To do club experts making a presentation at Intercontinental Kiev about Georgian eProcurement system (Ge-GP) and Ukrainian electronic Public Procurement System Prozorro
January 31, 2017
During last seven years ToDoClub international experts Tato Urjumelashvili and David Marghania championed 3 successful e-Procurement system implementations in Georgia, Ukraine and Moldova together with international donor community and local stakeholders. ToDoClub continues active involvement in international workshops and discussions dedicated to eProcurement reforms as anti-corruption tool and sharing positive experience from mentioned three countries. ToDoClub international experts are invited to contribute to workshop on Government Procurement and Anti-Corruption organized by U.S. Department of Commerce Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP) in coordination with Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine, Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine and To Do Club.
The Workshop takes place in Kiev and lasts 2 days. On a first day Tato Urjumelashvili and David Marghania gave presentations about International Best Practices on Public Procurement as a Model for Ukraine, Challenges and Solutions. The discussion focused on the adaptation of the World Bank and Georgia’s experiences to the current practical problems of public procurement in Ukraine; On a second day To Do Club international experts presented their perspective of e-Procurement open data as anti-corruption tool during the discussion: The Perspectives of the High Anti-Corruption Court of Ukraine in the Context of the Public Procurement.