Since 2010 the LTP has conducted three regional sector assessments that seek to evaluate the quality of national laws and practice and track the progress of public procurement reforms in the EBRD’s countries of operations.
2010 EBRD Regional Public Procurement Sector Assessment
The first EBRD regional public procurement sector assessment was conducted in 2010. This reviewed national public procurement legislation and national public procurement practice in 28 of our countries of operations. The assessment evaluated the level of development of public procurement laws and identified elements of law and practice that reduce the efficiency of the public contracting process in the EBRD regions. The final results of the assessment were published in a summary assessment report (available in English and Russian) and in country profiles that also take into account the findings of the excercise.
The EBRD SEMED Public Procurement Sector Assessment (2012)
In 2012, the EBRD completed a legal assessment of public procurement laws and local procurement practice in the countries of the southern and eastern Mediterranean (SEMED) region, namely Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, and Tunisia. More information about the SEMED Public Procurement Sector Assessment can be accessed here.
The EBRD Regional Public Procurement Legislation Self-Assessment (2013)
In 2013, the EBRD worked with governments on a review of national public procurement laws. Conducted in the form of a self-assessment excercise by the regulatory authorities, this excercise provided an overview of the progress in the development of public procurement policy in the EBRD region. If you are interested in comparing assessment scores for public procurement laws in the EBRD countries, please contact: email@example.com.