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Author Quinot, Geo
Title Public Procurement Regulation in Africa
Imprint Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013
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Descript 1 online resource (450 pages)
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Tables -- Notes on the contributors -- Editors -- Other contributors -- Preface and acknowledgments -- Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction -- 1. Background -- 2. Structure of the study -- 3. Principles and aims of public procurement regulation29 -- Part I Country studies -- 2 The regulatory framework for public procurement in Botswana -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Introduction to the public procurement system -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. The objectives of public procurement policy -- 2.3. Nature and organisation of public procurement -- 2.3.1. The Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Board -- 2.3.2. Committees -- 2.3.3. Procuring entities -- 2.3.4. Oversight institutions -- 2.4. The legal regime on public procurement -- 2.5. Public procurement regulation: the context -- 3. Coverage of the public procurement rules -- 3.1. Procuring entities -- 3.2. Type of procurement subject to regulation -- 4. Public procurement procedures -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Procurement planning and registration -- 4.3. Procurement method and procedures -- 4.4. Criteria for awarding contracts -- 5. Concluding remarks -- 3 The regulatory framework for public procurement in Ethiopia -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Introduction to the public procurement system -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. The objectives of public procurement policy -- 2.3. Nature and organisation of public procurement -- 2.4. The legal regime on public procurement -- 3. Coverage of the public procurement rules -- 3.1. Procuring entities -- 3.2. Type of procurement subject to regulation -- 4. Public procurement procedures -- 5. Concluding remarks -- 4 The regulatory framework for public procurement in Ghana -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Introduction to the public procurement system -- 2.1. The objectives of public procurement policy -- 2.2. Nature and organisation of public procurement
2.3. The legal regime on public procurement -- 2.4. Public procurement regulation: the context -- 3. Coverage of the public procurement rules -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Procurement entities -- 3.3. Type of procurement subject to regulation -- 3.4. Exceptions -- 4. Public procurement procedures -- 4.1. Procurement procedures -- 4.2. Advertising contracts -- 4.3. Supplier lists and responsibility determinations -- 4.4. Contract award criteria -- 5. Concluding remarks -- 5 The regulatory framework for public procurement in Kenya -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Introduction to the public procurement system -- 2.1. The objectives of public procurement policy -- 2.2. The nature and organisation of public procurement -- 2.3. The legal regime on public procurement -- 2.4. Public procurement regulation: the context -- 3. Coverage of the public procurement rules -- 3.1. Procuring entities -- 3.2. Type of procurement subject to regulation -- 4. Public procurement procedures -- 5. Concluding remarks -- 6 The regulatory framework for public procurement in Namibia -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Introduction to the public procurement system -- 2.1. The objectives of public procurement policy -- 2.2. Nature and organisation of public procurement -- 2.3. The legal regime on public procurement -- 2.4. Public procurement regulation: the context -- 3. Coverage of the public procurement rules -- 3.1. Procuring entities -- 3.1.1. Introduction -- 3.1.2. Central government -- 3.1.3. Regional councils and local authorities -- 3.1.4. State-owned enterprises -- 3.2. Type of procurement subject to regulation -- 3.2.1. The acquisition, selling and letting of goods or services -- 3.2.2. Defence procurement -- 3.2.3. Contracts funded by international development agencies -- 3.2.4. Other potential exemptions from the Tender Board Act -- 4. Public procurement procedures
5. Concluding remarks -- 7 The regulatory framework for public procurement in Nigeria -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Introduction to the public procurement system -- 2.1. The objectives of public procurement policy -- 2.2. The nature and organisation of public procurement -- 2.3. The legal regime on public procurement -- 2.4. Public procurement regulation: the context -- 3. Coverage of the public procurement rules -- 3.1. Procuring entities -- 3.2. Type of procurement subject to regulation -- 4. Public procurement procedures -- 5. Concluding remarks -- 8 The regulatory framework for public procurement in Rwanda -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Introduction to the public procurement system -- 2.1. The objectives of public procurement policy -- 2.2. The nature and organisation of public procurement -- 2.3. The legal regime on public procurement -- 2.3.1. Primary sources of procurement