Public Procurement Regulation in Bangladesh: A Preliminary Analysis

Hoque, Ridwanul (0018) Public Procurement Regulation in Bangladesh: A Preliminary Analysis. Journal of Malaysian and Comparative Law.

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Abstract

Bangladesh's public procurement law has sought to ensure transparency, accountability and fairness in government procurements. Wheter its accountability-goal has been satisfactorily achieved is, however, a debatable issue. I will argue that the procurement rules are somewhat de-effected both by bureaucratisation and technical avoidance of the rules. On the other hand, the judiciary does not follow a robust review of public contracts. With this background in mind, I will analyse the Bangladeshi procurement laws and practices with a view to fathom accountability in public procurements. I conclude by urging for simplified rules, more circumscribed administrative discretion, and a robust but principled judical review of procurement decisions. This has been a theoretical study, based on primary and secondary sources of knowledge.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Procurement
Depositing User: MR. ADNAN YAHYA
Date Deposited: 13 Oct 0018
Last Modified: 13 Oct 0018
URI: http://repository.um.edu.my/id/eprint/113254

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