Our Responsibilities

According to Article 15 of Law No. 5436 on Public Financial Management and Control, as well as certain laws and decrees amended by the Law on Amendments, Strategy Development Presidencies, Strategy Development Department Presidencies, and Directorates have been established in public administrations. In accordance with the aforementioned law, a Strategy Development Department Presidency has been established at our university to carry out the tasks listed in Article 15 of that law, as well as the duties specified in Article 60 of Law No. 5018 on Public Financial Management and Control, amended by Law No. 5436.


The following tasks are carried out by the strategy development units:

  • To determine the administration's medium and long-term strategies and policies within the framework of national development strategy and policies, annual program, and government program, and to conduct necessary work to establish its objectives.
  • To develop performance and quality criteria in the areas falling within the administration's scope of duties and fulfill other tasks within this scope.
  • To collect, analyze, and interpret information and data regarding the administration's management, service improvement, and performance.
  • To examine external factors that will affect the services in the administration's scope of duties, conduct internal capacity research, analyze the effectiveness and satisfaction level of services, and conduct general research.
  • To perform services related to management information systems.
  • To perform the secretarial services of the Strategy Development Board if established within the administration.
  • To coordinate the preparation of the administration's strategic plan and performance program, and to carry out the consolidation of their results.
  • To prepare the administration's budget, including the budget estimates for the following two years, in accordance with the strategic plan and annual performance program, and to monitor and evaluate the conformity of administrative activities with them.
  • To prepare a detailed expenditure program and ensure the allocation is sent to the relevant units, taking into account the service requirements within the framework of budget principles and rules determined by the legislation.
  • To keep budget records, collect and evaluate data related to budget implementation results, and prepare the final account of the budget and financial statistics.
  • To accrue the administration's revenues in accordance with the relevant legislation, and to carry out the follow-up and collection procedures for income and receivables.
  • To perform accounting services in administrations that are not covered by the general budget.
  • To prepare the administration's activity report based on unit activity reports prepared by spending units.
  • To prepare summary tables regarding movable and immovable properties owned or used by the administration.
  • To coordinate the preparation of the administration's investment program, monitor implementation results, and prepare the annual investment evaluation report.
  • To carry out and conclude financial affairs and transactions that need to be followed up with other administrations.
  • To provide necessary information and consultancy to the top executive and spending authorities regarding the implementation of financial laws and other related legislation.
  • To carry out pre-financial control activities.
  • To work on the establishment, implementation, and improvement of the internal control system and its standards; to make necessary preparations to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the top management's function in internal audit.
  • To perform other tasks assigned by the Minister and/or the top executive.