How can CMS technology be effectively implemented in developing countries? Recent developments in CMS technology show promise for many developing country judiciaries. The advance of technology has enabled governments to leapfrog past technological pitfalls, particularly the burdensome and time-consuming process of traditional styles of software development.

In an increasingly integrated world, an organization’s project portfolio is becoming larger in scope, more complex, and more geographically dispersed. Today, a globalized organization’s ability to manage its projects crucially depends on the tools that enable it to readily access and analyze actionable data and make informed decisions. This is where Synergy comes in.

This report emphasizes the role of  country ownership as the critical prerequisite to the success of DAD as a national development management tool. It also discusses the emergence of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and results-based management in the international development sector.

This report discusses key trends, challenges, and good practices in the implementation of the Development Assistance Database (DAD) by developing country governments. The report summarizes the findings of the 2011 and 2009 DAD Community of Practice conferences, and it also provides a history of DAD,