Operating Treasury Single Account in Public Services: The Challenges and Prospects in Nigeria

Talabi, A. O., Adekanmbi, J. A., omula, G. O.

Abstract


The introduction of Treasury Single Account (TSA) does not take place in vacuum. It hangs on the economic reform programme and the needs to control government cash balances, promotion of transparency in governance and accountability in public sector. This paper highlighted the operation of TSA in public services. It emphasized on the challenges and prospects of TSA in government sector. However, the rationales for the operation of TSA were over view with more emphasized on its benefits in public services which flow from its objectives to include improvement of  appropriation control (i e control over budget allocation). In conclusion, the paper did an analysis on the prospects of TSA, including how it can be helpful in term of economic development and the recommendations were made to include effective implementation of TSA requires a well developed financial system, adequate technological infrastructure and sophisticated banking system.

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