Fourth Quarter Budget Performance 2013/14


Fourth Quarter Budget Performance 2013/14    |   File Size: 534.39 kB Downloads: 1450   |   Post Date: 19 March 2015

Domestic revenue collected by the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) at the end of the fourth quarter of 2013/14 was KES 899.3 billion, 0.2% short of annual target but up by 18.4% compared to 2012/13 period. Owing to an upsurge in total borrowing, overall revenue receipts by Treasury including donor aid surpassed the annual target by 1.3%. On expenditure, like in previous years, budget implementation remains a challenge. The government failed to spend 27% of its annual budget of KES 1,135 billion that was surrendered to Treasury.  The biggest challenge is the low uptake of development budget; only 52% of this budget was utilized by the end of the fourth quarter. Gravely affected were infrastructure related ministries and the National Treasury.


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