The TA seeks to improve development impact of ADB assistance to Mongolia to be demonstrated through improved country portfolio performance and higher client satisfaction.
The TA will support the government to (i) enhance its capacity to upgrade the regulatory framework for procurement inspections and audits through training and workshops; (ii) build government staff capacity to handle the procurement transactions of ODA-funded projects; and (iii) provide advisory support for the introduction of advance procurement and consultant recruitment actions in the national legal framework to reduce project start-up delays, and to speed up project implementation.
The TA outcome will be enhanced human resources development, and institutional and organizational capacity of client agencies including the Government Procurement Agency (GPA) and the procurement and legal department of Ministry of Finance measured by improved project implementation.
The TA will engage 17 person months of international and 79 person months of national consultants who will report to the MoF and GPA. The consultants will be engaged by ADB in accordance with the Guidelines on the Use of Consultants (2013, as amended from time to time) through individual consultant selection process.
Government US$ 0.05 milion
Ministry of Finance
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