Lima, Perú. September 17th-18th, 2015.
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The Workshop on Regulatory Developments for Government Procurement, organized by the INGP through the OAS, the IDB and the OSCE took place on September 17th-18th in Lima, Perú.
The goal of this workshop was to understand and analyze regional and extra-regional regulatory developments in the provision of goods, services and infrastructure, and issues impacting its management. Also, we shared best practices implemented in Latin America and the Caribbean and identify topics, alternatives and regulatory reform experiences from countries in the region.
- Reforms and regulatory models in Latin America and the Caribbean.
- Policy reforms in the public procurement system as part of governance systems.
- Consistency on supervision rules and control in public procurement.
- Mechanisms for dispute resolution, particularly Dispute Boards.
- Reforms and regulations on the promotion of competition and sustainable procurement in the infrastructure market.
- The regulation of public-private partnership schemes faced with the state procurement rules.
The workshop had the participation of national public procurement representatives from 11 countries: Peru, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Paraguay, Guatemala, Uruguay and Honduras.