The responsibility of the Directorate of Public Financing is to ensure an efficient programming, use and control of the means of financing to be obtained through public financing operations. The Directorate of Public Financing’s staff is professionally prepared to negotiate and manage the necessary complementary financing, in the domestic and international market, for the execution of the General State Budget; always complying with the debt limits established in the Law of Fiscal Social Responsibility.
The staff of the Directorate of Public Financing employs international best practices regarding development, analysis and publication of financial information. It also uses specialized tools for data management on economic and financial statistics that help prevent human error. As an example we can mention the IMF Guide for External Debt Statistics and the Debt Management and Financial Analysis System (DMFAS).
In addition, it has its own management manuals (Ministry of Economy and Finance), which allows to facilitate the execution of roles of the different dependencies that comprise the Directorate of Public Financing, such as the Service Portfolio of the Directorate of Public Financing and the Budget Classification Manual of Public Expenditure.
In this section we present the most relevant manuals that are used and serve as a guide, to ensure performance and information quality.