In many countries, the government is the largest consumer of goods, works and services on the market. The volume of public procurement of goods, works and services in the member countries of the World Trade Organization (WTO) ranges from 10 to 20% of gross domestic product (GDP).
The World Bank, recognizing the importance of institutional strengthening of the public procurement system of the Kyrgyz Republic, launched a project named Creation of a Public Procurement and Logistics Observatory (PPLO) in the Kyrgyz Republic at the Department of Logistics of the Kyrgyz State Technical University named after I. Razzakov on May 13, 2020.
In this center, independent research, analyses and the dissemination of information on the transparency and accountability of the procurement system will be conducted, covering not only Kyrgyzstan but also the whole Central Asia.
Through the PPLO website, our advisory team also aims to inform the public about the laws and frameworks that govern procurement processes. There is an extensive library that provides greater access to the world's procurement literature. In the publications section, you can find experts’ works on industry procurement issues. The website also serves as a platform for bringing together experts and stakeholders to discuss procurement-related issues.
The list of the members of the think tank advisory team of the PPLO is given below with information about their research activities and experience. The appointment of the team’s members is based on their background and experience and the team consists of a diverse team of senior logistics and procurement professionals. Read more
The PPLO work plan is for three years (2020-2023), outlining the main activities. Download
The regulations of the Public Procurement and Logistics Observatory (PPLO) in the Kyrgyz Republic at the Department of Logistics of the Kyrgyz State Technical University is the main document regulating the internal procedures and the organizational structure of the PPLO. Download