Hosted by The World Bank, the Fourth Colloquium on Suspension and Debarment taking place on Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017, showcases recent developments in suspension and debarment systems worldwide, examining the various uses of suspension and debarment in the procurement and anti-corruption contexts.
Panelists will discuss recent trends and developments in the suspension and debarment arena, both at the national and international level, and will compare and contrast a range of national suspension and debarment systems and their impact on small versus large businesses. Panelists will examine the following questions, among others: How has suspension and debarment changed over the years? How are national procurement systems making use of suspension and debarment? How often is suspension and debarment being applied to individuals and small and medium enterprises, and how do their experiences differ from larger corporations? Building on themes discussed in the previous Colloquia, this year’s Colloquium will also examine suspension and debarment as it relates to the development missions of several of the multilateral development banks.
Join representatives from multilateral organizations, government, private sector, non-governmental organizations and academia for a day of roundtable panel discussions and networking.
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