Participation in Public Procurement Processes (MN0038)
Action Plan: Mongolia Action Plan 2019-2021
Action Plan Cycle: 2019
Lead Institution: Ministry of Finance
Support Institution(s): All state budget administrators/regulators, Project implementation units, OGP Civil Society Coalition, Partnership for Procurement NGO, MonFemNet National Network, media
Policy AreasAccess to Information, Aid, Anti-Corruption, E-Government, Health, Infrastructure & Transport, Open Data, Public Participation, Public Procurement, Public Service Delivery
Increase citizens and CSO participation in procurement, contract performance and contract reporting in health and road/transport sectors and improve effectiveness, efficiency and quality of major part of public finance spending.
Brief description of commitment:
Undertake intensive actions to create integrated database on concessional loan projects/programs, aid projects, and internationally funded programs/projects and to ensure transparency and information disclosure to the public, establish systems to reflect the public opinion in the loan and aid programs and enable participation of public and CSOs in the implementation and reporting of public procurement activities.
-All information on the status of contrac performance and all other data are managed through http://opendata.tender.gov.mn website in order to continue activities on making government's procurement information complian with international open contracting standard. Outcomes of civil and CSO engagement in procurement process reported to and discussed by stakeholders on semi-annual basis.
-"Participatory" sub-working group, designated to identify needs based on participatory monitoring, established and projects and activities for 201 S and 202 planned grounded on Community Score Card results.
-National Consulting Team, responsible for developing and guiding the participatory monitoring and oversight, established through selection in compliance with Articles 35- 39 of Law on Public Procurement.
-Participatory monitoring teams with aim to develop participatory monitoring methodology and plan for health and road/transportation sectors to be selected in each aimag and capital city, in accordance with Article 52.3 of Law on Public procurement.
-Mutual Fund established by generating funds equal to 0.01 % of the work and services of the sectors and financial incentives for ensuring civi and CSO participation created.
-Glass account portal, designated to receive opinions and feedback of citizens and legal entities and getting resolved by relevan authorities, established.
1. Manage all information on the status of contract performance and all other data in the http://opendata.tender.gov.mn
2. Report and discuss outcomes of civil and CSO engagement in procurement process to/by stakeholders on semi-annual basis
3. Establish "participatory" sub-working group, designated to identify needs based on participatory monitoring, and plan projects and activities for 2019 and 202 grounded on Community Score Card results.
4. Establish National Consulting Team, responsible for developing and guiding the participatory monitoring and oversight, through selection in compliance with Articles 35- 39 of Law on Public Procurement.
5. Select and establish participatory monitorinq teams for health and road/transportation sector procurement in each aimag and capital city, in accordance with Article 52.3 of Law on Public procurement.
6. Create Glass account portal, designated to receive opinions and feedback of citizens and legal entities and resolve issues and concerns by relevant authorities.
7. Manage all information on the status of contract performance and all other data through the http://opendata.tender.gov.mn website in order to continue activities on making the government's procurement information with international open contracting standard.
8. Report and discuss outcomes of civil and CSO engagement in the procurement process to/by stakeholders on semi-annual basis
Transparent Procurement Process for Healthcare
MN0035, 2019, Anti-Corruption
Digital Participation in Education Service Provision
MN0036, 2019, E-Government
Online System for Public Services
MN0037, 2019, E-Government
Participation in Public Procurement Processes
MN0038, 2019, Access to Information
Citizen Monitoring of Local Development Fund (LDF)
MN0039, 2019, Capacity Building
Increase Public Legal Knowledge
MN0040, 2019, Access to Justice
Citizens' Satisfaction Survey
MN0041, 2019, Capacity Building
Transparent Political Party Finance
MN0042, 2019, Legislation & Regulation
Improve Governance of State Owned Enterprises
MN0043, 2019, Anti-Corruption
Beneficial Ownership Transparency
MN0044, 2019, Anti-Corruption
Contract Transparency in Extractives
MN0045, 2019, Anti-Corruption
Transparent M&E Information System
MN0046, 2019, Capacity Building
Governance of Waste Management
MN0047, 2019, E-Government
Mobile Application for Citizens Feedback and Requests
MN0022, 2016, E-Government
Improve Provision and Quality of Education and Health Services
MN0023, 2016, E-Government
Civic Engagement in Decision Making
MN0024, 2016, Legislation & Regulation
Transparent Funding of Political Parties
MN0025, 2016, Anti-Corruption
Create Favourable Environment for Media and Journalism
MN0026, 2016, Civic Space
National Action Plan for Combating Corruption
MN0027, 2016, Anti-Corruption
Transparency of Loans and Aid from Foreign Countries
MN0028, 2016, Aid
Online Registration of VAT
MN0029, 2016, Capacity Building
Improve Glass Account System
MN0030, 2016, Anti-Corruption
Make Government Procurement Process Transparent
MN0031, 2016, Anti-Corruption
Transparency of Contracts of Public Resource Exploiting
MN0032, 2016, Anti-Corruption
Information Transparency of the Owners of the Entities with Rights to Use Mineral Resources
MN0033, 2016, Anti-Corruption
Make Licenses, Information and Activities of the Companies Transparent and Effective by Government
MN0034, 2016, Anti-Corruption
Monitor and Ensure Implementation of Information Transparency and Information Access Right Act by Establishing National Information Transparency Committee and Creating Structure of Information Commissary.
