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|Procurement Innovation Challenge top case story award winners|
|Written by Peter Trepte|
|Tuesday, 29 May 2012 13:27|
As previously reported, the Public Procurement Research Group, University of Nottingham (PPRG) has been participating in the Procurement Innovation Challenge - an initiative of the World Bank Institute (WBI) in partnership with UN Procurement Capacity Development Centre (UNPCDC), Public Procurement Research Group, University of Nottingham (PPRG), Making Integrity Work (Tiri) and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). This is a collaborative challenge to identify and showcase innovative approaches to procurement reform.
Following a peer review, two case story authors were awarded a subscription to the Public Procurement Law Review (PPRL) as prizes offered jointly by the PPRG and the publishers of the PPLR, Sweet & Maxwell:
a) Anthony Flynn from Dublin City University, Ireland for the case story: "Leveraging e-Procurement Databases for Public Procurement Research"
b) Matej Kurian from Transparency International Slovakia, Slovak Republic for the case story: "Open Public Procurement Portal: Making Use of the Procurement Data"
All official case stories are showcased in the ProAct community website (www.pro-act.org/).