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Training and Public Integrity Network Meeting on Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement

06 November 2018 to 08 November 2018
Astana
Kazakhstan

About 50 participants from over 20 countries learned how to prevent and detect corruption in public procurement in a two-day training program organized by ADB's Office of Anticorruption and Integrity in cooperation with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development and United Nations Development Programme Regional Hub in Bangkok, and hosted by the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan. A Public Integrity Network Meeting, held after the training,  focused on sharing achievements and challenges in promoting anticorruption in procurement, presented effective tools to fight corruption, and discussed anticorruption agencies’ role in preventing integrity violations during procurement.

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
06 Nov 2018 Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement Training on Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement
    
06 Nov 2018 Training Topics Workshop Introduction and Context Setting
06 Nov 2018 Key Procurement Concepts
06 Nov 2018 Doing the Hands-on Procurement Bid Evaluation
06 Nov 2018 Bid Evaluation, Negotiation, Fraud Concepts
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
07 Nov 2018 Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement Training on Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement - Day 2
    
07 Nov 2018 Training Topics Fraud Detection Concepts
07 Nov 2018 Vulnerabilities in the Procurement Process
07 Nov 2018 Final Case Study
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
08 Nov 2018 Session 1: Challenges in Fighting Corruption in Public Procurement Kazakhstan: Towards Integrity and Accountability
The key priorities towards accountability, public oversight, transparency, meritocracy, and rule of law in Kazakhstan.
Olzhas Bektenov
08 Nov 2018 Session 1: Challenges in Fighting Corruption in Public Procurement Challenges in Fighting Corruption in Public Procurement: Thailand Experience
The cause of public procurement corruption and concept of preventive measure in Thailand.
Nitiyaporn Imjai
08 Nov 2018 Session 1: Challenges in Fighting Corruption in Public Procurement Challenges in Fighting Corruption in Public Procurement: Hong Kong Experience
Hong Kong’s experience in overcoming challenges in fighting corruption in public procurement, ICAC’s role, achievements, and challenges due ...
Kenny Fok
08 Nov 2018 Session 2: Effective Tools to Prevent Corruption in Public Procurement 25+ Years of Integrity Pacts: New Lessons Emerging and the Move to Clean Contracting
The three pillars of the clean contracting manifesto: open data, civil society monitoring, and engagement of affected communities.  ...
Claire Martin
08 Nov 2018 Session 2: Effective Tools to Prevent Corruption in Public Procurement ADB's Proactive Integrity Reviews
Project procurement-related reviews (PPRRs) or proactive integrity reviews are conducted by OAI to help prevent and detect integrity violations...
Lorraine Wang
08 Nov 2018 Session 2: Effective Tools to Prevent Corruption in Public Procurement Tackling Corruption Through Open Government
Open Government Partnership (OGP) as an implementation and accountability platform for anti-corruption commitments that have been developed ...
Sandra Pernar
08 Nov 2018 Session 3: Corruption Risks in Public Procurement Corruption Risks in Public Procurement: An overview over issues and tools
The risks and risk management in public procurement, the procurement cycle and risks along the different stages, and OECD instruments on corruption...
Lena Diesing
08 Nov 2018 Session 3: Corruption Risks in Public Procurement UNDP Guidebook on Tackling Integrity Risks in Government Contracts - An Overview
The practical methodology to help countries diagnose integrity risks in the public procurement system and processes, as well as the proper actions...
Peder Blomberg
08 Nov 2018 Session 3: Corruption Risks in Public Procurement Anti-Corruption Measures in Public Procurement
The Committee for Public Procurement of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Kazakhstan, how the Public Procurement Portal operates, and...
Zhaidar Inkerbayev
08 Nov 2018 Session 4: Technologies for Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement Anticorruption Cases through KONEPS: Korean Experience
The Anti-Corruption Policies in Procurement and 2018 Anti-Corruption Policies of the Public Procurement Services of the Republic of Korea...
Seokyoon Cho
08 Nov 2018 Session 4: Technologies for Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement Georgian eGP eTools, Modules and eServices Mitigating Possible Corruption Risks
The video describes the ways in which current e-procurement system in Georgia increases transparency, promotes fair competition and eliminates...
David Jaiani
08 Nov 2018 Session 4: Technologies for Preventing Corruption in Public Procurement Mobilizing Big Data to Prevent Corruption in Public Procurement
The kinds of data that can help prevent corruption and three options for tapping into Big Data analytics.
Isabelle Adam
08 Nov 2018 Session 5: Civil Society as an Anticorruption Ally to Safeguard Procurement Progress of Public Procurement Monitoring in Thailand 2018
The Anti-Corruption Prevention in Public Procurement Committee in Thailand, its key attributes of monitoring process, the non-financial impact...
Kittidej Chantangkul
08 Nov 2018 Session 5: Civil Society as an Anticorruption Ally to Safeguard Procurement Civil Society as an Anticorruption Ally to Safeguard Procurement: Georgia's Case
Civil society plays a great role as an anticorruption ally in safeguarding procurement in Georgia.
Giorgi Lomtadze
08 Nov 2018 Session 5: Civil Society as an Anticorruption Ally to Safeguard Procurement Role of Civil Society Organizations in Monitoring Public Procurement - Challenges and Opportunities
Civil Society Organizations play an important role in increasing transparency and reducing corruption in public procurement, but face challenges...
Ram Janakiram

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