Office of the Controller of Budget

The Office of the Controller of Budget (OCOB) is an independent office established under Article 228 of the Constitution of Kenya with the core mandate being to oversee implementation of the budgets of the National and County Governments by authorizing the withdrawal from public funds. [Read More]

 

The roles of The Office of the Controller of Budget (OCOB) are:

Oversight Role

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Investigation Role

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Controlling Role

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Public Sensitization Role

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Reporting Role

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Advisory Role

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Arbitration/Mediation Role

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Our Vision

A country where public funds are utilized prudently

Our Mision

To oversee implementation of Government budgets through timely authorization of withdrawals from Public Funds and reporting on utilization.

Core Values

Integrity, Transparency & Accountability, Professionalism, Independence, Creativity & Innovativeness and Teamwork.

News and Events


OCOB WINS FiRE AWARD
December 13, 2023

The Deputy Controller of Budget FCPA Stephen Masha leads the OCOB team as they receive [...]

DR. NYAKANG’O CONFERRED WITH THE AWARD OF FELLOW
December 4, 2023

ICPAK Chairman CPA Philip Kakai (left) presents the FCPA Award to the Controller of Budget [...]

COB AT THE 6TH ANNUAL PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
November 16, 2023

CPA Dr Margaret Nyakang’o making her presentation during the 6th Public Finance Management Conference in [...]