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The Resource Public Procurement Fundamentals : Lessons from and for the Field

Public Procurement Fundamentals : Lessons from and for the Field

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Public Procurement Fundamentals : Lessons from and for the Field
Title
Public Procurement Fundamentals
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Lessons from and for the Field
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eng
Summary
This is a step-by-step manual of public procurement for government officials, researchers, and students
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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Public Procurement Fundamentals : Lessons from and for the Field
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Public Procurement Fundamentals : Lessons from and for the Field
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Contents
  • Front Cover -- Public Procurement Fundamentals -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- About the Author -- Acknowledgments -- Foreword -- List of Abbreviations -- 1. What Is Public Procurement: Introduction -- Pillars of Public Procurement -- Universal Principles of Procurement -- Goods -- Works -- Consultant services -- Technical services -- Procurement and Public Finance Management (PFM) -- PFM Cycle -- Procurement at National and Sub-national Levels -- Centralized, Decentralized, or Hybrid -- Economies of scale -- Increased efficiency -- Product standardization -- Stakeholders -- Political Economy of Procurement -- Economic and Social Benefits of Public Procurement -- International and Bilateral Support to Public Procurement -- International -- Bilateral -- Basis of Public Procurement -- 2. Who Does It and for Whom: Organization and Capacity -- Organization -- Procuring entities -- Bidders (for goods and works) -- Shortlisted firms (for consultant services) -- The winner -- Beneficiaries -- Capacity -- Capacity issues -- Approaches to capacity building -- Note -- 3. How It Is Done: Procurement Cycle and Procedures -- Procurement Cycle -- Identification of needs -- Cost estimating -- Packaging -- Selection of methods -- Scheduling and delivery/completion -- Procurement Process for Goods and Works -- Prequalification (PQ) -- Open Tendering -- Preparation of technical specifications -- Preparation of bidding/tender documents -- Publication of tender notices (advertisement) -- Bid preparation and submission -- Receipt and opening of bids -- Evaluation -- Contract approval process -- Contract award and signature -- Restricted or Limited Tendering -- Request for Written Quotations (Shopping) -- Direct Contracting -- Consultant Selection Procedures -- Differences between Procurement of Goods and Works and Services -- Quality and Cost â{u0080}{u0094} Two-Stage Process
  • Choice of Selection Methods -- Terms of Reference (TORs) -- Request for Proposals -- Request for Expression of Interest (REI) -- Shortlisting and Issue of Request for Proposals -- Receipt and Opening of Technical Proposals -- Evaluation of Proposals -- Contract Negotiations and Signature -- Individual Consultants -- Single Source Selection -- Technical Services -- Bid Complaint Review Mechanism -- 4. Contract Management -- Contractor Performance -- Inspection, Measurement, and Acceptance -- Contractual payments -- Contractual disputes -- Contract termination/closure -- 5. How It Is Controlled: Risks to Procurement and Their Mitigation -- Risks -- Fraud and Corruption -- Mitigation -- Anti-Corruption Measures -- Role of Parliamentary Budget Committee in Public Procurement -- Internal audit -- External audit -- Ethics -- Sanctions for violations -- Watchdogs -- Transparency through Access to Information -- Right to information -- Performance Monitoring and Reporting -- 6 New Tools of Public Procurement -- Changing World and Growing Emerging Market Economies -- New Tools -- Electronic Government Procurement (e-GP) -- Publicâ{u0080}{u0093}Private Partnership -- Framework Agreements -- Community-Based Procurement (CBP) -- Appendix A: Simple Step-By-Step Generic Procurement Manual -- Section 1: Preparation of a Procurement Plan -- Steps -- Section 2: Universal Procurement Methods -- Goods and Work -- Open Tendering/Bidding -- Limited or Restricted Tendering/Bidding -- Request for Quotations or Shopping -- Direct Contracting for Goods and Works -- Consultant Services -- Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) -- Quality Based Selection (QBS) -- Least Cost Selection (LCS) -- Single (Or Sole) Source Selection (SSS) -- Section 3: Evaluation of Bids and Consultant Proposals -- Evaluation of Bids for Goods, Works, and Technical Services -- Steps
  • Evaluation of Consultant Proposals -- Steps -- Section 4: Contract Management -- Steps -- Section 5: Useful Procurement Links -- Appendix B: Additional Readings -- Index
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