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    Home » Evaluations. Spending Review 2022-2026

    Evaluaciones. Spending Review 2022-2026

    In December 2021, the Council of Ministers approved the new Spending Review 2022-2026, which follows on from the first exercise carried out by AIReF. This new review cycle aims to fulfil the commitment made in the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan (RTRP) to improve the quality of public spending.

    The Spending Review 2022-2026 will be carried out by specific areas of expenditure and by phases. In particular, the Ministry of Finance and Civil Service approved the analysis of the following areas in this new multi-year cycle:

    • Expenditure resulting from healthcare of the social security system for civil servants
    • Benefits (Minimum Living Income and Temporary Incapacity Benefit)
    • Official Development Assistance
    • Financial instruments to support productive sectors (complementary to the previous Spending Review)
    • Employment policies
    • Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020

    PHASE ONE

    The Council of Ministers has identified the areas of analysis that will be subject to evaluation in the first phase and that have been set out in the Action Plan submitted by AIReF:

    • Public sector financial instruments to support productive sectors. These are measures in the economic field that have sought to protect and support the productive sector, minimise the impact resulting from the crisis caused by COVID-19 and ensure that activity levels recover as soon as possible.
    • Expenditure resulting from the healthcare of the social security system for civil servants. The mutual insurance companies of civil servants, in their capacity as operators of the Special Social Security Scheme, provide their members and beneficiaries, among other services, with healthcare, in accordance with the provisions of their regulatory laws approved by Royal Legislative Decree 4/2000, of June 23rd.