Fourth, the draft budget is also intended to achieve spending efficiency and encourage results-based budgeting.
Fifth, to improve the effectiveness of the Social Safety Net program, through subsidies reform and social assistance that are more effective and targeted.
Sixth, strengthen spending flexibility to anticipate economic uncertainties.
Seventh, increase synergies and harmonization between spending by the central government and regional administrations, especially in access and quality of public services.
Eight, to improve the quality of regional transfer funds management so it can be better targeted, more measurable, accountable, and transparent to accelerate economic transformation and improve people’s welfare. (rr)