Public procurement


Public Procurement in Malta

Building Capacity and Managing Risks

EU Funded Note In Malta, public procurement accounted for approximately 6% of GDP in 2019 and is recognised as a strategic instrument for achieving government policy goals, including recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite recent efforts, the public procurement system still faces several challenges in several areas. This report provides an overview of the procurement system and tailored recommendations in six main areas: i) the organisational structure of the public procurement system, ii) public procurement processes, iii) risk management, iv) the strategic use of public procurement, v) the professionalisation of the procurement workforce, and vi) the performance measurement framework.

Published on June 28, 2023

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Executive summary
Improving the organisational structure of public procurement
Enhancing public procurement processes
Implementing a risk-based approach in public procurement
Strengthening the strategic use of public procurement
Reinforcing the capability of the public procurement workforce
Developing a comprehensive measurement framework in Malta
Summary of recommendations
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