GPCL was commissioned by the World Bank, on a sole source basis, to carry out in Albania an Independent Procurement Review of four projects related to Health, Roads, and Community Development.
The World Bank directly appointed GPCL to undertake the Independent Procurement Review of contracts selected from three projects in Armenia in the Power, Irrigation and Social Development sectors.
GPCL was appointed by the World Bank to carry out an Independent Procurement Review in Bosnia from Water Supply, Health, Education, Export Facilitation and Pilot Emergency Redeployment Projects.
GPCL was appointed by the World Bank, to carry out in Azerbaijan an Independent Procurement Review from six projects related to Agriculture, Highways, Irrigation, and Water Supply sectors.
GPCL was assigned the task of conducting an Independent Procurement Review in Croatia of three World Bank funded projects related to Health, Emergency Transport and De-mining.
GPCL subsequently also conducted a rapid Independent Procurement Review on behalf of the World Bank of four Bank financed projects in Croatia in sectors such as Infrastructure, Cadastre, and Health.
The World Bank directly appointed GPCL for conducting an Independent Procurement Review in Georgia of contracts selected from two projects in the Transportation and Municipal Infrastructure sectors.
GPCL’s expertise in conducting Independent Procurement Reviews led to its re-appointment in Georgia to conduct a rapid Independent Procurement Review of 12 Bank financed projects covering sectors such as Health, Education, Finance, Water Supply.
Municipal Development Fund (MDF), Republic of Georgia appointed GPCL through the positioning one of its Procurement Specialists as Consultant in Tbilisi, to provide full time advice on procurement and contract related aspects over a period of 18 months, for the implementation of Rural and Community Development projects funded by the World Bank. Assignment also included training of MDF personnel, conducted in Russian and English, in the efficient handling of procurement related issues.
Ministry of Health, Kyrgyz Republic appointed GPCL to conduct Procurement Post Review for 3 financial years for the World Bank funded Health and Social Protection (Sector Wise Approach) Project for the year 2012-2014.
GPCL was assigned the task of conducting in Moldova an Independent Procurement Review, in six World Bank funded projects related to Social Investment / Protection, Energy, Health, Trade and Transportation sectors.
GPCL was appointed by the World Bank to undertake in Poland an Independent Procurement Review from Power Transmission, Flood Emergency, Roads, Water Supply and Sanitation, and Health Services projects.
The World Bank invited GPCL to undertake an Independent Procurement Review exercise of five projects in Romania, covering the Agriculture, Finance, Mining, Trade and Transportation sectors.
Duly considering GPCL’s earlier performance in Poland and Bosnia, the World Bank directly appointed GPCL to conduct an Independent Procurement Review of 5 projects in Russia covering Transportation, Health, Housing, Education and Financial Sectors.
The World Bank appointed GPCL to carry out the Procurement Review of the Bursa Water Supply Project and the Agriculture Reform Implementation Project in Turkey.
GPCL returned to Turkey to conduct an Independent Procurement Review of six Bank financed projects in sectors such as Health, Power, Education, Environment, and Agriculture.
GPCL deputed its Procurement Expert to Uzbekistan to assist SGS, Geneva, which was assigned an Independent Procurement Review of World Bank funded projects in Uzbekistan.