the Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Centre in Doha, in cooperation with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), organized a session on the legal and regulatory framework for procurement, tenders and government auctions.
The course lasted for four days, during which the teaching focused on the following:
- Pre-auction procedures.
- Types of auctions.
- Application to auction types.
- Practice and direct agreement.
- Systems contract.
- Adjudicate on contracts and implementation.
- Contract enforcement provisions.
The course was attended by trainees from Public Works Authorities, Administrative Control and Transparency Authority, the Ministry of Communications and the Public Prosecutor’s Office.
The training included a definition of all stages of tenders and auctions, as well as international rules to prevent corruption in the field of government procurement, financial and accounting procedures related to the same subject and finally criminal offenses related to violation of government procurement rules. The training methodology was the real face of practical problems and practical exercises on the legal procedures of tenders and auctions. Scientific books were distributed to explain the subject in detail as it relates to Qatari laws.