The Alignment principle requires that Development Partners align their support firmly behind the priorities outlined in developing countries’ national development strategies. To the maximum extent possible, they must use local institutions and procedures for managing aid in order to build sustainable institutions at the country level. In Paris in 2005, Development Partners committed to make more use of developing countries’ procedures for public financial management, accounting, auditing, procurement and monitoring. To this end it is expected that all Ministries, Departments and Agencies with projects that are externally financed should use the GoK-recommended electronic Project Management Information System (e-ProMIS) in budgeting and financial reporting for external resources. Notably also the Procurement and Disposal Act 2005 is currently being amended to address challenges that exist in the procurement process in GoK. Absorptive capacity of external resources by line Ministries remains a major challenge and measures are being put in place to improve absorptive capacity. 

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