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Procurement Governance


The Ministry of Public Works and Transport, Royal Government of Cambodia, appointed GPCL to undertake an assignment of Capacity Building in Procurement and implementation of Good Governance Action Plan for the World Bank funded Provincial and Rural Infrastructure Project.

Inauguration of Training Sessions on Procurement and GGF Cambodia


As a part of Fiduciary Risk Assessment, DFID India appointed GPCL to carry out a Review on Procurement Systems and Organisation in the Indian State of Madhya Pradesh, particularly covering the Health, Public Health Engineering and Woman and Child Development Departments.

Appointed by DFID India, GPCL carried out a Review on Procurement Reforms in the Indian State of Andhra Pradesh. GPCL reviewed and assessed the public procurement structure and processes of the Government of Andhra Pradesh, and made recommendations on improvements, particularly in respect of transparency, accountability, more streamlined systems and improved value for money on its purchases.

DFID appointed GPCL, through a competitive selection process, to carry out the Review of Procurement Systems for Kolkata Urban Services for the Poor Program.

Against competition, DFID appointed GPCL to review the existing procurement procedures in 5 Indian States (Assam, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Uttar Pradesh) selected on a sample basis and recommend appropriate modifications to bring them on par with international best practices as a prelude to the third phase of the National HIV/ AIDS Control Program.

World Bank appointed GPCL to carry out a Procurement Capacity Assessment Study for (i) Andhra Pradesh Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project, (ii) West Bengal Health Systems Development Project, and (iii) Fourth Integrated Child Development Services Project in two states of India

A leading public sector bank in India commissioned GPCL to provide advisory services related to enhancement of procurement practices and preparation of a procurement manual for goods, works and services procured by the Bank.

Anganwadi at Choral Block in Indore, Madhya Pradesh


GPCL was selected, through an international competitive process, to assist the Government of Guyana (GOG) in “Strengthening of its Procurement Administration” under a Technical Assistance Credit from the World Bank.

Mr. Raghavan Srinivasan, GPCL’s Team Leader sharing his experience on sound procurement process with the officers of Government of Guyana


The African Development Bank appointed GPCL to carry out a Country Procurement Assessment Review (CPAR) in the Kingdom of Swaziland, in order to examine the existing public procurement framework, policies, financial controls and processes in the various Ministries and Departments, compare them with good procurement practices (regional and international) and then propose recommendations to revamp the system for better governance. GPCL’s recommendations were presented in a two day workshop attended by over 130 participants drawn from Government Departments, Parastatals, and other Stakeholders.


Interactive Workshop : Chairman of GPCL (Second from Left) is seen with Officials from Ministry of Finance, Govt. of Swaziland


GPCL assisted PLS Ramboll Management A/S of Denmark, in carrying out a Country Procurement Assessment Review (CPAR) on behalf of the World Bank in Tanzania, and also provided very valuable input to the procedures and practices in sections of the CPAR report.

Generator Set – Tanzania Social Action Fund Project


The World Bank appointed GPCL to evaluate the Public Procurement and Disposal Authority’s role in ensuring effectiveness and efficiency of Public Procurement in the National Development Plan in Uganda.

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