The Methodology for Assessing Procurement Systems (MAPS) is an international standard and the universal tool to evaluate any public procurement system anywhere in the world.

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What is MAPS?

The Methodology for Assessing Procurement Systems (MAPS) is the only tool that assesses public procurement systems in their entirety. It is universal and can be used by all countries.

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What does the MAPS Methodology include?

The MAPS consists of several items: 4 pillars with indicators and sub indicators, supplementary modules, country context analysis, templates and much more

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Where have assessments been conducted?

MAPS assessments have been conducted in dozens of countries around the world, both as self-assessments and with the help of external partners

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A universal tool

  • For all public procurement systems
  • At any level of government
  • For any country, regardless of the level of development

A reform tool

  • To improve the effectiveness and efficiency of public procurement
  • To ensure integrity and transparency in the use of public funds
  • To encourage dialogue

A recognised assessment

  • Using objective and comprehensive indicators
  • Engaging various stakeholders institutions
  • Guaranteeing the highest quality through a quality assurance mechanism