Department of Debt Management 2017-06-27T10:27:25+00:00

The Department of Debt Management performs its function as an executive body unit of the General Department of International Cooperation and Debt Management in the area of public debt management, with the following duties:

  • Prepare and monitor implementation of strategic documents and legal standards related to public debt management;
  • Conduct debt sustainability analysis, debt portfolio analysis, grant elements and relevant debt risks including contingent liabilities that may arise from the implementation of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects;
  • Manage and monitor relevant debt risks, including contingent liabilities that may arise from the implementation of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects;
  • Prepare standard operating procedures (SOPs) for public debt management and debt management performance assessment (DeMPA);
  • Manage reserve fund account (Contingency Fund) to prepare for public debt settlement that may arise from contingent liabilities;
  • Deal with sovereign bond management;
  • Conduct internal audit of operation of public debt management as well as lead the monitoring and validation of debt data and other relevant data;
  • Prepare and publish public debt statistical bulletins and relevant reports;
  • Participate in preparatory process of public investment program, draft of annual financial law, adjustment law, and budget settlement law;
  • Make public domestic and external debt service payment as well as collection of debt service revenue from debtors under the framework of lending and on-lending;
  • Record debt data and other relevant data in Debt Management and Financial Analysis System (DMFAS);
  • Manage the project on strengthening public debt management;
  • Manage Debt Management and Financial Analysis System (DMFAS);
  • Engage in preparing and updating website of the general department;
  • Perform other work assigned by the management of the ministry;

The Department of Debt Management has 3 subordinate offices, as follows:

1. Office of Debt Analysis;

The Office of Debt Analysis has the following duties:

  • Prepare and monitor implementation of strategic documents and legal standards related to public debt management;
  • Conduct debt sustainability analysis, debt portfolio analysis, grant elements and relevant debt risks including contingent liabilities that may arise from the implementation of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects;
  • Manage and monitor contingent liabilities;
  • Manage reserve fund account (Contingency Fund) to prepare for public debt settlement that may arise from contingent liabilities;
  • Manage sovereign bonds;
  • Prepare standard operating procedures (SOPs) for public debt management and debt management performance assessment (DeMPA);
  • Conduct internal audit of operation of public debt management;
  • Monitor and validate debt data and other relevant data;
  • Prepare and publish public debt statistical bulletins and relevant reports;
  • Participate in preparatory process of public investment program, draft of annual financial law, adjustment law, and budget settlement law;

2. Office of Debt Servicing;

The Office of Debt Servicing has the following duties:

  • Make public domestic and external debt service payment;
  • Collect debt service revenue from debtors under the framework of lending and on-lending;
  • Record debt data and other relevant data in Debt Management and Financial Analysis System (DMFAS);

3. Office of Administration and Information Technology;

The Office of Administration and Information Technology has the following duties:

  • Act as a one-stop service center for documents related to department work;
  • Manage attendance of civil servants of the department;
  • Manage data and documents of the department;
  • Manage preparation, installation and maintenance of Debt Management and Financial Analysis System (DMFAS);
  • Engage in implementation of work related to public Financial Management Information System (FMIS) of the department;
  • Manage accounting records for the project on strengthening public debt management;
  • Participate in preparing and updating website of the general department;
  • Sum up work results and prepare a work report of the department on a regular basis;

Reference: Prakas No. 666 MEF.P dated 08 June 2016 on the Organization and Functioning of departments and units under the supervision of the General Department of International Cooperation and Debt Management of the Ministry of Economy and Finance