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: 1465)

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
Improving public procurement for construction SMEs
Assessments and studies
Uploaded: 2013-07-03   Download (external site)+ Read summary
This report from Federation of Master Builders (UK) examines the barriers facing SMEs when attempting to secure public sector construction contracts and makes a number of recommendations to clients and industry on how these barriers could be overcome.
New York State Procurement Guidelines
Procurement instructions and manuals
Uploaded: 2013-06-05   Download+ Read summary
The New York State Procurement Guidelines (2009) are designed to assist state agencies in making procurements efficiently and effectively by providing agency program and fiscal staff with a source of basic, systematic guidance about state procurement policies and practices.
Administrative Preparedness: Emergency Procurement Strategies for Health Departments
Articles and literature
Uploaded: 2013-06-05   Download+ Read summary
The National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) developed this report to assist health department officials and fiscal agents in assessing their day-to-day procurement capacity and capability and establishing what impact an emergency may have on the procurement processes within their agencies.
Reforma de Estado. Volumen II: Dirección Pública y Compras Públicas
Assessments and studies
Uploaded: 2013-05-20   Download (external site)+ Read summary
Este documento contiene un diagnóstico y propuestas de reforma para el sistema de compras y contrataciones públicas.
The rules of procedure for public procurement
Laws and regulations
Uploaded: 2013-05-20   Download+ Read summary
These detailed rules and procedures are intended to to fulfil the objectives and to implement the provisions of the Procurement Law in Afghanistan.
Procurement Law, Afghanistan, 2008
Laws and regulations
Uploaded: 2013-05-20   Download+ Read summary
This is the 2008 Procurement Law from Afghanistan, with amendments from 2009.
Public Procurement Benchmark 2012 Survey Report
Assessments and studies
Uploaded: 2013-05-13   Download+ Read summary
NIGP’s Public Procurement Benchmarking Survey is a standardized process for gathering key public sector procurement data so that individual agencies have a structured way to compare their operations to those of other public procurement agencies.
PCDC Newsletter: Volume 29, May 2013
PCDC Newsletters
Uploaded: 2013-05-03   Download+ Read summary
This is the Procurement Capacity Development Centre (PCDC) newsletter, published in May 2013.
Colombia Compra Eficiente (website)
Relevant websites
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)
Relevant websites
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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.
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