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Ebrd an investor role in promoting public procurement reform

EBRD - an investor role in promoting public procurement reform

Eliza Niewiadomska

Office of the General Counsel


The ebrd fostering transition
The EBRD – fostering transition

  • largest single investor in central and eastern Europe

  • supports infrastructure projects in 30 countries from central Europe to central Asia

  • fosters economically and environmentally sustainable transition

  • promotes transparency, accountability, good governance


A large share of public sector projects
A large share of public sector projects

Signed projects

2009 Volume of transactions

Disbursements


Focus on municipalities and utilities sector
Focus on municipalities and utilities sector

  • Contracting authorities

  • Local government

  • Municipal enterprises

    Contracting entities

  • Power & energy

  • Rail & Transport

  • Water & Environmental infrastructure


The ebrd legal transition programme
The EBRD Legal Transition Programme

The development of sound legal rules and the establishment of the legal institutions and culture on which a vibrant market-oriented economy depends.


Ltp s interest action in areas relevant to investors
LTP’ s interest & action in areas relevant to investors

Positive correlations between law reform and economic transition

Survey to inspire changes

Country projects


Legal assessments ltp assesses how good laws are and how well they work
Legal assessments: LTP assesses how good laws are and how well they work

  • Legal Sector Assessments: the law on the books (extensiveness)

  • Legal Indicator Surveys: case studies on law implementation (effectiveness)

  • A credible assessment requires an evaluation of both these components


Legal indicator survey of concession legal framework 2006

Effectiveness of Concession Framework well they work

Very

100

efficient

90

80

70

60

Per cent

50

40

30

20

Not

10

efficient

0

Latvia

Serbia

Poland

Russia

Croatia

Ukraine

Georgia

Moldova

Hungary

*Estonia

*Albania

*Belarus

Bulgaria

Romania

*Armenia

*Slovenia

Lithuania

*Mongolia

*Tajikistan

*Azerbaijan

Kazakhstan

Montenegro

*Uzbekistan

*Czech Rep.

*Slovak Rep.

*Kyrgyz Rep.

FYR Macedonia

Bosnia and Herz.

Existence of Concessions

Selection Process

Project Agreement

Termination

* LIS 2006. Countries without a concession as defined at the time of assessment

Legal Indicator Survey of Concession Legal Framework - 2006



The ltp technical cooperation in public procurement reform
The LTP Technical Cooperation well they workin public procurement reform


The ebrd public procurement framework assessment march 2010

Eliza Niewiadomska well they work

Legal Transition Programme

Office of the General Counsel

One Exchange Square

London EC2A 2JN, United Kingdom

[email protected]

Tel: +44 20 7338 7190

Fax: +44 20 7338 6150

The EBRD Public Procurement Framework AssessmentMarch 2010

EBRD an investor role in promoting public procurement reform


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