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El presente Estudio de Caso está basado en la cooperación técnica (CT) realizada para la implementación de una licitación piloto en República Dominicana. La CT fue liderada por la Organización de los Estados Americanos (OEA), como Secretaría Técnica de la Red Interamericana de Compras Gubernamentales (RICG), con apoyo técnico del Instituto Internacional de Desarrollo Sostenible (IISD), y el financiamiento del Centro Internacional de Investigaciones para el Desarrollo (IDRC) de Canadá.
El presente Estudio de Caso sobre El Salvador, está basado en la cooperación técnica¹ solicitada en el año 2016 por la Unidad de Adquisiciones y Contrataciones de la Administración Pública (UNAC) del Ministerio de Hacienda, a la Organización de los Estados Americanos (OEA) como Secretaría Técnica de la Red Interamericana de Compras Gubernamentales (RICG).
The Public Procurement Service (PPS) of the Republic of Korea hosted the Korea- LAC Electronic Government Procurement Training
On March 6-11, 2017 the Public Procurement Service (PPS) of the Republic of Korea hosted the Korea- LAC Electronic Government Procurement Training in Seoul and Gimcheon with support from the Inter-American Development Bank.

Election of the President of the INGP 2015-2017

XI Annual Conference of the INGP, Dominican Republic 2015
During the private session of the XI Annual Conference of the INGP 2015 in Dominican Republic, Ms. Trinidad Inostroza, Director of ChileCompra was elected President of the INGP for the next two years (2015-2017).
Measuring the impact and progress of sustainable public procurement in Latin America and the Caribbean
Sustainable public procurement (SPC) is considered one of the great engines to promote a green and sustainable economy in developing countries. For this reason, several international cooperation programs exist to finance projects and activities to promote the implementation of this approach to public procurement and some countries are already investing in local funds for this approach. As a result, several countries in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) are showing great progress and encouraging results.
Implementing Sustainable Public Procurement in Latin America and the Caribbean
Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) is about ensuring that the products and services purchased by governments are as sustainable as possible, both in the sense of generating the lowest possible environmental impact, and in the sense of producing the most positive social impacts. By redesigning procurement policies and procedures, governments can trigger multiplier benefits internally and across society, creating efficiency gains, energy and financial savings, improved access to services and better working conditions. SPP can serve as a key policy driver allowing governments to use their purchasing power and regulatory influence to reshape markets.
Panama Designates Jindriska Barakat as Deputy Director for the National Procurement Agency
Jindriska Barakat Pitty was designated by the National Assembly of Panama as Deputy Director of the National Procurement Agency of Panama (DGCP)
“IV Central America and Dominican Republic Forum on Transparency, Equity, and Access to Public Procurement, with an emphasis on MSMEs.”
The Dominican Republic will host the “IV Central America and Dominican Republic Forum on Transparency, Equity, and Access to Public Procurement, with an emphasis on MSMEs.” The Forum is organized by the National Office of Procurement of the Dominican Republic, with the support of Transparency International, the Ministry of the Executive, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, within the framework of the Presidency of the Central American Integration System (SICA) Sistema de Integración Centroamericano .
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