Project Name: PPD Quality Tracking in Georgia – Continuation
Donor Organization: Governing for Growth (G4G) in Georgia Program, Deloitte Consulting LLP /USAID
Project Number: RFA #2018 - 016
Grant Amount: 25,000.00 USD
Period of Performance: December 20, 2018 – July 12, 2019
Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) will continue implementing PPD Quality Tracking in Georgia. A regular, institutionalized platform for Public-Private Dialogue (PPD) will extend to future policy-making and development of legislation. In addition to assessing extent and quality of PPD at central public institutions (ministries), IDFI will raise awareness about high-quality PPD in the regions of Georgia (three selected municipalities - Rustavi, Telavi, Ozurgeti).
The objective of this grant is to continue implementing “PPD Quality Tracking Mechanism” for which each major law or regulation proposed by selected key ministries with considerable economic impact will be evaluated upon the extent and quality of inclusive consultation and assigned a rating in terms of four PPD quality parameters:
- Policy Design and Development
- Legislation/Policy Drafting
- Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA)
- Circulation and public comment
As a result, public discussions in Tbilisi and selected target regions will be arranged; Periodic and Annual Reports on Evaluations of Laws, will be produced; and Draft law with the highest evaluation in terms of extent and quality of PPD will be awarded.
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