In the framework of the parliamentary monitoring program, Transparency International Georgia presents the Assessment of Activities of the Parliament of Georgia of the Ninth Convocation’s First Year, which covers the time period from November 18, 2016 till December 31, 2017.
Transparency International Georgia analyzed annual procurement plans of 15 largest procurers of 2017. The study revealed the following findings:
* 2017 includes data as of October 2017
Corruption Risks in Georgian Judiciary
On 12 April Transparency International Georgia presented the "Monitoring Report of the 2017 Action Plan for Open Parliament" within the framework of the project "Strengthening Parliament's Accountability and Transparency of Its Activities".
Transparency International Georgia assessed Risks attributed to subcontracting in public procurement system. Despite the Georgian public procurement system meets high transparency standards, subcontracting remains an exception. The information on subcontracting is almost absent. Due to a lack of information, it is hard to have a full picture on problematic issues existing in subcontracting practices.