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EBRD Names Strengths of Georgia’s State Procurement System

Representative of EBRD Eliza Niewiadomska assesses Georgia’s state Procurement system. On a question, how to prevent State procurement from fitted tenders on specified companies, she outlined that Georgia has an appeal mechanism, compared to other countries. 

“In my opinion, Georgia has one of the transparent procurement systems. And if you think something goes wrong, you have appeal system for this kind of situation. This is your achievement. Of course there will be some cases when, companies will have claims that tenders are fitted on specific businesses, however Georgia has appeal mechanism while other countries have none. 

Eliza Niewiadomska is a principal counsel in charge of the public procurement sector at the Legal Transition Programme of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London. A senior legal expert with over twelve years of professional experience in legal advice and procurement management, gained at key positions in government in Poland.