Public procurement performance
A framework for measuring efficiency, compliance and strategic goals
Public procurement accounts for 13% of GDP in OECD countries. Pressures on public
spending – as well as the need for greater accountability, better monitoring of public
policies, and more effective risk management – have made it increasingly important
to measure the performance of public procurement. However, many countries still have
not established a formal performance management system with key performance indicators.
This paper provides a comprehensive, ready-to-use performance measurement framework
for the consistent assessment of procurement processes. The framework should also
support data-based policy- and decision making in public procurement.
Published on August 08, 2023
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