Goal 4: Raise (net) tax revenues to 16 percent of GDP by 2015 and use public resources efficiently and transparently. These goals are also included in the implementation of the fiscal pact, which is an integral part of the PQD priority areas, as defined by the Economic and Social Cabinet. On Track The USG provided technical assistance to the Ministry of Finance (MOF) to improve taxpayer information and database systems. The assistance supporting the implementation of web services and five modules of the automated Case Selection Management System (CSMS) II tool is expected to reduce tax evasion. To improve the transparent and efficient use of public resources, Phase II of the new fiscal transparency portal was completed with trilateral assistance between the GOES, the USG, and the Government of Brazil. Experts from Brazil also provided technical assistance to the MOF upgrading the Fiscal Transparency Portal. The USG is assisting the GOES in improving its legal and accounting systems and to prepare a result-oriented budget process in several sectors. Other actions completed include the approval of the accounting conceptual model under International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS), the approval of the government chart of accounts under IPSAS, design of Phase I of the SAFI II budget implementation modules, and completion of the Phase I of the GOES online procurement portal COMPRASAL II. The percentage of net tax collected relative to GDP increased from 14.4 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012, to 15.3 percent in the fourth quarter of 2013. There was no update in El Salvador’s score in the Open Budget Index and so remains at 43 out of 100 ranked countries.