Regional: Smart Public Contract Registers to Empower Public Procurement Statistical Reporting, Market Analysis and Monitoring (EBRD-13695)

  • Europe and Central Asia
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  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
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European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
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  • Finance
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Advisory Services
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Not Disclosed
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Original disclosure @ EBRD website

Updated in EWS Dec 23, 2020

Disclosed by Bank Nov 19, 2020

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Project Description

According to the bank website, a substantial part of public investment in the economy is spent through public procurement, and on average, it represents 14 % of the GDP in the Member States of the European Union. Public procurement is a key element of the investment process in the public sector and has a strong impact on citizens and society, given that public services funded and procured by governments provide for the most urgent and/or basic needs of citizens, such as healthcare, education, and public infrastructure. Transparency in public procurement is essential to ensure the efficiency and accountability of contracting suppliers for the provision of public services. Proper transparency and accountability of public spending rely on fair competition in selecting commercial suppliers to deliver public contracts, tracking the financial aspects of procurement as well as monitoring the quality of public services delivered by suppliers and contractors under public contracts.


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