This publication is the Executive summary of the MAPS Assessment Report for Lebanon.
It provides, for the first time in Lebanon, evidence on the level of performance of the procurement system.
Only 5% of the 210 qualitative and quantitative indicators of the assessment methodology have fully met the international standards, giving a strong signal of the importance of an informed policy process and the urgency to have a strategic vision for procurement reform in the country.
The MAPS assessment, conducted in 2019-20 in consultation with +100 stakeholders, with the support of the World Bank and the Agence Française de Développement, identifies and analyzes gaps and risks of the system and provides practical recommendations to help the Government prioritize efforts in public procurement reform.
- May 2021