  3. Human Resource Management,
  4. Human Resource Development,
  5. Central Planning and Project Monitoring,
  6. Supply Chain Management,
  7. Legal,
  8. Public Relations,
  9. General Administration,
  10. Records Management;
  11. Internal Audit;
  12. Information Communication and Technology Unit
  13. Public Communications

Directorate of Public Investment and Portfolio Management

The Directorate is headed by a Director General, reporting to the Principal Secretary. It is organized into the following three (3) Technical Departments each headed by a Director:

  1. Government Investment and Public Enterprises.
  2. National Assets and Liabilities Management;
  3. Pensions Department
  4. Public Investment Management Unit (PIM)

For more information on the Directorate, kindly visit:- Public Investment and Portfolio Management page

Directorate of Budget, Fiscal and Economic Affairs

The Directorate headed by a Director General, reporting to the Principal Secretary, National Treasury. It organized into the following five (5) Technical Departments each headed by a Director:

  1. Budget Department;
  2. Macro and Fiscal Affairs Department
  3. Financial and Sectoral Affairs Department;
  4. Inter-Governmental Fiscal Relations
  5. Public Procurement Department.

The functions of the Directorate are to:

  • Formulate, implement and monitor macro-economic, fiscal and financial policies and regulations;
  • Prepare annual Division of Revenue Bill and County Allocation of Revenue Bill; Coordinate financial and fiscal relations between the national and county governments;
  • Analyse, monitor and evaluate bilateral and multilateral economic and financial affairs;
  • Coordinate the preparation of the macro-fiscal framework to guide preparation and implementation of the budget;
  • Assist county governments to develop their capacity for efficient, effective and transparent financial management;
  • Formulate Competition and financial markets policies and regulations;
  • Coordinate the implementation of Anti-Money laundering policies;
  • Develop and operationalize policies to position Kenya as an International Financial Centre;
  • Undertake National employment policy management;
  • Develop policy and regulate carbon financing and trading;
  • Assist county governments to develop their capacity for efficient, effective and transparent financial management in consultation with Cabinet Secretary, Devolution and Planning;
  • Promote transparency, effective management and accountability with regard to public finances in the Public Service;
  • Issue guidelines to national government entities with respect to financial matters and monitoring their implementation and compliance;
  • Management of procurement and disposal of assets;
  • Formulate procurement standards and policies and oversee their implementation;
  • Coordinate preparation of budget for the national government;
  • Undertake research to inform policy development.

For more information on the Directorate, kindly visit:- Directorate of Budget, Fiscal and Economic Affairs page

Directorate of Public Private Partnerships

The Public Private Partnerships (PPP) Directorate is established under section 15 of the PPP Act of 2021 and is domiciled at the National Treasury. The Directorate, which is headed by a Director – General, is the technical arm of the PPP Committee and is mandated to facilitate implementation of the Public Private Partnership Programme and Projects in Kenya. The PPP Directorate’s functions include:

  • Originating, guiding and coordinating the selection, ranking and prioritization of public private partnership projects within the public budget framework;
  • Overseeing project appraisal and development activities of contracting authorities including providing technical expertise in the implementation of projects under the PPP Act 2021;
  • Leading contracting authorities in project structuring, procurement, tender evaluation, contract negotiation and deal closure;
  • On its own motion, originating and leading in project structuring and procurement, in liaison with a contracting authority;
  • Supporting the development of public private partnership programmes in the country;
  • Overseeing contract management frameworks for projects under the PPP Act 2021;

 

For more information on the Directorate and the PPP Programme in Kenya, please visit the Public Private Partnerships website through the following  link….

http://www.pppunit.go.ke/

 

Download the establishing legislation for the PPP Directorate here below:-

Public Private Partnership (PPP) Act, 2013

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