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Democracy and Governance | Anti-corruption | Economic Growth and Trade | Public Financial Management
Latin America and the Caribbean

Integrated Financial Management System Project

Project Dates: September 2014 - July 2019
A dependable network infrastructure in Haiti would mean more reliable financial management and a more transparent government.

An efficient network infrastructure is integral to helping a government operate smoothly. The USAID Integrated Financial Management System (IFMS) project supported the Haitian government to restore and expand the country’s IFSM-related network infrastructure. IFMS set up the hardware and software systems and also trains government ministries in these systems to increase their efficiency. The project’s activities included improving the way that ministries collect revenues, submit budget requests, conduct audits, and deliver public services overall. With this upgraded system, ministries find it easier to share data and, as a result, the Haitian government has become more financially efficient, transparent, and accountable.


trained government staff


servers installed


data-exchange transactions in project's final quarter

Project Goals

  • Align government business processes and technology usage
  • Support the country’s network infrastructure and manage the expansion of that network
  • Collaborate with government ministries as well as independent oversight agencies to ensure the best performance of financial systems