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2019 OECD Public Procurement Week: Unpacking complexity

 

©Adrien Coquet/The noun project  22-25 October 2019    localisation icon turquoise OECD, Paris 

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

Policy makers and practitioners will debate:

  • How are public institutions leveraging on public procurement to support the implementation of public policies?
  • How can infrastructure effectively support inclusive growth, productivity and well-being?
  • How to align human capacities, strategies and procurement outcomes in a changing world?

They will also explore the findings of a new report analysing the progress achieved in implementing the 2015 OECD Recommendation on Public Procurement and launched on 22 October.

 

The Public Procurement Week includes two public events:

  • 22 October – Public Procurement Forum: Mainstreaming effective responses to complex challenges
    This event is a joint initiative between the Directorate for Public Governance and the Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Regions and Cities.   
  • 23 October – Workshop: Generating value out of growing complexity: delivering infrastructure

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OTHER EVENTS OF THE Week

 

Following the two public events, the Forum and the Workshop, the OECD will host:

24-25 October: Meeting of the Working Party of the Leading Practitioners on Public Procurement (LPP)

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