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Division of Revenue Recommendation between National and County Governments for The FY 2022/23

The financial year 2022/23 recommendation on the basis for equitable sharing of revenue between the national and county governments is being prepared against a backdrop of slow economic growth. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) across the world declined in 2020 as a

How Much is Your County Receiving in FY2021/2022?

The 2021 Division of Revenue Act allocates the county governments an equitable share of Ksh. 370 billion in the financial year 2021/2022. The allocation is an increase of Ksh.53.5 billion from the Ksh. 316.5 billion allocated to the counties during the

County Allocation of Revenue Bill, 2021 Undergoes First Reading

The County Allocation of Revenue Bill, 2021 was read for the first time in the Senate on 4th May 2021. Thereafter, the Bill was committed to the Standing Committee on Finance and Budget for consideration. The Bill is for an Act

Division of Revenue Bill (DoRB) 2021 Passed by Senate

The Senate on 13th April, 2021 passed the Division of Revenue Bill, 2021. The Bill comprises the following allocations: Allocation to National Government– Ksh.1,398 trillion, Allocation to County Governments is Ksh. 370billion, and the Equalisation Fund Ksh. 6,825 billion. However, the

IBEC Approves Ksh. 370 Billion for Counties

The Commission participated in the Intergovernmental Budget and Economic Council (IBEC) meeting where an equitable share allocation of Sh370 billion to devolved units was agreed. Counties will now receive a total of Sh409.88 billion in the next financial year. The figure

CRA Submits Recommendation for Sharing of Revenue Between National and County Governments for FY2021/2022

The Commission on Revenue Allocation has released the recommendation on the basis for equitable sharing of revenue between national and county governments for the financial year 2021/2022. The submission was delayed by 15 days to enable the Commission build consensus with

Explanation of the Third Basis for Revenue Sharing Among County Governments

The third basis for equitable sharing of revenue among county governments (popularly known as the formula) is based on the provision of Article 217 of the Constitution, read together with Article 216 and the Fifth Schedule Section 16. The role of

CRA – THE THIRD BASIS FOR REVENUE SHARING AMONG COUNTY GOVERNMENTS

This recommendation builds on lessons learnt from a comprehensive review of the second basis, a comparative analysis of financing transfer systems from other countries, and extensive consultations with national government, county governments, public finance experts, and the public.

Vertical Recommendation

The core mandate of the Commission on Revenue Allocation is to recommend the basis for equitable sharing of revenue raised nationally between the national and the county governments, and among the county governments.

RECOMMENDATION CONCERNING THE THIRD BASIS FOR REVENUE SHARING AMONG COUNTY GOVERNMENTS

In accordance with the requirements of Article 216 (1) of the Constitution of Kenya, the Commission on Revenue Allocation presents the recommendation on the third basis for equitable sharing of revenue among county governments. The basis is expected to be used