ProACT: Using data to strengthen the efficiency and integrity of public procurement

In 2018, governments around the world spent around $11 trillion—around 12 percent of global GDP— on public procurement.  At these substantial volumes, any improvement in public procurement can potentially contribute to savings, integrity, economic growth, inclusiveness, and sustainability. As governments around the world face massive fiscal pressure and rising inflation, they must ensure productive use of public resources—an efficient, transparent, and accountable public procurement is one way of doing so.

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Corruption has modernized, so should anticorruption initiatives

The World Bank’s commitment to helping countries control corruption dates to 1996 20038907351_4a3e9c5c97_kwhen then President James Wolfensohn made his “cancer of corruption” speech. It was the first time the issue was given such prominence by a World Bank President and put squarely on the agenda of the institution.

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eC2: Support to Reforms and Governance in the Health Sector in Ukraine Consulting services: Independent Anticorruption Capacity Development and Monitoring for the SPIH project

Deadline: 12-May-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) medical-appointment-doctor-healthcare-clinic-health-hospital-medicine[7]

Independent Anticorruption Capacity Development and Monitoring for the SPIH project

The preference will be given to local NGOs or consortiums of NGOs and non-for-profit organizations, but participation from other types of organizations is not limited.

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