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  • 22-October-2019

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    2019 OECD Public Procurement Week: Unpacking complexity

    This year’s Public Procurement Week, entitled "Unpacking Complexity", will focus on how to address environmental, societal and technological challenges in public service delivery.

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  • 22-October-2019

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    Reforming Public Procurement - Progress in Implementing the 2015 OECD Recommendation

    This report presents progress made by OECD countries and other economies on their adherence to the 2015 Recommendation of the Council on Public Procurement. The Recommendation provides strategic guidance in addressing challenges encountered in public procurement and identifies good procurement practices in order to ensure a strategic and holistic use of public procurement. This report discusses the Recommendation's continued relevance, how widely it has been disseminated, and whether it requires updating or revision.
  • 21-October-2019

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    OECD Recommendation on Countering Illicit Trade: Enhancing Transparency in Free Trade Zones

    The Recommendation aims to assist governments and policy makers in reducing and deterring illicit trade conducted through and inside Free Trade Zones (FTZs).

  • 11-October-2019

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    Institutions Guaranteeing Access to Information - OECD and MENA Region

    Thanks to comparative tables and precise examples, this report offers an overall picture of the institutions guaranteeing access to information (IGAI) in OECD member countries. While it does not provide a comprehensive analysis of each of these institutions, it examines the legislation, the composition, and operation of the IGAIs as well as their missions regarding the spontaneous disclosure and appeals following access to information requests. Similarly, the report carries out an overall analysis of the access to information legislation of Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, and Tunisia, and of the legal and practical context of their IGAIs. In particular, it offers ways to make the implementation of this legislation more effective, at a time when these countries’ citizens are very keen on increased access to information.
  • 8-October-2019

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    Fraud and corruption in European Structural and Investment Funds

    This illustrated guide raises awareness of not only fraud schemes affecting ESI Funds, but also the preventive actions to avoid a “pay and chase” model.

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  • 8-October-2019

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    Tackling Fraud and Corruption Risks in the Slovak Republic - A Strategy with Key Actions for the European Structural and Investment Funds

    This report outlines a strategy for managing fraud and corruption risks related to the European Structural and Investment (ESI) Funds in the Slovak Republic. It suggests targeted and tailored actions for the authorities responsible for these funds, building on their existing fraud and corruption risk management practices. The strategy and key actions draw from the OECD Recommendation of the Council on Public Integrity, as well as European Commission guidance and international standards of inter alia the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO), Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
  • 1-October-2019

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    High-level policy dialogue on public administration reform in the Western Balkans

    On 1 October 2019, a ministerial conference on public administration reform in the Western Balkans took place in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The conference was organised by ReSPA (Regional School of Public Administration) and hosted by the Slovenian Ministry of Public Administration. The EC confirmed that PAR remains at the core of the EU accession process for the new Commission.

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  • 1-October-2019

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    Digital Government in Chile – A Strategy to Enable Digital Transformation

    This study assesses the evolution, achievements and challenges in the design and implementation of digital government strategies in Chile since 2004. It aims to support the Government of Chile in framing and implementing future strategic decisions and developing digital capacity throughout the public sector. In particular, it looks at how Chile can build a whole-of-government approach to embed digital approaches into everyday government operations.The study argues that for Chile to ensure the sustainability of its achievements to date it should work towards shared ownership of, and responsibility for, the digital government strategy throughout the public administration.
  • 1-October-2019

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    Digital Government in Chile – Digital Identity

    In our interactions with the people we know we don’t give any thought to the proof of their identity. When we meet someone for the first time we trust they are who they say they are. Sometimes an introduction is brokered by a mutual, trusted, acquaintance who knows both parties. However, in our transactional dealings with government there is a greater expectation – and need – to be able to prove who we are, where we live and what we can access. The provision of digital identity (DI) is critical to government ambitions for transforming the quality of public services. This study discusses Chile's experience of DI alongside a comparison of 13 OECD countries, and aims to support the Government of Chile in developing and enhancing their approach to the development of DI as a piece of core digital government infrastructure and an enabler of seamless service delivery. The study uses a framework that covers the foundations for identity in terms of existing national identity infrastructure, policies and governance, the technical solutions that have been explored, the factors which impact adoption, and the ways in which DI can empower citizens through greater control of their data, transparency and measurement of impact.
  • 26-September-2019

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    OECD Review of Lithuania’s Independent Fiscal Institution

    Review assessing Lithuania's Budget Policy Monitoring Department (BPMD) against the OECD Principles for Independent Fiscal Institutions. The review benchmarks the BPMD against peer institutions in other OECD countries and, where possible, identifies the difference it has made. The report outlines the key challenges for the BPMD and sets forth a series of recommendations to enhance the independence of the BPMD.

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