Public sector project management practices & performance evaluation performed by Public Works Department (PWD)
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“Public Procurement Act 2006” and “Public Procurement Rules 2008” are the law for all the public procurement activities performed in Bangladesh. All public procurement works have to follow the “Public Procurement Act-2006” for ensuring efficiency, transparency, accountability in procuring goods, works and services as well as ensuring Value For money.”Effective Service Delivery” is the core objective of any public procurement under the govt. project following the public procurement rules-2008. With the advancement of modern technology, public procurement reform is a must. The traditional undergoing process of project management, performance evaluation, supplier selection criteria etc is not enough to perform successful completion of projects.”Ethics” is one of the key issue that can eradicate voidness, fraudulence practices, collusive practices in procurement. The public procurement practices need to be more responsive, inclusive & sustainable. Stakeholders Buy in can be adopted to own the responsibility. In this dissertation, effort has been made to evaluate the actual projects performance during project implementation period based on “Bill of Quantity” submitted to Tendering Process. The tendency to become “lowest tendered” boost the supplier to submit abnormal price of some items, which hinders the performance appraisal as well as project execution. The transparency and competitiveness are to be ensured in the procurement process. However, still there are improvements required for ensuring compliance and efficiency in the procurement processes of Project performance evaluation.