Procurement management

7 October 2019

en 2019-20 Master in Public Procurement Management for Sustainable Development

The Master's programme in Public Procurement Management for Sustainable Development explores the legislative, regulatory, organizational and managerial foundations of a modern public procurement system. It aims to help bridge the current deficit in qualified human resources and to enable procurement professionals to cope with the challenges of regulating, executing and monitoring public procurement in an economic and socially responsive manner while mitigating adverse environmental impact. The programme is a unique blended-learning opportunity that combines the study of policy tools and theory with applied assignments and research work. It provides direct access to expertise from academia, international organizations and think tanks, as well as the latest literature and cutting-edge research in preparation for a range of highly developed functions connected with public procurement management and its supervision.

23 September 2019

en Procurement Management in the Public Sector

This course explains the significance of public procurement for national development and good governance. It explores options for reforming legal, institutional and managerial public procurement frameworks using the OECD Baseline Indicators Tool designed for diagnosing national public procurement systems. The course also covers the skills required for planning and executing procurement operations for goods, works and services, including the selection of consultants based on risk assessment and the optimal contracting strategy set out in the World Bank Procurement Framework and Regulations for Projects after 1 July 2016. Each presentation is followed by practical assignments and/or group work to find solutions to typical procurement problems.

16 September 2019

ru Procurement audit and systems for prevention and detection of fraud and corruption 2019

This course contributes to improving the effectiveness of the procurement audit and supervision functions in national and IFI procurement operations. It explores the full spectrum of procurement audit competencies, from setting audit/supervision objectives in compliance with the organizational mandate and context to producing audit/supervision reports and following up on audit recommendations. The course focuses on audit execution, taking into account both compliance and value for money. It also presents the key provisions of international treaties concerned with combatting corruption (the UN Convention Against Corruption and the OECD Convention on Combatting Bribery of Foreign Public Officials).

30 July 2019

en Building Successful Health Sector Public Private Partnerships

20 June 2019

en ToT for National Trainers

17 June 2019

ru International Procurement Management 2019

This two-week course covers the full spectrum of competencies needed for international competitive bidding for the acquisition of goods, works and services. It explores market research, procurement planning, the pre- and post-qualification stages, tendering processes, and bid-evaluation and contract-supervision functions. It uses the 2016 World Bank approach and standard procurement documents as the basis for participants' practical work and case studies, which are part of the course programme.

3 June 2019

en Procurement of Information Systems on World-Bank funded projects

This course explores the competencies needed for the successful assessment, planning and execution of procurement operations for the supply and installation of customized information systems in World Bank-funded projects. It is based on WB standard procurement documents, with comprehensive coverage of the requirements for commissioning, performance-testing, maintenance, technical support and software licensing arrangements

20 May 2019

Procurement and Development Training Programme

11 May 2019

Implementation of methodology for assessing procurement systems (March 2019)

The course aims to upgrade the technical and managerial competencies needed for project identification, stakeholder management, project design and the development of monitoring and evaluation systems. The course is based on the logical framework approach.

Implementation of methodology for assessing procurement systems (March 2019)

The course aims to upgrade the technical and managerial competencies needed for project identification, stakeholder management, project design and the development of monitoring and evaluation systems. The course is based on the logical framework approach.

4 March 2019

en MODULES MASTER PUBLIC PROCUREMENT 2019