Penza region 20th in regional procurement effectiveness rating
Penza, 7 July 2016. PenzaNews. The Penza region has been placed 20th in the Q1 2016 regional procurement effectiveness rating prepared by the Russian government analysis center.
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According to available information, the Penza region was placed 74 in 2015.
Moreover, the Penza region finished 23rd in the Q1 2016 rating for regional and municipal procurement competitiveness, 53rd in the money saving rating, and 42nd in planning effectiveness rating.
Also, the region holds the 26th place in the Federal Antimonopoly Service procurement complaints rating, with 0.12% of reasonable and 0.09% partially reasonable complaints in the rating.
Also, the Penza region ended up the bottom of the top 50 regions with suspicious procurements (that may be related to violations or notable breaches).
The current regional procurement effectiveness region is the first one, with the plans to make it biannual.
The rating is developed for independent evaluation of procurement quality and effectiveness on regional and municipal levels, and is based on five parameters weighted independently for the overall mark.
The evaluations are based on the “Zakupka360” database, which contains the information about official online state and municipal procurement auctions.
The 2015 leaders of the rating were the Kaluga and Yaroslavle regions, who took the first and second places respectively. They remain in the top three in 2016, with the Lipetsk region advancing to the first place, and also maintain in the top 15 in all criteria.
The top ten of the rating also includes St. Petersburg, Chuvashia, Novosibirsk region, Altai Krai, Udmurtia, Tatarstan, Sverdlovsk region and Kirov region.
The underdog of the Q1 2106 rating is North Ossetia, who held the 82nd place (out of 85) in 2015. Kalmykia – the previous underdog – advanced to the 78th place thanks to reduced number of procurements with violations and a low level of suspicious procurements.