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					CURRICULUM VITAE FOR REVOCATUS SANGU TYPE OF EXPERTISE: Category: 1. Family name: 2. First names: 3. Date of birth: 4. Nationality: 5. Education:
Institution, [ Date from - Date to ] University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 1986 Dublin City University, Ireland 1987 Dublin City University, Ireland 1989 Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained: B.Comm (Hons) Accounting Diploma Professional Accounting MA Financial Control

Public Finance Management

Sangu Revocatus 1958 Tanzanian

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Language skills: Indicate competence on a scale of 1 to 5 (1 - excellent; 5 - basic) Language
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7. Membership of professional bodies: Accountants (FCCA) UK 8. Other skills: Trainer

Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified

9. Present position: Consultant, DEGE Consult 10. Years within the firm: 11. Key qualifications: Mr Revocatus Sangu’s has over 20 years experience of working in public sector finance, government budgeting and disbursement systems and the development of Financial Management Systems including budget formulation, introduction of performance budget, set-up of Common Budget Classification Systems and Public expenditure reviews (PER). He has worked on a wide range of assignments both in the public (local and central governments) and private sectors in Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Lesotho, Zambia, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Ghana, Uganda, Rwanda and Ireland. He has completed an assignment in Lesotho for the Ministry of Public Works and Transport his responsibilities included among others Reviewing existing Financial Management and Budgeting; Carrying out a financial analysis of each district council’s operations in relation to roads taking into account the expected budgetary allocations. He was also assigned as a short-term budget advisor with the Ministry of Finance in Afghanistan. He has also experience of working in Sudan where in 2006 he was a member of a team that conducted a capacity assessment of selected localities in northern Sudan. Previously he has worked as a lecturer in accounting and finance at the University of Dar es Salaam, as a consultant with Coopers & Lybrand, Tanzania; and KPMG Ireland as auditor and accountant where he gained experience in financial review and analysis. 3

12. Professional experience Date Location Company& reference person1 (name & contact details)
SMEC

Position

Description

2009

Lesotho

Financial Management Specialist

Ministry of Public Works and Transport (Jan-March 2009) Responsibilities included among others the following: Reviewing existing Financial Management and Budgeting System to take account of objectives of Roads Directorate;; Carrying out a financial analysis of each district council’s operations in relation to roads taking into account the expected budgetary allocations from the Roads Fund and the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning; Developing annual budget for each district for 5 years. Developing guidelines for the preparation of Operational plans and budgets for District Councils

2008

Tanzania

Prime Consult International Limited

Team Leader

President’s Office – Planning Commission: Procurement Audit of Private Sector Competitiveness Project (PSCP), World Bank funded – 2008 Led a team that carried out procurement and value for money audit of the Private Sector Competitiveness Project (PSCP). The objective of this assignment was to provide an independent audit opinion on procurement, contracting and implementation processes which have been followed for contracts financed by the PSCP. The audit covered two main components of the project: a business environment reform component which is coordinated by the Better Regulation Unit (BRU) and a component for Enterprise Development which is implemented by the Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF).

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11/2005 – 12/2005

Tanzania

PWC

Local Government Finance Expert

Danida - Assessment of Financial Capacity in four urban councils (Tanga, Moshi, Iringa and Morogoro): Recently undertook assignment to assess the financial and procurement capacity of four municipalities, with a view to give suggestions on whether and how to integrate project accounts in the municipalities’ financial management system. Local Government Support Programme (LGSP)-Assessment of Local Government Authorities (LGA) Member of a team that carried out an assessment of the implementation capacity including procurement of a selected number of local government authorities (LGAs) to enable the government to decide on which ones should form the first batch to inaugurate the incentives, formula-based development grants under the LGSP. DANIDA- Agricultural Sector Programme Support (ASPS) – Financial Management Assistance. Designed funds disbursement mechanism and tailored the chart of accounts to enable Danida to channel funds for agricultural development to the districts through the government financial management system. Assessing the present funding modality for rehabilitation of primary health care facilities – 2008-reassessing the present modality of supporting rehabilitation and maintenance of primary health care facilities through the Joint Rehabilitation Fund (JRF) of the District Health Infrastructure Rehabilitation Component (DIHRC), in the light of other national funding modalities systems such as the Local Government Capital Development Grant (LGCDG). Activities performed included Undertaking the assessment and identifying areas for improvement and provided recommendations

