EBRD consultants’ work progress on the project: Policy Advice and Legislative Drafting for eProcurement reform in Ukraine PRINT E-mail


work_progress[30/06/2015] EBRD consultants Tato Urjumelashvili and David Marghania together with department of public procurement of Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine took part in a one-day session “Public Procurement reform in Ukraine: Review Session” in Kiev on 27 May 2015, which brought together international and national guests and experts. At this event the parties discussed the reforms' progress and current priorities for Ukrainian government. The European Commission, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the World Bank shared their work and experience related to the implementation of the 2014 EU public procurement directives and international best practices. More information about this event (agenda, speakers and presentation materials) can be found on the page of the event.

Tato and David are working with the public procurement department of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine on the daily basis by providing support and consultation to the employees of the respective department on each aspect of the procurement reform.

EBRD consultants are also advocating and promoting eProcurement reform and Prozorro (the eProcurement system, designed for the procurement below the national thresholds in Ukraine) by meeting with stakeholders (business associations, suppliers, pilot contracting entities, private platform owners already connected to Prozorro and ones who are not connected).

Tato and David wrote a story in the blog of international website Open Contracting about open contracting in Ukraine. In this story they mentioned the importance of the eProcurement system and listed the main principals of Prozorro.  

EBRD consultants also gave an interview to Ukrainian news website “Ukrainskaya Pravda” where they explained in details how Prozorro system works.

 
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