Addressing Procurement Bottlenecks

A Review of Procurement Bottlenecks in Public Sector Medicine Supply Chains and Practical Approaches Taken to Resolve Them

by Jennifer Antilla, Nigel Coulson, Nancy Cylke et al.
USAID – Deliver Project, Task Order 4, August 2013

62 pp. 620 kB:
http://deliver.jsi.com/dlvr_content/resources/allpubs/policypapers/AddrProcBottl.pdf

This report documents the successes in overcoming procurement bottlenecks, in particular, those that occur at the first mile of the procurement cycle (planning and budgeting; purchasing activity; contract management) of public sector supply chains for medicine. It presents a set of 14 short case studies from various developing countries that illustrate successful strategies that may help stakeholders and concerned parties in other countries solve their own procurement bottlenecks.

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