Transparency and Public Disclosure

Project Management Systems facilitating Transparency and Public Disclosure:
Civil society / Beneficiary Organization can be a valuable partner to both the Project teams and the beneficiaries in ensuring that Projects work well. Most often, it is the Civil society/ Beneficiary Organization that organizes and builds beneficiary capacity to avail effectively of government programs, prevent irregularities, and gives vital feedback to the relevant authorities. At the same time, it serves as an objective check on all the Project actors in reducing collusion and enhancing outcomes. Civil society / Beneficiary Organization can also support the Project team in tackling other major challenge - that is, identifying Project beneficiaries and those whom they trust to represent them.

Right from the outset, it is thus important to regularly consult and share Project information with key Civil society/Beneficiary Organization groups. A proactive, well- structured and ongoing engagement with Civil society/ Beneficiary Organization can build generalized goodwill and insulate the Project from a variety of negative internal and external influences. The implementation of the reforms, which form essential part of MMIP of APMCs, will be made known to all the stakeholders via prominent public display. The mechanisms by which to build civil society / Beneficiary Organization Project oversight and involvement might be

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Project Management Systems facilitating Transparency and Public Disclosure:
Civil society / Beneficiary Organization can be a valuable partner to both the Project teams and the beneficiaries in ensuring that Projects work well. Most often, it is the Civil society/ Beneficiary Organization that organizes and builds beneficiary capacity to avail effectively of government programs, prevent irregularities, and gives vital feedback to the relevant authorities. At the same time, it serves as an objective check on all the Project actors in reducing collusion and enhancing outcomes. Civil society / Beneficiary Organization can also support the Project team in tackling other major challenge - that is, identifying Project beneficiaries and those whom they trust to represent them.

Right from the outset, it is thus important to regularly consult and share Project information with key Civil society/Beneficiary Organization groups. A proactive, well- structured and ongoing engagement with Civil society/ Beneficiary Organization can build generalized goodwill and insulate the Project from a variety of negative internal and external influences. The implementation of the reforms, which form essential part of MMIP of APMCs, will be made known to all the stakeholders via prominent public display. The mechanisms by which to build civil society / Beneficiary Organization Project oversight and involvement might be

  • Enhanced disclosure,
  • Systematic monitoring of the Project by beneficiaries and the media,
  • Improved complaint handling systems,
  • User satisfaction surveys, and
  • Soliciting feedback from the bidding firms.
The GAAP of the Project will be developed with these elements which will be integrally built in the Project structure.
 
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