Public Spend Forum – Public Procurement Highlights from this Week

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Promoting Economic Development Through Improved Global Public Procurement

In episode 12 of the Public Procurement Leaders podcast Tania Ghossein of the World Bank talks about the themes all governments face as they strive to improve contracting systems around the world. Tania has spent four years leading the Benchmarking Public Procurement (BPP) initiative for the World Bank, which focuses on the procurement process and public procurement compliance review mechanisms. Specifically it presents cross-comparative data and analysis examining the legal and regulatory environments that affect global public sector markets. In the podcast she shares examples of procurement success stories, one of which is from Korea, which, after digitising all of its procurement processes has witnessed visits from policymakers wishing to learn about the new system to implement similar in their own countries. Listen to that here.

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