IPSIS system will improve policy planning and coordination, as well as linkages of public policies system with public finance system (AFMIS) and foreign aid system EAMIS.

The added values of the IPSIS system relies on providing overall monitoring of policy implementation, in real time, based on KPIs as primarily source for tracking performance.

The Development and Good Governance Department in the Prime Minister Office has led the process for analyzing and diagnosing the actual situation related to KPIs as IPSIS data.

The Department has initiated the process for finalizing the Comprehensive Needs Assessment (CNA) – as a systemic assessment of the data that IPSIS uses as primarily sources. The focus was to understand the level of current institutional capacities for strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation of key performance indicators, etc, in Line Ministries and Local Government Units.

The National Systemic Data Plan 2027 represents a tool that addresses the needs and gaps highlights by the CAN, in order to achieve IPSIS population with quality data, primarily KPSs.

In this context a webinar on “Challenges for ensuring IPSIS Usability” with the Thematic group “Policymaking” was organized by Department for Development and Good Governance of the Prime Minister’s Office of Albania with the support of World Bank Office in Tirana on 29 June 2020.

The meeting presented and discussed main finding of the Comprehensive Analysis and through consulting the National Systemic Data Plan 2027. The thematic group meeting  was chaired Mrs, Oriana Arapi from DDGG at PMO with participation of Line Ministries and Local Government representatives from all over Albania.  The meeting was greeted by Deputy Minister of Interior, Mrs. Romina Kuko who highlighted the importance of the quality data and coordination among actors. The meeting followed with presentation of findings form the surveys prepared by DDGG and completed by stakeholders through IPS website.