Needs Assessment of the Parliament of Georgia is an EU funded project which aimed at developing a needs-based and realistic strategic reform plan for the Parliament of Georgia. PMCG experts carried out an assessment of the parliament as an institution with specific functions to perform. The assessment was conducted within the framework of the four main functions of parliament:
The objective of the project was to establish effective public relations and communication approaches for the Ministry of Justice. This work entailed technical assistance, analysis, developing recommendations, direct capacity development through coaching and training to implement a modern PR/Communication mechanism to increase the institutional and operational efficiency of MoJ’s PR/Communication Department.
PMCG provided technical assistance to the Adjara Government over a nine-month period under the USAID Good Governance in Georgia (G3) program. The project aimed to increase the GoARA's program budgeting capacity for all GoARA agencies including the GoARA Chairman’s administration, four line Ministries of Adjara, sub-agencies, as well as LEPLs of GoARA.
The overall objective of this project was to develop policy for Worldwide Responsible Accredited pProduction (WRAPrap) standard, under USAID- funded Economic Prosperity Initiative (EPI) project. The specific objective of the assignment was to provide technical assistance and deliver policies and procedures for the WRAP’s principle, in particular for Ccustoms Ccompliance.
The objective of this project was to increase public awareness and understanding of Georgian exporters and investors about duty-free access to EU and CIS markets.
The PMC Research Center will enhance the transparency and accountability of the State Competition and Procurement Agency (SCPA) and its dispute resolution board (DRB).The project is being implemented within the USAID Good Governance in Georgia program.
PMCG consultants have prepared business plan for Georgian investor intending to acquire the franchise from Subway Inc. Business plan was approved by manufacturer and investor was granted with franchise rights.
PMCG has started providing training for Local Self-Government Management and Governance under The USAID Good Governance in Georgia (G3) Program. Under the Local Government Component of G3, which implies capacity development assistance, PMCG provides training sessions in different areas of local government public management and governance for representatives of self-governments.
In August-October 2012, PMCG implemented the GIZ funded project “Four Sector Working Papers for the Samtskhe–Javakheti (SJ) Regional Development Strategy (RDS) Working Groups”, which aims to support SJ regional development Council Working Groups to collect information and prepare relevant developmental working documents in the following areas: (1) Regional Economy; (2) Agriculture; (3) Social Sector; and (4) Sustainable Natural Resource Management and Environment Protection. The working process was hindered by a lack of relevant and reliable statistical data and demonstrated the need to improve regional statistics. GIZ realizes that this need will become clearer, if not vital, in the process of RDS implementation process as the monitoring has to be based on reliable data sources; therefore it is important to have a clear picture of the current situation in terms of regional statistics on which the identification of possible solutions that will facilitate RDS implementation in the future are based. Accordingly, PMCG under the GIZ support started to evaluate Regional Development related statistics in SJ region. The purpose of this evaluation is to identify what kind of statistical data has to be produced by Geostat’s regional office (and other authorities) in SJ region to measure the progress of RDS implementation. The process for all other regions of Georgia, including data gathering, will be identical.