MN0001, 2014, Access to Information
Modernize Performance Indicators of Information Transparency of Public Organizations Into ―”Citizen Targeted” Ones.
MN0002, 2014, Capacity Building
Launch ―Transparent Account Systemǁ in Order to Enable Consistent, Transparent Reporting to the Public and to Provide Comprehensive Information on Budget Revenue Collection, Income and Expenditure Details, as Well as Public Procurement and Investments.
MN0003, 2014, Anti-Corruption
Develop Central Information Database of Minerals, Oil, and Land Tenure License Owners, Open to the Public.
MN0004, 2014, Anti-Corruption
Ensure Transparency All Agreements on Investment, Stability and Production- Sharing of Public-Owned Resources Such as Water, Minerals, Oil and Land.
MN0005, 2014, Anti-Corruption
Publish List of Mandatory Public Information on Environment Such as Information Regarding Any Action Harmful to Natural Environment and People’S Health.
MN0006, 2014, Environment and Climate
Disclose Information to the Public Relating to Foreign Loan Assistance Projects and Programs, Including the Total Amounts, Terms, Payback Duration and General Provisions Related to the Loan Rate, Board Members, and Implementation Bodies. Information About the Terms of Implementation of the Projects as Well as General Conditions of Contracts Between Suppliers and Buyers Shall Be Disclosed as Well.
MN0007, 2014, Aid
Disclose Budget Funded Procurement Contracts Above 80.0 Million MNT
MN0008, 2014, Anti-Corruption
Ensure Civic Engagement in Planning and Developing Public Services at Central and Local Levels by Introducing Communication Channels Such as Organizing e-Conferences, Public Hearings, and Open Meetings.
MN0009, 2014, Public Participation
Launch “Smart Government” Program, for Delivering e-Public Services to the People Regardless of Distance and Location Through the Public Service Portal.
MN0010, 2014, E-Government
Create a Single Access Public Service for Citizens Without Requiring Supplementary State Registered Data, Based on Principles of “One Citizen-One Public Servant”.
MN0011, 2014, Public Service Delivery
Improve and Develop Smart e-Service Capability for “One Window-Public Service” and Introduce It as a Standard Unit of Public Service.
MN0012, 2014, E-Government
Increase Number of “Public Service Online Machines” at Local Levels for Delivering Public Services to Individuals in Remote Areas, as Well as Increase the Content of Its Data.
MN0013, 2014, E-Government
Report Public Feedback on Government Performance Received from the Government’S “11-11” Center. Government Shall Also Establish a Data System That Responds to and Tracks Petitions and Enquiries.
MN0014, 2014, Public Participation
Develop and Publish E-Mapping of Crime Occurrence.
MN0015, 2014, E-Government
Create a United Information Database on Law Enforcement Activities, Crimes and Violation Records, and Ensure That the Database Is Accessible to Relevant Bodies.
MN0016, 2014, E-Government
Introduce a System of Random Disclosure to the Public of Asset and Financial Statements of Any Public Servants.
MN0017, 2014, Anti-Corruption
Publish the Asset and Financial Statements of Officials Who Work in Organizations with a High Likelihood of Corruption Index on Websites and Ensure Citizen Monitoring.
MN0018, 2014, Anti-Corruption
Create Regulation That Repeals Decisions Made Without Due Participation of Citizens and Contradict Public Interests, as Well as Hold the Officials at Fault Accountable.
MN0019, 2014, Legislation & Regulation
Deliver the Draft Laws, Acts, Amendments and Administrative Rules to Public Attention in Due Time. in Particular, Create an Opportunity for People to Access Such Information from “Public Service Online Machines”, Citizens Chambers, and the Public Libraries at Each Provincial Level.
MN0020, 2014, Capacity Building
Strengthen the Capacity of Citizens by Implementing Certain Projects to Enhance Legal Knowledge of Target Groups Using Simple Language.
MN0021, 2014, Capacity Building