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enhancing integrity in public procurement oecd recommendation and toolbox

Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement OECD Recommendation and Toolbox

Elodie Beth

Administrator Integrity

 Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate

OECD

for a cleaner world economy
For a cleaner world economy

Mission:

Partnering with countries for a cleaner, fairer and stronger world economy

  • Recognising that weak governance, lack of integrity and transparency are at the heart of the crisis

Working methods:

  • Formulates standards at the international level as well as practical tools for implementation
  • Offers country-specific reviews (peer reviews)/ “know-how”
  • Provides comparative and evidence-based analysis
outline of the presentation
Outline of the presentation

How the OECD can support public procurement reforms in the Czech Republic:

  • OECD policy instruments and toolbox on public procurement
  • OECD comparative data on public procurement
  • Transparency in public procurement
  • E-procurement
  • Peer reviews of public procurement system
oecd principles a framework to assess countries efforts in public procurement
OECD Principles: A Framework to assess countries efforts in public procurement
  • Principles on Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement
  • Guidelines for Fighting Bid Rigging in Public Procurement
  • Transparency (e.g. openness of procedures, use of new technologies)
  • Good management (e.g. procurement function)
  • Prevention of misconduct (e.g. specialised training)
  • Accountability and Control (e.g. remedy system, access for civil society to key contracts)

Managing risks of waste, fraud and corruption:

  • Needs assessment, contract management
  • Exceptions to competitive tendering: Emergency procedures, defence
elements of good practice and toolbox
Elements of good practice and Toolbox
  • Report on Integrity in Public Procurement: Good Practices from A to Z
  • Enhancing Integrity in public Procurement: On-line Toolbox
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Element of good practice for Good practice example:

Transparency

  • Policy concern: Preventing risks of corruption and ensuring accountability in the contract management
  • Practice: Publishing a notice on the amendment and execution of the contract
  • By whom: The Public Procurement Council in Hungary, an autonomous body reporting to Parliament
  • Role of private sector actors and civil society to monitor contract
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Transparency

  • Guidelines for accelerated public procurement procedures
  • Model format for supplier debriefings
  • Checklist for record keeping

Good management

  • Template for market study report
  • Template to solicit supplier information
  • Checklist to enhance integrity in non-competitive tender methods

Prevention of misconduct

  • Code of conduct for procurement practitioners
  • Gifts and gratuities checklist
  • Indicators of procurement risk

Accountability and control

  • Online public procurement reporting
  • Registration of private interests

Etc.

how does the oecd collect data and support evidence based decision making
How does the OECD collect data and support evidence based decision making?
  • Survey questionnaires
  • Systems of National Accounts
  • European Commission data on expenditures of state owned utilities
  • Country reviews : Brazil, United States, etc.

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transparency in public procurement 1
Transparency in public procurement (1)
  • Providing an adequate degree of transparency throughout the entire public procurement cycle is critical to minimise the risk of fraud, corruption and mismanagement of public funds, and to level the playing field for businesses.
  • Access to laws, regulations, judicial and /or administrative decisions, standard contract clauses on public procurement as well as actual means and processes by which specific procurement are defined, awarded and managed.
transparency in public procurement 2
Transparency in public procurement (2)

Frequency of publication of public procurement information(2010)

Source: OECD Survey on Public Procurement (2010)

e procurement 1
E-procurement (1)
  • The use of ICT’s in public procurement processes :
  • Enhances transparency and efficiency of procurement process
  • Empowers citizens to hold public authorities accountable
  • Decreases administrative burdens and cost

Role of on-line portals for procurement

c e procurement 2
c) E-procurement (2)

Online availability of public procurement information

Source: OECD Survey on Public Procurement (2010)

public procurement reviews united states example
Public Procurement ReviewsUnited States example
  • U.S. Government’s Federal Acquisition system : US$ 540 billion per year
  • Office of Management and Budget’s interest in assessment of successes and challenges in ensuring transparency, integrity and good management in public procurement
  • OECD peer review of practice in selected federal agencies and benchmarking against other relevant countries
      • Transparency, accountability and integrity in different stages of procurement cycle
      • Acquisition workforce
      • Best value for taxpayers
      • Competition
      • Review and remedy mechanisms
for further information
For Further Information

Website:http://www.oecd.org/gov/ethics

Selected publications:

  • Principles for Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement (2009)
  • Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement – Joint Learning Study on Yemen, Morocco (2010)
  • Integrity in Public Procurement: Good Practice from A to Z (2007)

Contact us: OECD Integrity Unit (gov.integrity@oecd.org)

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Thank you

Elodie Beth

Elodie.beth@oecd.org