Public procurement refers to the purchase by governments and state-owned enterprises of goods, services and works. As public procurement accounts for a substantial portion of the taxpayers’ money, governments are expected to carry it out efficiently and with high standards of conduct in order to ensure high quality of service delivery and safeguard the public interest.
Infrastructure and Public Procurement - Webinar series
Stocktaking report on immediate public procurement and infrastructure responses to COVID-19
Highlights: Leveraging Responsible Business Conduct through public procurement
Reforming Public Procurement - Progress in Implementing the 2015 OECD Recommendation
Public Procurement for SMEs [report]
New policy brief - Public procurement and infrastructure governance: Initial policy responses to the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis