Effective public procurement systems must be based on a sound legal and regulatory framework, which captures key policies and procedures in the form of laws, regulations, or guidelines according to the country’s legal system and traditions.
Reforming this system can be a complex and challenging process. Procurement systems must be robust enough to act as a solid foundation for cost-effective and efficient service delivery. When conducting a reform, it is essential that the process is broken down into manageable component parts to establish a cohesive road map to guide the process. This makes the transition as smooth as possible whilst ensuring that reforms survive any change of leadership or government.
Through our experience of supporting clients across the globe to implement reforms, we have the skills to effectively guide organisations on this journey. By partnering with clients to really understand their specific challenges, our procurement modernisation work is tailored to achieving individual objectives and meaningful change.