law -- 2.3.2. Secondary sources of procurement law -- 2.3.3. Bodies responsible for implementation of procurement laws -- 3. Coverage of public procurement rules -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Procuring entities -- 3.3. Type of procurement subject to regulation -- 4. Public procurement procedures -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Qualification and participation -- 4.3. Award criteria and preferences -- 4.4. Enforcement mechanism and remedies -- 5. Concluding remarks -- 9 The regulatory framework for public procurement in South Africa -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Introduction to the public procurement system -- 2.1. The objectives of public procurement policy -- 2.2. The nature and organisation of public procurement -- 2.3. The legal regime on public procurement -- 3. Coverage of public procurement rules -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Procuring entities -- 3.2.1. Procuring entities under section 217 of the Constitution -- 3.2.2. Procuring entities under the Procurement Act and Regulations
3.3. Type of procurement subject to regulation -- 3.3.1. The acquisition, selling and letting of goods or services -- 3.3.2. Defence procurement -- 3.3.3. Contracts with other organs of state -- 3.3.4. Contracts that involve outside funding -- 3.3.5. Applications for exemptions from procurement regulation -- 4. Public procurement procedures -- 5. Concluding remarks -- 10 The regulatory framework for public procurement in Zimbabwe -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Introduction to the public procurement system -- 2.1. The objectives of public procurement policy -- 2.2. The nature and organisation of public procurement -- 2.3. The legal regime on public procurement -- 3. Coverage of the public procurement rules -- 3.1. Procuring entities -- 3.2. Type of procurement subject to regulation -- 3.3. Contracts with other organs of state and contracts involving outside funding -- 4. Procurement procedures -- 4.1. Overview -- 4.2. Formal tenders -- 4.3. Informal tender procedure -- 4.4. Competitive quotation procedure -- 4.5. Public interest procedure -- 4.6. Special-formal tender procedure -- 4.7. Lists of approved tenderers -- 4.8. Procurement by local authorities -- 5. Concluding remarks -- Part II Themes in public procurement regulation in Africa -- 11 Donors' influence on developing countries' procurement systems, rules and markets: a critical analysis -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Aid to Africa -- 3. Donors' aid procurement (mal)practices and their impact on recipient countries' procurement systems and markets -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Donors' institutional aid structures -- 3.3. Donors' aid procurement rules -- 3.4. International initiatives to improve coordination and harmonisation of donors' aid policies -- 3.5. Tied aid conditionality -- 3.6. Environmental conditionality in the aid procurement process
4. Donors, aid effectiveness and public procurement reforms in recipient countries -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Donors' direct influence: funding procurement reforms -- 4.3. Indirect ways of influencing procurement reforms -- 5. Concluding remarks -- 12 Procurement methods in the public procurement systems of Africa -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Influences on procurement methods in Africa -- 2.1. The UNCITRAL Model Law on procurement -- 2.2. The development banks -- 2.3. Other influences: applicable trade agreements and the influence of -foreign' systems -- 3. Overview of tendering methods -- 3.1. The 1994 UNCITRAL Model Law and its use in Africa in the context of tendering methods -- 3.2. Open tendering as the preferred method and the approach to exceptions to the preferred method -- 3.3. Restricted tendering -- 3.4. Request for quotations and other methods for low-value procurement -- 3.5. Single-source procurement -- 3.6. Two-stage tendering and other methods for complex procurement -- 3.7. Community participation -- 4. National and international methods -- 5. Methods for consultancy services -- 6. Procurement of common use items, supplier lists and framework agreements -- 7. E-procurement -- 8. Concluding remarks -- 13 A comparative perspective on supplier remedies in African public procurement systems -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Basic structure of challenge proceedings -- 3. Single or multiple remedies regimes -- 4. Standstill period -- 5. Temporary or interim relief -- 6. Final relief -- 6.1. Invalidation -- 6.2. Compensation -- 7. Concluding remarks -- 14 A perspective on corruption and public procurement in Africa -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The concept, nature and consequences of corruption -- 2.1. Defining corruption -- 2.2. The nature of corruption -- 2.2.1. Introduction -- 2.2.2. Economic theories of corruption
2.2.3. Political theories on corruption
This book examines the regulatory rules on public procurement in selected African countries and provides a comparative analysis of key regulatory issues
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
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