Action Plan / Roadmap - Tajikistan PRINT E-mail

Country Project progress report for Tajikistan

  Phase 0

  Preparatory Missions 2012, closed

  Phase 1

  March 2013-June 2014, closed

  Phase 2

  June 2014-June 2015, in progress



Reform agenda

Reform Agenda priorities agreed at the EBRD UNCITRAL Initiative Workshop in October 2012:

Priority 1
  ·   Development of public procurement reform programme and strategy
  ·   Assistance to the Public Procurement Agency in revising strategy for national public procurement reform and eProcurement reforms, in order to include a strategy for the WTO GPA negotiations and the WTO GPA Accession Plan
  ·   Preparation of the Road Map for Implementation of the Public Procurement Reform, coordinating roles and responsibilities in the reform process and international donors’ support to the reform project

Priority 2 
  ·   Assistance in public procurement legislative reform
  ·   Review of the new draft legislation regarding compliance with 2011 UNCITRAL Model Law (ML) and mandatory requirements of 2012 GPA

Priority 3 
  ·   Policy advise and capacity building for eProcurement reform development and implementation

 

Road map/action plan

Priority 1
  ·  Regulatory capacity building on the 2011 UNCITRAL ML and the 2012 WTO GPA.
  ·  Assisting the Public Procurement Agency of Tajikistan in revising strategy for national public procurement reform and eProcurement reform, in order to enable the WTO GPA accession.
  ·  Preparation of the Road Map for Public Procurement Reform, coordinating roles and responsibilities in the reform process and international donors’ support to the national reform project.

Priority 2
  ·  Review of the draft primary and secondary legislation, prepared by the international consultant hired under the World Bank-funded project, on compliance with 2011 UNCITRAL and 2012 GPA.
  ·  Developing dedicated TC for assistance in the GPA negotiation process, to be implemented under the EBRD GPA TC Facility.

Priority 3
  ·  Diagnosis of the progress of the eProcurement reform and its further development.
  ·  Regulatory capacity building on the eProcurement policy standards.
  ·  Support in implementation of the first stage of eProcurement reform in Tajikistan.

 
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