Technical Group Public Purchases
¿What we do?
The Technical Group develops joint actions towards improving access to public procurement markets and obtaining greater benefits in terms of quality and price in the procurement of goods and services in each of the member countries of the Pacific Alliance.
Documents of interest
Results of the survey to identify perspectives, potential and limitations of the Pacific Alliance business sector in the public procurement markets of the block.
Public Procurement Guide
It is a relevant information tool on the implementation and operation of the public procurement chapter of the Additional Protocol to the Pacific Alliance Framework Agreement, in such a way that suppliers from the four member countries of the Pacific Alliance can take advantage of the business opportunities that derive from the public procurement markets of the Pacific Alliance, with an emphasis on MSMEs.
Memorandum of understanding
Memorandum of understanding regarding the recognition of good government practices and the development of cooperation mechanisms for the prevention and fight against corruption in public procurement systems in the Pacific Alliance.
Bases for the Public Procurement Workshop Implementation
It is the work plan to carry out dissemination activities oriented to the private sector of each of the member countries of the Pacific Alliance on the utility of the public procurement chapter of the Additional Protocol to the Framework agreement of the Pacific Alliance, as well as existing public procurement schemes and platforms, through a workshop that will be taught in four stages, in each of the countries of the Pacific Alliance during the years 2018 and 2019.
The Lima Declaration (July 2019)
Establish an electronic portal that serves as a single point of access to information on business opportunities in the public procurement markets of the member countries of the Pacific Alliance.
Design and implement a project that prioritizes companies with potential for participation in the public procurement markets of the member countries of the Pacific Alliance, in order to increase their chances of success in the award of public contracts.
Develop a public procurement observatory that promotes the participation of the business, academic and civil society sectors, in order to share information with the aim to eliminate barriers to trade and interact on issues related to public purchases of the Pacific Alliance.