The Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure is one of the largest procuring organizations of the country, vast portion of whose state procurements accounts for construction works.
This report by Transparency International Georgia gives user-friendly summaries of audits conducted by the State Audit Office of Georgia in 2013.
6 December 2013, TBILISI – Transparency International (TI) Georgia analyzed more than 430,000 non-competitive government contracts awarded between December 2010 and September 2013. In 2011, the government issued direct contracts worth more than GEL 959 million, GEL 1.17 billion in 2012 and approximately 450 million in the first nine months of 2013.
Today, on 3rd December InterPress News reported that citizens were being evacuated from Justice House – the public service hall in central Tbilisi, due to the high winds that had caused a partial collapse of the roof and neces
Tbilisi City Hall is currently in the process of making the largest publicly tendered government purchase of this year: Tbilisi is planning to buy 100 new passenger buses for up to GEL 55 million – GEL 550,000 per bus.
Georgia’s E-procurement platform is one of the most transparent in the world but because of loopholes, too many contracts bypass the system
Tbilisi – June 14, 2013. The official electronic procurement system through which the government does its contracting is state of the art and among the most transparent and efficient systems in the world, a new report by Transpar
Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index: 70% of governments fail to protect against corruption in the defence sector
Only half of all countries do not publish their defence budget, or provide only very limited aggregate information, this new Transparency International survey finds
On 24 April, we posted an article on our blog, discussing the tender for the planting of trees on Baratashvili Street and urging the City Hall to offer an explanation regarding that the contract signed by the Tbilisi City Hall and the Greenservice company.