Digital Transformation of the Competition Law Enforcement Procedures of the Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine (EBRD-12860)

  • Ukraine
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  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
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Updated in EWS Apr 10, 2020

Disclosed by Bank Apr 1, 2020

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Project Description

According to the Bank's website, this project provides technical cooperation to support the Anti-Monopoly Committee of Ukraine to deal more effectively with competition cases and, in particular, bid rigging cases. 

This will entail the following activities: (i) review of national procurement laws and relevant guidance; (ii) identification and guidance on the paramters to be included in a screening tool; (iii) design of an appropriate screening tool based on ProZorro data for the ex-ante and ex-post detection of bid rigging; (iv) establishing a method of prioritising leads and conduct training on prioritising leads and turning them into investigations; and (v) assessment and training on the appropriate auction structure. 

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