6/20048/2004

Tanzania

PWC

Local Government Finance Expert

7/2004

Tanzania

PWC

Team Leader

11/20074/2008

Tanzania

Dege Consult

Financial management specialist

5/2007

Kenya and Tanzania

Impact Consulting (Finland)

Local Consultant

Mid Term Review (MTR) of the North South Local Government co-operation programme of the Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities (AFLRA) -

Contracted by Impact Consulting Finland to undertake MTR for this programme. The objective of the second mid-term review is 1) to review the progress against the original programme aims and objectives 2) to assess the feasibility and to make recommendations regarding the continuation and possible expansion of the Programme 3) to asses how the recommendations and conclusions of the first MTR,

6/20072009

Tanzania

Dege Consult

Team Leader

Ministry of Health – Tanzania – Training of District Health Accountants (2007)- Team Leader; Responsibilities included undertaking an analysis, design and conduct training to council health basket fund accountants. The objective is to enhance transparent and correct accounting in the Councils and thereby reduce the number of districts getting audit reports in which the auditor disclaim the account.

2007

Tanzania

Kilimanjaro International Procurement Auditor Leonard Chacha Email: leonard.chacha@innovexd c.com

Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA)/USAID: Public Procurement Audit The purpose of this audit is to:  Assist the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) in carrying out procurement, contract and performance audits for all procurements for the 2005/ 2006 financial year.  Determine whether the procedures, processes and documentations for procurement and contracting by tender were/are in accordance with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act (PPA) 2004, its regulations and the standard documents prepared by PPRA.  Ensure that procurement carried out achieved the expected economy and efficiency and the implementation of contracts conforms to the terms there of.

Nov – Dec 2006

Zambia

GTZ – Zambia Contact: Hans Helmrich hans.helmrich@gtz.de

Local Government Finance Specialist

2006

Sudan

2006

Rwanda

World Bank Contact: Omer Mohamed A. Email: nazarcare@yahoo.com UNDP/IMCL Contact: Chris Rowe Email: chris.rowe@wyginternati onal.com

Sub-team leader

Budget Consultant

20042005

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Ministry of Finance Contact: John Whiteman Email: johnwhiteman@hotmail.c om

Short-term Budget Advisor

Joint Support and Financing Aspects of the Decentralisation Implementation Plan Analyses of lessons learned from other Joint Financial and Technical Support (SWAPs/basket) arrangements. Assessment of the various modalities for donor collaboration. Assessment of existing financial management and procurement arrangements in GRZ and among CPs and recommendations on enhancing the operationalisation of proposed financial and technical support (SWAPs/ basket) arrangements. Develop possible scenarios for financing modalities and providing technical assistance for supporting decentralization implementation. Preparation of Draft MoU. Assessment of Localities Compliance with Minimum Qualifying Criteria and Identification of their Capacity Needs in Northern Sudan Conducting a capacity assessment of selected localities in northern Sudan. The assessment included providing recommendations in building capacity on procurement function. Rwandan Budget: Recurrent and Development Budget Sub-contracted by IMCL to provide support to an Integrated budget format for 2007-2009; to prepare user guidelines; to design training packages; and provide technical assistance to counterparts assigned. Roles included examining how government block transfers to the decentralized entities and other extra-budget funds can be captured in the economic classification of expenditures for better reporting purposes Ministry of Finance (2005) Undertaking a systematic review of selected sectoral policies, programmes and output statements; review past sectoral expenditures; align sectoral policies, programmes and outputs with past expenditures; determine appropriate expenditure levels for the budget to achieve sectoral policies, programmes and outputs; forecast expenditure levels required to achieve sectoral policies, programmes and outputs over the medium term.

