The OECD and its partners have developed several assessments tools and indicators on public procurement. These tools complement each-other and cover all the Principles of the OECD Recommendation on Public Procurement calling upon countries to develop their institutional framework and measure systems’ efficiency and effectiveness.
They can help countries:
- Measuring the performance of their procurement operations and the impact of procurement on broader policy objectives
- Evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of their public procurement systems, on which public procurement reforms can be built
- Assessing progress over time, within one same country or across countries
See below 3 of these tools.