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FreeBalance Sharing Good Practices at International Public Financial Management Conference
Conference to Explore Trust and Accountability in Public Financial Management
Ottawa, Canada (March 15, 2011) – FreeBalance, a global Government Resource Planning (GRP) software company, announced that it is participating in the first annual conference on Trust and Accountability in Public Financial Management, March 15-17 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, UK. To learn more about FreeBalance and its GRP solutions, attend the “Implementing Integrated Financial Management Information Systems (IFMIS) - Lessons Learned and Value Added in the Developing World” panel on Tuesday, March 15 at 13:40, or visit the FreeBalance booth in the exhibitor area.
"FreeBalance is pleased to have been invited to participate in the first annual conference on trust and accountability in public financial management," said Manuel Pietra, President & CEO at FreeBalance. "Our mission as a company is to help countries around the world leverage technology to support economic growth and development through transparent and accountable financial systems. The FreeBalance Accountability Suite is designed specifically for PFM and covers the entire budget cycle including financial and human resources transparency to improve governance and trust."
Other speakers at the conference include:
FreeBalance customers span the globe and the user community includes public financial management professionals in 18 countries, including Afghanistan, Canada, Iraq, Kosovo, Liberia, Mongolia, Namibia, Pakistan, Sierra Leone, Southern Sudan, Timor-Leste, and Uganda among others. FreeBalance operates in 15 customer time zones. FreeBalance has more than 60,000 users around the world. FreeBalance software manages a global civil service workforce of 1,500,000, and also manages a quarter trillion ($US) annual budgets worldwide.