Methodological Aspects of Employing a Competency-Based Approach within the System of Management of Public Procurement: International Experience
Over the course of several decades, international practice in the area of development of the institution of public procurement has produced a number of uniform approaches to cultivating relevant competencies in managers at public procurement agencies with a view to enhancing their management skills. Monitoring the outcomes of procurement activity enables various nations around the world to resolve the issue of establishing the optimum number and line-up of public contracting specialists based on the analysis of their qualification levels, experience, and theoretical training. Concurrently, relevant research is conducted into the quality of education in public procurement (training courses; career enhancement and professional retraining programs). Public procurement practice has proven the necessity of having in place a long-term policy for enhancing the skills of managers and specialists employed within the procurement sector.
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