Methodology for Detecting Hidden Conflicts of Interest

Are you ready for eProcurement? Guide to Electronic Procurement Platform

The Principles of Public Administration

The Public Administration Principles outlined in this publication, a result of a long-standing successful partnership between the European Commission and the OECD/SIGMA, will greatly facilitate progress on this challenging agenda

Strategy for development of the Public Procurement System in Montenegro for the period 2011-2015

This Strategy is based on and derived from the Program of priorities in harmonization of the legislation, aimed at implementing the obligations stemming from the European partnership and the ones defined in the National Program of Integration of Montenegro into the EU for the period 2011 – 2015, the Action Plan for the fight against corruption and organized crime for the period 2011-2014, the Stabilization and Association Agreement, the Government Work Plan and other Government documents that tackle public procurement from various aspects.

World Bank – Public Procurement Management Performance Report

This is the second PEFA assessment for Montenegro and reflects data for the years 2010 to 2012. The first assessment was published July 2009 based on 2005 to 2007 data. There has been progress in many areas between the two assessments, particularly in regard to aggregate revenue outturn (PI-3), expenditure payment arrears (PI-4), classification of the budget (PI-5), management of cash, debt and guarantees (PI-17), effectiveness of payroll controls (PI-18), procurement controls, competition and value for money (PI-19), legislative scrutiny of external audit reports (PI-28) and use of national procedures for international aid (D-3).