This regional TA is part of COSO's response to the action plan that followed the project implementation working group's findings to support increased executing agency procurement capacity and project management skills. The regional TA puts effective project implementation at the core of good project management and provides capacity building support for project implementation. Since 1978, ADB has funded project implementation and administration seminars with TA grants to strengthen the capacity of borrowers and executing agencies to manage projects financed by ADB. Senior and mid-level officials of executing agencies, central ministries, state banks, and state and provincial governments from 34 DMCs have participated in and benefited from these seminars, which have centered on policies and procedures for the procurement of goods, works, and consulting services, and for disbursement of loan and grant proceeds.
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Consulting NoticesSee also: CMS
Procurement NoticesSee also: Operational Procurement
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