According to bank documents, the objective of the project is to enhance transparency, accountability and efficiency of the Public Procurement processes and improving procurement outcomes through greater use of technology.
Component 1: Functional gaps and upgrading of the functionalities of the Lebanon e-procurement system and related technical support.
Component 2: Review options for IMPACT front end Portal for publication related to procurement. Investigating the creation of a portal within the Lebanese IMPACT platform this might further assist with transparency and information availability, analysis and open access to procurement data. This portal may simply be a duplicate of that within the PPA with links / hot buttons, regardless of what direction is taken with respect to the retention or otherwise of the Delta system.
Component 3: Testing the platform in a controlled environment to validate integrity of the system with respect to penetrations, performance, vulnerability, security, etc.
Component 4: E-procurement capacity building of relevant stakeholders including within the Public Procurement Authority, to-be-pilot-contracting authorities, engage with Training of Trainers, public communications, awareness to senior decision-makers, etc. The priority Capacity building is addressing PPA in its new mandate. Other capacity building will be following the national strategy roadmap. Of course, if financing permits, CB will be deployed on oversight bodies, etc. Further, a transition strategy has been developed that will assist with the required culture change and training requirements by establishing lead implementers (Champions) within the government.
Contact : Lina Fares Title : Senior Procurement Specialist
Telephone No : 5367+3360
Borrower : Ministry of Finance
Contact : Mr. Youssef El Khalil Title : Minister
Telephone No : 009611655830 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Institut des Finances Basil Fuleihan
Contact : Mr. Ghassan Zeenny Title : Acting President
Telephone No : 009613398741 Email : Ghassanze@finance.gov.lb
Contact : Ms. Lamia Moubayed Bissat Title : Advisor to Minister Of Finance on Public
Telephone No : 009613377499 Email : email@example.com
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