Projects


Support to Policy Dialogue, Coordination and Reforms in Neighbourhood Investment Facility (NIF) Related Sectors in Armenia
Nov, 2015

PMCG was awarded a framework contract by European Commission (EC) in the consortium led by ADE to implement the following project: Support to policy dialogue, coordination and reforms in Neighbourhood Investment Facility (NIF) related sectors in Armenia.

 

 

Start Date: Aug 2012
End Date: Sep 2048
Region: Caucasus
Country: Albania
Client: Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Armenia
Origin of Funding: European Commission
Consultancy-Training Services in Budgetary Oversight and Programme Budgeting to the Parliament of Georgia within the UNDP Project “A strong Parliament in a Consolidated Democracy”
Jun, 2020

The UNDP project “A Strong Parliament in a Consolidated Democracy” wass aimed at supporting the development of parliamentary capacity in its four areas of constitutional responsibility: lawmaking, setting policy direction, executive oversight, and representation. More particularly, the Project focused on supporting the Parliament to improve its skills and capacities in a better scrutiny of national budget, as well as reinforcing its representational function and raising awareness of the public on the on-going reforms in the area of public finance management.

Start Date: Jul 2012
End Date: Feb 2013
Region: Caucasus
Country: Georgia
Client: Parliament of Georgia
Origin of Funding: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Mongolia Business Plus Initiative (BPI)
Jun, 2020

PMCG, in cooperation with Chemonics International Inc., provided technical assistance to the Mongolia Business Plus Initiative (BPI), USAID project. The main goal of the project was to improve Mongolia’s business environment. PMCG’s participation focused on at least three indicator areas under the World Bank Doing Business survey, supporting Mongolia‘s aspirations to improve its business environment, legal framework, and institutional systems. The technical assistance provided was one of several instruments utilized by the BPI project to achieve significant results in the various areas of interventions under its three focus areas: Licensing and Permissive System; Tax System, and Customs Administration. Assistance from PMCG was based on the experience and successful reforms of certain countries in the regions of Eastern Europe and Central Asia, as well as Georgia.

Start Date: Jul 2012
End Date: Jul 2013
Region: Central Asia
Country: Mongolia
Client: Chemonics International Inc.
Origin of Funding: USAID
Development of a Regional Investment Profile for the Samtskhe-Javakheti Region of Georgia
Jun, 2020

Established in 2002 under the Ministry of Economic Development, the Georgian National Investment Agency (GNIA) is the main governmental agency responsible for investment promotion and facilitation.

Start Date: May 2012
End Date: Sep 2012
Region: Caucasus
Country: Georgia
Client: Georgian National Investment Agency
Origin of Funding: Government of Georgia
Review of the implementation of the PFM SPSP
Apr, 2012

Review the implementation of public finance management programs and to conduct an independent assessment of the status and degree of compliance with the conditions agreed by the European Union.

Start Date: Apr 2012
End Date: Nov 2012
Region: Caucasus
Country: Georgia
Client: Government of Georgia
Origin of Funding: European Commission/Safege
Conduct Institutional Performance Assessment Project of Georgian State Electrosystem (GSE)
Jun, 2020

The USAID/Georgia Human and Institutional Capacity Development (HICD) PLUS project is a four-year project designed to augment the implementation of USAID/Georgia’s assistance efforts in democracy and governance, economic growth, energy and environment, and the health and education sectors. The project contributes with the development of individual skills and institutional capacity of select public entities, civil society organizations, and other private organizations that play a strategic role in the implementation of the Government of Georgia’s reform program and the Mission’s Development Objectives. HICD PLUS is an official project of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and Chemonics International is the implementing partner.

Start Date: Apr 2012
End Date: Jun 2012
Region: Caucasus
Country: Georgia
Client: USAID - Chemonics International Inc/HICD+ Program
Origin of Funding: USAID
Study to Enhance the Public Outreach Function of the Competition and State Procurement Agency (CSPA)
Feb, 2012

PMC Research Center (Member of PMC Group) has been awarded a grant by the USAID Good Governance in Georgia (G3) program for the project entitled Study to Enhance the Public Outreach Function of the Competition and State Procurement Agency (CSPA).

Start Date: Feb 2012
End Date: Apr 2012
Region: Caucasus
Country: Georgia
Client: CSPA
Origin of Funding: USAID, G3
Consultancy-Training Services in Budgetary Oversight and Program Budgeting to the Parliament of Georgia
Jul, 2012

Provide technical assistance to the Parliamentary staff, Members of Parliament and representatives of NGO and media sector involved in financial oversight process and increase their capacities in financial oversight and program based budgeting.

Start Date: Jan 2012
End Date: Jan 2013
Region: Caucasus
Country: Georgia
Client: Parliament of Georgia
Origin of Funding: United Nations Development Program
Fiscal Risks in Georgia: Tax Revenues and Public Debts
Dec, 2011

PMC Research conducted a risk analysis of the fiscal system of Georgia to evaluate the likelihood of fiscal risks associated with fiscal sustainability for the medium (3-5 years) and long (5-15 years) term.

Start Date: Dec 2011
End Date: Jan 2012
Region: Caucasus
Country: Georgia
Origin of Funding: G-PAC
Support the Government of Kosovo in Growth and Fiscal Stability Initiatives
Jun, 2020

According to the Government’s Economic Development, Vision and Action Plan (EDVAP), economic development and sustainable economic growth are the key goals and strategic priorities of the Republic of Kosovo. The vision for a prosperous and dignified European society for all citizens of Kosovo as well as the Economic Development Priorities within the EDVAP document, approved by the Cabinet on April 18, 2011 represent a clear direction for implementation of reforms and economic development of the country in the medium term.

 

Start Date: Nov 2011
End Date: Jun 2013
Region: Eastern Europe and Balkans
Country: Kosovo
Client: Kosovo Growth and Fiscal Stability Initiative / Deloitte Consulting
Origin of Funding: USAID

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