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Implementing the OECD Principles for Integrity in Public Procurement : Progress since 2008.

Author: OECD Publishing
Publisher: Paris : OECD Publishing, 2013.
Series: OECD public governance reviews.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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With procurement accounting for 13% of GDP and a third of government expenditures on average in OECD countries, investing in appropriate processes to mitigate risks of waste and corruption leads to efficiency gains considering the financial stakes. In 2008 OECD countries committed to promoting transparency, integrity, good management as well as accountability in procurement with the adoption of the OECD  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Publishing, OECD.
Implementing the OECD Principles for Integrity in Public Procurement : Progress since 2008.
Paris : OECD Publishing, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9789264201385 9264201386
OCLC Number: 867930934
Notes: Shaping reforms through learning from peers.
Description: 1 online resource (136 pages).
Contents: Foreword; Acknowledgements; Table of contents; Executive summary; Promoting transparency, integrity and value for money throughout the whole procurement cycle; Tapping into the potential of consolidation to achieve significant savings; Using procurement effectively as a policy lever for wider economic, social and environmental policy objectives; Professionalising procurement; Introducing systematic performance monitoring of procurement systems; Innovative forms of public service delivery require attention: public-private partnerships (PPPs), concessions and sponsorships. Why clean public procurement mattersThe government activity with the highest perception of bribery risk; Public procurement accounts for a significant share of GDP; A key economic instrument supporting successive, and sometimes competing, policy objectives; High financial stakes to cut waste and corruption in procurement; Procurement has an impact on health and people's lives; Clean and effective procurement is key for sound stewardship of public funds; The use of stimulus packages increases risks when using accelerated procedures; Notes; Bibliography. What have been the main drivers of reforms in countries since 2008?Productivity gains; Compliance with international instruments and budgetary savings; Ensuring an adequate degree of transparency that does not impede effectiveness; Rationalising, restructuring and consolidating procurement to achieve short-term efficiency gains; The Recommendation: An international benchmark for procurement reviews and dialogue; Notes; Bibliography; Is procurement used for too many objectives?; Procurement as a strategic instrument to pursue government objectives. The crisis has given a new impetus for governments to use procurement to support socio-economic objectivesProcurement has the potential to foster innovation in markets where the public sector is a significant purchaser; Procurement is increasingly adapted to promote a level playing field for SMEs; The protection of the environment is becoming a selection criteria; Notes; Bibliography; Are governments capable of mitigating risks of waste and corruption?; Procurement professionals are at the frontline to mitigate risks; Capability is lagging behind. Lack of investment in monitoring contract managementRisks of corruption are still not mitigated; Defence sector and state-owned enterprises are no exceptions for promoting transparency and safeguarding integrity; Notes; Bibliography; A strategic role for public procurement; Limited cross-border procurement; Promises to be delivered: Reforming the whole procurement cycle; Potentials to be exploited: Facilitating access to international procurement markets; Assessing risks and opportunity costs when using procurement to support socio-economic and environmental objectives.
Series Title: OECD public governance reviews.

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With procurement accounting for 13% of GDP and a third of government expenditures on average in OECD countries, investing in appropriate processes to mitigate risks of waste and corruption leads to efficiency gains considering the financial stakes. In 2008 OECD countries committed to promoting transparency, integrity, good management as well as accountability in procurement with the adoption of the OECD Recommendation on Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement. This assessment of progress made in OECD countries shows that as a result of austerity measures governments have been under tight bu.

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