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Liberia’s Comptroller and Accountant General Calls for a Robust County Treasury Office; Says it’s Key for Service Delivery

Monrovia, Liberia - The Comptroller and Accountant General of Liberia, Hon Elwood T. Nettey says robust County Treasury Offices (CTOs) are key for service delivery across the fifteen counties.
He made the statement during a three-day County Treasury Assessment Tour across Grand Bassa, Margibi, Nimba and Bong counties from June 5 - 7, 2024.
The assessment tour was intended to provide deep insight about the County Treasury Offices, facilitate the process of solving problems and building staff capacity in service delivery procedures and implementation.
The tour also assessed Management Information System, Information Technology, and Infrastructure of the CTOs.
According to Hon. Nettey, the assessment tour sought to address challenges faced by County Treasury Offices that lack the capacity to fully operate in support of the decentralization process, sounding the need for improvement.
He wants the participation of the counties to realize increased service delivery.
“Delivering services at the county level will enhance growth and development for citizens who live and reside at different locations within the county,” he asserted.
He reaffirmed the government's commitment to address those challenges confronting all County Treasury Offices across the fifteen counties in order to deliver better services to the common people who aren’t able to come to Monrovia.
The County Treasury framework assessment is directly under the supervision of the Comptroller and Accountant General Department of the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning with support from the Fiscal Decentralization Unit.
The three days assessment tour was led by Hon. Elwood T. Nettey, and the Director of Fiscal Decentralization, Dr. Romeo D.N. Gbartea, amongst others.

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