According to the bank website, "the proposed regional knowledge and support technical assistance (KSTA) will support the strengthening of electronic government procurement (e-GP) systems across ADB developing member countries (DMCs). Strengthening governance and institutional capacity is an operational priority under Strategy 2030. Aligned to the strategy ADB will continue to adhere to standards for procurement and contribute to maintaining and raising standards in the international development community. ADB will assist DMCs in undertaking reforms and building country systems including the use of e-GP in these areas. ADB will also continue to help executing and implementing agencies strengthen their capacity to plan, design, finance, and implement ADB projects, including the application of advanced technology for robust e-GP systems."
Responsible ADB Officer Ismakova, Galiya
Responsible ADB Department PPFD
Responsible ADB Division PFP2
Asian Development Bank
6 ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City 1550, Philippines
ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISM OF ADB
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