|Action Plan / Roadmap - Country Project|
Country Project progress report for Mongolia
Road map/Action plan
(a) Public procurement regulatory capacity building, including training sessions regarding key concepts of the 2011 UNCITRAL Model Law (ML), the 2012 WTO GPA requirements and implementation of eProcurement tools and practices compliant with the UNCITRAL ML standards.
(b) Diagnostic of the eProcurement reform project in progress and policy advice and recommendations for its further development in compliance with the 2011 UNCITRAL ML.
(c) Assistance in preparation of strategic reform documents, including preparation of the legislative reform concept and revision of the existing reform Action Plan, coordinating roles and responsibilities in the reform process and international donors support to the reform project.
(d) Legislative review of existing primary and secondary legislation in order to identify reasons for reform implementation problems.
(e) Support in drafting secondary legislation designed for implementing eProcurement procedures in practice, providing review and comments based on the recommendations arising from the 2011 UNCITRAL Model Law on framework agreements in particular.
(f) Policy advice and support in drafting secondary legislation designed for establishing suitable institutional and planning procedures and long-term methodology for implementation of framework agreements for the shopping-mall available on the Mongolian eProcurement platform.
(g) Assistance of local eProcurement adviser with knowledge of international standards that will support internal team and conduct research on implementation of framework agreements and market research and preparation of the standard technical specifications for goods categories selected for piloting framework agreements.
(h) Assistance of local legal and/or policy adviser with knowledge of international standards that will support internal team at the Government Procurement Agency throughout the public procurement legislative reform and implementation of the new public procurement legislation in practice.