La flexibilización y descentralización del sistema nacional de inversión pública (snip) y su impacto en el proceso de viabilización de los proyectos de inversión pública (pip's), en los gobiernos locales y gobierno regional del departamento de la libertad, 2007 -2014
Castañeda Castillo, Rubén Ignacio
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The research aimed to determined the impact that produced the flexibility and decentralization of the National Public Investment System (NPIS) in the process of viability of the Public Investment Projects (PIP's) in Local Government (LG) and Regional Government (RG) of the department of La Libertad, in the period 2007 - 2014. The sample was not random, consisted of 58 offices Investment Programming (OPI's) of all Local Government and Regional Government assigned the National System Public Investment in La Libertad region. The results will be appreciated that exist within the department of La Libertad 58 Offices Investment Programming recorded in the NPIS, of which 45 belong to District LG 12 to LG 01 to RG Provincial and La Libertad. Determined that decentralization and flexibility of the process NPIS viability of the PIP, 10% have a positive impact and 90% positive. For viability in the RG, a downward trend seen in many PIP declared viable, taking 2007 as the starting point where 92% viable projects declared, stationing slightly between 2008 and 2012, only to see a significant drop in 2013 and 2014 arriving itself in the last two years of pleading viable 61% of PIP; Provincial and district in the LG, the evolution of the progress of implementation of the PIP, Enforcement PIP, PIP alignment and evolution of the average amount for implementing the PIP had a growing trend. Concluded that the impact on the viability of public investment projects, through flexibility and decentralization of the NPIS as positive, this product has obtained a considerable increase in total PIP’s declared feasible, arriving in 2014 to declare viable 84% of PIP’s.