Networks and partnerships
In order to operate effectively, GTAC draws on the expertise and support of external partners for technical services in areas such as public finance management, public policy, infrastructure finance, organisational development and project management. To this end, GTAC has built an extensive network of partners in a variety of spheres, some of whom are listed below:
The National Treasury is responsible for the management of South Africa’s national government finances. The Treasury supports efficient and sustainable public financial management which in turn promotes economic development, good governance, social progress and a rising standard of living for all South Africans.
The mission of the Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation is to facilitate, influence and support effective planning, monitoring and evaluation of government programmes aimed at improving service delivery, outcomes and the impact on society.
The core focus of the Department is on the implementation of the National Development Plan (NDP) 2030 using the Medium-Term Strategic Framework (MTSF) as an implementation and monitoring tool. Using the MTSF, the DPME periodically evaluates critical government programmes to determine their efficiency and effectiveness as well as their impact on society.
The DPSA is responsible for organising and administrating the South African public service through the establishment of norms and standards, the policing of said norms and standards, interventions to ensure that the public service is compliant and functional and the promotion of an ethical public service by contributing to improved public administration in Africa and globally through dialogue and sharing of best practices.
COGTA is tasked with improving cooperative governance across the three spheres of government (National, Provincial and Municipal), as well as between government and traditional leadership structures. The overarching goals are to ensure that South African citizens receive a high level of service delivery, and that developmental targets are met.
The EU is a political and economic union that is comprised of 27 European states. From an international perspective, the EU fosters diplomatic relationships with countries that aim to promote free trade. The EU also fosters international cooperation across a variety of fields, including education, health, energy, the environment, macro-economic policy, human rights and peace and security.
Global Affairs Canada is a department of the Canadian Government. It is tasked with managing Canada’s diplomatic relationships, fostering the development of international trade, and with taking the lead in Canada’s international development and humanitarian assistance programmes.
United Nations University – Wider is a United Nations entity that seeks to transform economies, states and societies. The ultimate goal is to foster sustainable and inclusive development that will lead to the achievement of the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals.