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Procurement G6

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Procurement G6

The Procurement G6[1] is an informal group of the six national Central Purchasing Bodies, leaders on e-procurement and framework agreements. Also known as the MMGP - Multilateral Meeting on Government Procurement.


  • Members 1
  • Scope 2
  • See also 3
  • Notes and references 4
  • External links 5


Members of the Procurement G6 are:


Each Country share experiences about:

  • e-procurement systems
  • challenges, opportunities and actions for small and medium enterprises (SME)
  • the qualification systems for the enterprises
  • instruments and indicators for the performance measuring of the Central Purchasing Bodies and their impact on the economic system, on the public sector and on the enterprises
  • actions to minimize the corruption risk
  • the green procurement scenarios

The meetings:

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ "it: Concluso il G6 del Public Procurement. en: The Procurement G6". 
  2. ^
  3. ^
  4. ^ The 4th Multilateral Meeting, on Government Procurement (MMGP) and MENA-OECD, page 23.
  5. ^

External links

  • Consip  ITA
  • CC - Direcciòn ChileCompra  CHI
  • GSA - General Services Administration  USA
  • OGC - Office of Government Commerce  GBR
  • PPS - Public Procurement Service  KOR
  • PWGSC - Public Works and Government Services Canada  CAN
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