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Preventing Corruption in African Procurement

This paper discusses some of the ingredients for building stronger systems. It examines public procurement - the purchasing of goods and services by government departments or state-owned enterprises - which involves enormous sums of money, and there…

A Diagnosis of the Public Procurement System in Kenya

For a country of its income level and without much endowments with natural resources from which to extract rents, Kenya’s revenue mobilisation effort which fluctuates between 18-20% of the Gross Domestic Product is impressive. And yet despite this e…

Embracing Open Contracting in Africa: Case Studies from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi, Zambia, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire

Governments worldwide spend an estimated US$ 10 trillion on public contracting. It is a major part of any economy - up to 30 percent in developing countries. According to the World Bank, public procurement accounts for nearly 15 percent of GDP per c…

Strengthening Rwandan Administrative Justice: Public Procurement and Administrative Justice

Public procurement at the district level has a profound impact on businesses of all sizes and types in Rwanda and helps shape overall opinions about the state of the investment climate in the country. The perceived fairness of procurement processes …

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