Inside The Budget Office of the Federation
The Budget Office of the Federation was established to provide budget function, implement budget and fiscal policies of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
The Budget Office is structured into six departments - six operational departments and seven units. The departments are Revenue/Fiscal Policy, Expenditure Social, Expenditure Economics, Budget Monitoring and Evaluation, Human Resources Management, Finance and Accounts. The Units are ICT, ACTU, Procurement, Legal, Stock Verification, Internal Audit and Servicom.
Working to Achieve Our National Aspirations
Honourable Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning Presented the 2023 Approved FGN Budget
The Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Mrs. (Dr.) Zainab Shamsuna Ahmed, explained that the 2023 Budget of Fiscal Consolidation & Transition is expected to maintain fiscal viability and ensure smooth transition to the incoming Administration.
On January 3rd, 2023 (1st work day of the year) Mr. President signed the 2023 Appropriation Act, thereby sustaining the restoration of a predictable January to December budget cycle for the fourth consecutive year.
To Provide Efficient and Qualitative Budget Functions to Nigeria.
Document containing a breakdown of allocations for each spending category as well as final expenditures.
The NDP is a National development plan developed by President Muhammadu Buhari's Administration for the period 2017 to 2020.
The MTEF is a three-year planning tool that defines the government’s economic, social, and development objectives and priorities.
A budget planning forum where key MDAs' capital and recurring expenditure requirements are planned over a three-year period.
An organization of reformers inside and outside of government working to transform how government serves its citizens.
The quarterly and annual budget performance analysis of the various performing sectors is shown in the budget implementation report.