The Toolbox is an on-line resource that captures emerging good practice to enhance corruption prevention and good management in public procurement in OECD and non-OECD countries. The tools contained in this website have been compiled from practices which have been successfully tested in a number of countries.
The tools are classified according to their use in the procurement cycle and also by theme according to the pillars underlying the OECD Recommendation.
Why a Toolbox?
This Toolbox supports governments to implement the OECD Principles for Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement (2008). These Principles apply to the entire procurement cycle: from needs assessment, to contract award and final payment. They emphasise transparency, good management, prevention of misconduct and accountability.
The toolbox is intended to be of equal value for policy makers and procurement practitioners at both national and sub-national levels of government.
The tools are classified according to their use in the procurement cycle, but also according to the OECD pillars underlying the OECD Recommendation
The Toolbox will be updated regularly and if you have a variation of these tools or new tools (that have been proved to be effective) please send them to the following email address: GOV.firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information see About the toolbox
Permanent URL: www.oecd.org/governance/procurement/toolbox