"We are keen to see we have a relationship with the IMF on a longer term basis at least for the next two years," Central Bank Governor Nivard Cabraal said.
IMF resident representative Koshy Mathai said authorities could use the next program to support any of their longer term goals.
"The government will have space to other changes, to improve revenue administration, improve state enterprises," Mathai said.
"It is hard to say what it will look like."Details discussions on the program will be held with the arrival of the next IMF mission to the island.