Second U.S. Consultations on the Government Procurement and Public- Private Partnerships for Procurement Officials from the Kyrgyz Republic

September 13, 2018 - September 17, 2018

CLDP will host the Second U.S. Consultations on the Government Procurement and Public- Private Partnerships for 7 procurement officials from the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic. The Consultations will take place in Washington D.C. on September 13-17, 2018 and will help strengthen the capacity of the Ministry of Finance Training Center to provide public procurement trainings and certifications.

As part of its ongoing engagement with the Government of Kyrgyzstan, CLDP, in cooperation with the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic held a week-long U.S.-based Consultations on certification levels in procurement training on October 2017 for 5 procurement officials from the Kyrgyz Republic. Through the meetings with U.S. government, commercial, and academic providers of procurement training, as well as with practitioners involved in implementing public-private partnerships in the U.S., the visiting delegation examined the training for various certification levels with respect to content, duration of training, and faculty and saw training and instruction in process. Based on the lessons learned during their first U.S. based consultations, in March 2018, the Ministry of Finance Training Center launched the Unified Information System for Electronic Testing and Generation of Certificates for Public Procurement. The Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic also approved the Road Map and Regulation on Certification of Public Procurement Specialists; as well as the Levels of Certification of Public Procurement Specialists.

The second U.S. consultations will build upon the last year’s meetings and provide additional training on the certification process, certification development plan and training the specialists in public procurement. The upcoming Consultations will contribute to assisting the Kyrgyz Republic develop the capacity of its procurement officials and procurement trainers, increase the transparency and effectiveness of its government procurement and procurement training systems, open the procurement and PPP markets to a greater number of suppliers and potential participants, and decrease opportunities for corruption, waste, and mismanagement in government procurement.

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