Procurement is particularly vulnerable to corruption through unfair competition and collusion. Couched in technical language and complex regulatory frameworks, public procurement processes appear opaque to civil society organizations (CSOs) who could provide a much-needed check on the power of corrupt companies and authorities. As part of its CSO Procurement Monitoring program, PTF trains CSOs to identify and expose corruption and waste plaguing public procurement; and supports them in constructively engaging with sympathetic authorities to find solutions.

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e-Procurement Monitoring in Ukraine

In Ukraine, PTF is training CSOs in Ukraine on how to monitor public procurement under the country’s new e-procurement system – “ProZorro.” The training will provide tools and present best practices for procurement monitoring internationally.

Making Procurement Transparent and Efficient: Global Best Practices

Partners For Transparency Foundation India (PTF India) with the support of Management Development Institute (MDI) Gurgaon organized a three-day residential program, titled,” Making Procurement Transparent and Efficient: Global Best Practices “from 25 April 2018 to 27 April 2018 at MDI Campus in Gurugram (India). Representatives from State owned Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) Mahanadi Coalfields, Indian Atomic Energy, Hindustan Petroleum, BSES attended the program.


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