2003

Tanzania

Dennis Biseko Public Sector Management Specialist The World Bank Country Office Tanzania

Financial Management Specialist

Tanzania - Ministry of Works – Public Expenditure Review - 2003 Member of a multi disciplinary team that provided the Ministry of Works with a review of the allocation of funds to measure a locative efficiency, topping up of expenditure to priority areas within the Roads Sector. We are also using cost benchmarks to measure efficiency in the utilisation of funds for new construction, emergency and periodic maintenance. Local Government Support Programme (LGSP)- Capital Grants and Capacity Building Programme Member of a multi-disciplinary team which undertook the design of the above programme. The main objectives of the LGSP are: (i) to improve the access of the communities especially the poor, to local services through expanding the physical stock of new and rehabilitated local infrastructure, (ii) to enhance the delivery and management capabilities, productive efficiencies and financial sustainability of local government. Specific responsibilities include assessing the Local Authorities to determine their eligibility to the programme and identifying capacity building requirements USAID/Uganda- Management assessment of The AIDS Support Organisation (TASO) and the AIDS Information Centre (AIC) (2002) Member of the team involved in undertaking a management assessment of TASO and AIC. The assessment was in the areas of programme management, procurement and accounting systems, budget training, and preparation of funding proposals based on the new strategic plans for the two organisations. USAID – Strengthening financial management and contracting systems of RCHS Lead a team undertaking a study to review, and recommend improvements to the financial management, procurement and contracting systems of the Reproductive and Child Health Section of the Ministry of Health. The assignment included training of the finance and non finance staff in implementation of the improved computerised financial management system.

1/200311/2003

Tanzania

PWC

Local Government Finance Expert

8/200211/2002

Uganda

PWC

Financial Management Specialist and Trainer

6/200112/2001

Tanzania

PWC

Team Leader and Trainer

7/2000

Ethiopia

PWC

Financial Management Specialist

EU – Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Integrated Financial Management System (IFMS) for the Federal Government of Ethiopia (2000) Prepared a cost-benefit analysis of the proposed IFMS project which was to be used by the EU and FGE in their evaluation of the project and decisions on moving the project forward. National Institute For Renewal Programme (NIRP)- Ghana Led a team responsible for the review and design of financial management system for this project which is formed by the government of Ghana to give strategic direction to the reform activities within the Public Sector. Responsibilities included preparation of action plans for implementing the recommendations in line with IDA requirements Ministry of Finance –Rwanda 1998:Led a team to study the non-fiscal revenues in Rwanda. The aim of the study was to recommend improvements to the collection system and identify new sources of revenues. Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV) - Co-operative College:Carried out financial system reviews of the Co-operative College to determine its strengths, weaknesses and recommend improvements. EU -Coffee Management Unit - Audit of Tanzania Coffee Boards (TCB) debts:Team Leader of a team responsible for verification of TCB's debts which had been caused by supply of inputs to coffee farmers. The assignment also included analysing the input facility operated by TCB and advising on prospects of reaching repayment agreements between TCB and its creditors. IDRC - Essential Health Interventions Project (EHIP) Tanzania: Led a team responsible for the design of a cost tracking system for EHIP (Tanzania). The objective of the cost system was to assemble costs relevant to each health service to facilitate informed planning and decision making. NORAD - Financial Review and Audit:Performed an external audit and review of Rukwa Region Integrated Development Project (RUDEP) for year 1994/95. The assignment involved the review of RUDEP budget and recommending improvements.

4/19986/1998

Ghana

PWC

Team Leader

1/199831998 8/1997

Rwanda

PWC

Team Leader

Tanzania

PWC

Financial Management Specialist Team Leader

9/199710/1997

Tanzania

PWC

1/19978/1997

Tanzania

PWC

Team Leader

5/19967/1996

Tanzania

PWC

Team Leader

11/19951/1995

Tanzania

PWC

Team Leader

5/1994 10/1994

Tanzania

PWC

Team Leader

NORAD - Financial Review:Performed a financial review of Kigoma Region Integrated Development Project (KIDEP) funded by Norwegian Government. The review was aimed at identifying weaknesses and recommending improvement to the financial system. EU - Payment of Price Compensation to Coffee Farmers under STABEX 19911992:Member of a team responsible for verification of payment lists, preparation of fund transfers, supervision of payments and closing of accounts. Also responsible for the managing of inputs in Lake Zone which included four regions. EU - Payment of Price Compensation to Coffee Farmers under STABEX 1990 – 1991:Designed the verification and reconciliation procedures for the payment lists. Also responsible for managing inputs in Kagera region and preparation of final accounts.

5/199311/1993

Tanzania

PWC

Team Leader

13. Other relevant information (e.g., Publication)


				
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