Comprising five organizations, The World Bank helps to promote sustainable development in partner countries by providing financing, sharing knowledge, and working with the public and private sectors. In the Fiscal year 2016, it approved a total of $46 Billion for 275 projects.
The World Bank’s new Procurement Framework was approved in July 2015 to modernize the procurement policy and maximize the strategic role of procurement in achieving key development effectiveness goals. Mandatory for all lending operations after July 1, 2016, the new Framework emphasizes flexibility, quality, and greater value for public spending, while enabling adaptation to country contexts.
This specialist course – Procurement Management of Equipment and Works for World Bank Aided Projects – will help many professionals to understand the Modernized Procurement Framework (WBPF) and how to find Bidding opportunities.
This seminar will highlight:
- World Bank Procurement Framework
- Procedures for soliciting competitive bids
- What makes a successful bid
- Process of Procurement Planning
Please contact our Training & Competencies Counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and to join one of the sessions.