World Bank procurement reform to rationalize prior review of contracts

As part of an ongoing policy review, the World Bank's procurement team may make adjustments to when a prior review of contracts should be conducted. What will those changes be? We learn more from the bank's chief procurement officer.

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  • Paul Stephens

    Paul Stephens is a former Devex staff writer based in Washington, D.C. As a multimedia journalist, editor and producer, Paul has contributed to the Los Angeles Times, Washington Monthly, CBS Evening News, GlobalPost, and the United Nations magazine, among other outlets. He's won a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting for a 5-month, in-depth reporting project in Yemen after two stints in Georgia: one as a Peace Corps volunteer and another as a communications coordinator for the U.S. Agency for International Development.