Building on the 2008 OECD Principles for Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement and good practices of similar organisations in other OECD countries, this review provides a comprehensive assessment of IMSS procurement strategies, systems and processes and proposes a roadmap for the reform of its procurement function.
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Acronyms 13 Executive summary 15 Overview of the Mexican health system and of the Mexican Institute of Social Security 21 -References 29 PART I. IMPLEMENTING THE RIGHT PROCUREMENT FRAMEWORK IN IMSS 31 Chapter 1. Strengthening the structure and governance of IMSS’ procurement function 33 -Introduction 34 -Structure and governance 34 -Centralisation 38 -Co-ordination and communication 41 -Proposals for action 42 -Annex 1.A1. Responsibilities outlined in 2010 procurement and public works handbooks 44 -References 48 Chapter 2. Implementing strong organisational procurement strategies in IMSS 49 -Introduction 50 -Recent results of the procurement function 50 -Comprehensive organisational procurement strategy 54 -Proposals for action 56 -References 57 Chapter 3. Promoting complementary policy objectives through IMSS’ public procurement 59 -Introduction 60 -Small and Medium Enterprises and National Content 60 -Green procurement 64 -Social objectives 67 -Barriers to achieving complementary objectives 68 -Proposals for action 69 -References 71 Chapter 4. Fostering effective internal control and risk management in IMSS’ procurement activities 73 -Introduction 74 -Current internal control 74 -Internal control committees 76 -Risk management system 78 -Proposals for action 82 -References 83 PART II. BUILDING IMSS' CAPABILITIES FOR PROCUREMENT ACTIVITIES 85 Chapter 5. Enhancing procurement capability in IMSS 87 -Introduction 88 Overview of IMSS workforce organisation 88 -Strengthening the strategic role of the procurement workforce 89 -Creating a specific procurement profession in IMSS 92 -Proposals for action 101 -Annex 5.A1. Skills framework for procurement professionals in IMSS – an example 103 -Annex 5.A2. Examples of job profile outlines 105 -Annex 5.A3. The use of indicators to assess performance in the US office of personnel management 106 -References 108 Chapter 6. E-procurement: Implementing a strong IT environment to support IMSS’ procurement activities 109 -Introduction 110 -IMSS e-procurement systems 110 -Systems and back office integration 112 -Uptake of e-procurement 114 -Proposals for action 115 -Reference 116 Chapter 7. Procurement data and performance management system: Toward evidence-based decision making in IMSS’ public procurement 117 -Introduction 118 -Procurement data 118 -Performance Monitoring Management System of the Procurement Function 120 -Proposals for action 124 -Annex 7.A1. Snapshot of Ontariobuys supply chain metrics 126 -Annex 7.A2. Snapshot of United Kingdom procurement capability review performance indicators 128 -References 129 Chapter 8. Ensuring clarity and reducing procurement risks in IMSS through strong tender documents and model contracts 131 -Introduction 132 -Model tendering documents and contracts 132 -Potential improvements to the Model Contracts 135 -Proposals for action 139-References 140 PART III. OPTIMISING IMSS' PROCUREMENT PROCESS 143 Chapter 9. Revisiting IMSS’ pre-solicitation activities for a stronger procurement function 145 -Introduction 146 -Requirement definitions and market research 146 -Procurement strategy development 149 -Proposals for action 157 -References 159 Chapter 10. Increasing efficiency and fairness in the solicitation and contract award process of IMSS 161 -Introduction 162 -Solicitation documents 162 -Solicitation clarifications 163 -Bid Evaluation 164 -Timing of issuance of the contract 165 -Verbal debriefings 166 -Proposals for action 169 -References 171 Chapter 11. Ensuring results for IMSS: Implementing stronger post-award contract management activities 173 -Introduction 174 -Suppliers’ performance management 174 -Stock management 183 -Proposals for action 185 -References 186 PART IV. FOSTERING INTEGRITY AND PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY IN IMSS'S PROCUREMENT FUNCTION 187 Chapter 12. IMSS’ review and remedy system: A tool to improve procurement activities 189 -Introduction 190 -Review and remedy mechanisms of procurement procedures in the Mexican Federal Government 190 -Formal complaints against IMSS procurement procedures 193 -Opportunities to reduce the number of complaints 195 -Proposals for action 197 -References 197 Chapter 13. Ensuring integrity throughout IMSS’ public procurement cycle199 -Introduction 200 -Awareness of corruption risks 200 -Corruption prevention under the Mexican legal framework 202 -Prevention through a value-based strategy 203 -Specific integrity risks with medicines 209 -Proposals for Action 211 -References 212 Chapter 14. Fostering accountability through transparency and civil society scrutiny 215 -Introduction 216 -The Mexican Open Government Framework: one of the most advanced among OECD countries 216 -Mexico’s procurement legal framework provides high levels of availability of procurement information for all public organisations, including IMSS 219 -Social Scrutiny 222 -Proposals for action 225 -References 226 PART V. IMPROVING PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: IMSS' PLAN OF ACTION 227 Chapter 15. IMSS’ plan of action to improve its procurement system 229