Integrity Pacts ensure transparency in all stages of the procurement process, from needs assessment to contract management and payment. They can enhance participation, competition, and accountability, ultimately contributing to greater trust, believes Wayne Wittig, Project Adviser, at the Partnership for Transparency Fund.
Find out in the February 22 edition of the "Monitoring Moldova's public procurement" newsletter what the role and impact of integrity pacts is, how the salary of construction workers in public works procurement is calculated, what challenges include the Mtender system and other interesting articles.
Also in this issue, you will discover the following topics:
NEWS: The public procurement system evaluation report according to World Bank's MAPS methodology was publicly presented
ANNOUNCEMENT: IDIS "Viitorul" announces $ 25,000 grant award for civil society in the field of public procurement monitoring
LEGISLATIVE NEWS: Violations in the procurement process are sanctioned, but not adjusted to current legislation
TRANSPARENCY: The public procurement information portal of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova was launched - achizitii.parlament.md
PUBLIC POLICIES: Government priorities in the field of public procurement in 2022
PROCUREMENTS OF WORKS: How the salary of construction workers is calculated within the procedures for public procurement of works
OPINION: Wayne Wittig "Integrity Pacts: Just the Facts”
ELECTRONIC PROCUREMENT: Electronic procurement: news and the future of the MTender electronic system
RED FLAGS: Red flags in the public procurement of the Transport Department
More information can be found in the full version of the Newsletter
This newsletter is prepared within the project “Increasing the integrity in public procurement”, implemented by Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", in partnership with Partnership for Transparency Fund (PTF)