Reform of the Ministry of Defence procurement Ukraine

  • Problem

    Unregulated Ukrainian legislation in the sphere of public procurements, primarily paper-based document control and lack of transparent and fair tender procedures result in the inefficient use of public money and corruption. As a result, the level of logistical support of the army drops and poor quality equipment and weapon systems are procured putting at risk security of forces and the public.

     
  • Decision

    Total replacement of all procurement rules and procedures, e-procurement and e-document control systems implementation. Qualification evaluation of MOD Public Procurement Department staff and replace employees, if necessary. Establishment of a new procurement component to join the NATO Support and Procurement Agency’s services and projects.

  • Done

  • MOD became the first ministry to use e-auctions for procurements
  • Started on integration with NATO Support and Procurement Agency’s services and projects
  • Approved approach to re-organization of МОD's Public Procurement Department
  • MOD procurement web-site established
  • Transition to e-document control in progress
  • Next steps

  • Draft documents concerning joining of NAVY logistics partnership and military medical assistance partnership
  • Establish an e-procurement sector at the Public Procurement Department
  • Complete e-document control system deployment
 
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MOD personnel studies key principles of the EU Defence Procurement Directive
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Kyiv hosts 26th Random Brokerage Services Users' Conference
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Kyiv hosts 26th Random Brokerage Services Users' Conference
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