Key Resources

 

The Key Resources provides a wealth of information relevant to procurement capacity development. The resources are categorised by focus area and, where applicable, regions and countries. All documents and links are further grouped by document category e.g. methodologies and toolkits, newsletters, etc. Read about document categories here.

 

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Documents and links by category (total: 289)

Methodologies and Toolkits 129 documents/links
Laws and Regulations 118 documents/links
Procurement Instructions and Manuals 96 documents/links
Assessments and Studies 301 documents/links
Policy and Strategy Documents 196 documents/links
Articles and Literature 299 documents/links
Relevant Websites 289 documents/links
PCDC Newsletters28 documents/links
UA-Tenders.com (Website)
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Uploaded: 2013-11-25   Download (external site)+ Read summary
This Russian language website provides information about Ukrainian tenders, public procurement law and education opportunities. The website contains a national public procurement database, news, applied research, publications, laws and regulations, legal consultations, upcoming seminars and events. (Please note: Some information requires subscription.)
Partnership for Public Procurement (website)
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Uploaded: 2013-09-24   Download (external site)+ Read summary
Founded in 2011 by CIPS and NIGP, this website contains tools, processes, guidance and standards for public procurement.
Colombia Compra Eficiente (website)
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Uploaded: 2013-05-03   Download (external site)+ Read summary
Colombia Compra Eficiente ofrece a los partícipes de la compra pública herramientas para facilitar los procesos y fortalecer sus capacidades para obtener mayor valor del dinero público invertido en el sistema de compras y contratación pública colombiana.
HAPPI Project (website)
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Uploaded: 2013-05-03   Download (external site)+ Read summary
Healthy Ageing – Public Procurement of Innovations (HAPPI) is a European project aimed at linking together European organisations involved in public sector health procurement in order to identify innovative and sustainable products and solutions to help people age well.
SKI (website)
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Uploaded: 2013-05-01   Download (external site)+ Read summary
Statens og Kommunernes Indkøbs Service A/S establishes framework contracts between the public sector in Denmark and private sector companies. It is SKI’s aim to promote effective public purchasing in Denmark.
Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies, University of Bangor (website)
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Uploaded: 2013-02-15   Download (external site)+ Read summary
This is the website of the Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies (ICPS) of the University of Bangor.
EBRD and UNCITRAL Initiative on Enhancing Public Procurement Regulation in the CIS Countries and Mongolia (website)
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Uploaded: 2013-02-15   Download (external site)+ Read summary
The EBRD and UNCITRAL Initiative on Enhancing Public Procurement Regulation in the CIS Countries and Mongolia was designed to promote the updated, revised 2011 - UNCITRAL Model Law on Public Procurement (UNCITRAL PP Model Law) and encourage upgraded public procurement regulation in the CIS countries and Mongolia to the new standard.
Pro5 (website)
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Uploaded: 2012-11-26   Download (external site)+ Read summary
Pro5’s purchasing and procurement portal provides easy access to a range of compliant framework agreements covering thousands of products and services.
NEPO Portal (website)
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Uploaded: 2012-11-26   Download (external site)+ Read summary
Established in 1976, the North East Procurement Organisation (NEPO) undertakes high-value procurement in major strategic areas of spend (such as construction, energy, and social care) on behalf of the twelve north east English local authorities and a range of associate members.
Capacity Development Facilities (website)
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Uploaded: 2012-11-09   Download (external site)+ Read summary
This website provides information on Capacity Development Facilities and how to establish and manage them.
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