Public procurement reform: assessing interventions aimed at improving transparency: Rapid Evidence Assessment

This Rapid Evidence Assessment examines evidence on the impact of public procurement reform and interventions

Abstract

This Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA) examines evidence on the impact of public procurement reform and interventions. The research question for this REA is:

  • What is the effectiveness of different interventions that aim to improve the transparency of public procurement?

The accompanying sub-questions are:

  1. What is the impact of improved procurement on accountability, anti-corruption and service delivery?
  2. Is it possible to produce key success criteria?

Citation

Telgen, J., van der Krift, J., and Wake, A. (2016). Public procurement reform: Assessing interventions aimed at improving transparency. Department for International Development, London (2016), vi, 34p

Public procurement reform: assessing interventions aimed at improving transparency: Rapid Evidence Assessment

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