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Fact sheet

Fact sheet

2021-03-16 About Us

GOVERNMENT IMPLEMENTING AGENCY FOR

POLICY COORDINATION ON STATE PROPERTY

Historical path

The State Property Committee

In accordance with Law on State and Local Property of Mongolia, which entered into force on 27 May 1996, the State Property Committee (SPC) was established by the Government resolution No.177 on 31 July 1996, therefore structure and rule of the Committee were approved by the Government resolution No.184.

SPC was comprised in the main organizational structure of the Government. The Committee had a responsibility of supervising the preservation and increment of the value on state properties. Further by decision of the Government, SPC started organizing privatizations and appointments of a state representative in a state-owned or partly state-owned enterprises.        

SPC had the following functions:

  • Monitoring the implementation of the state property legislation and analysing their results;
  • Initiating policies and programs of privatization, which endorsed by Government and the State Great Khural;
  • Providing instructions and procedures of evaluating state properties and privatizing state-owned enterprises, monitor their results;
  • Improving approaches of preservation and protection on state properties;
  • Solving demands and complaints through the cooperation with related organizations;
  • Concluding contracts with directors and assigning the state property representatives in the state-owned enterprises;
  • Supplying public administration with the necessary assets;
  • Providing professional and methodological assistance to the management of local property;
  • Leasing state properties in accordance with resolutions of the Government.

The structure of the SPC consisted of 3 departments, 1 division and in total there were 60 staffs. Also, under the Committee set up an agency that is responsible for assigning representatives of state property at the state-owned enterprises.

  • Department of registration and supervision of state property
  • Department of privatization of state property
  • Department of supplying government agencies
  • Administration division

Heads of SPC:

  • Enkhbold Z. /1996-1999/
  • Zorigt D. /1999-2000/
  • Purevdorj L. /2000-2004/
  • Tsendsugar G. (Acting Chairman) /May 2004-October 2004/
  • Enkhbold Z. /2004-September 2005/
  • Ariunaa L. (Acting Chairman) /September 2005-February 2006/
  • Sugar D. /February 2006-February 2012/
  • Zayabal D. (Acting Chairman) /February-August 2012/
  • Nanzaddorj Ts./August 2012-December 2012/
  • Tsogtbaatar D. /December 2012-2013/
  • Nanzaddorj Ts. /2013-December 2015/

According to the Government resolution No.5 on 4 January 2016, the SPC has liquidated and its functions transferred to the state central administrative body in charge of finance and budget.

 

 

Procurement Agency

The Government Implementing Agency-Procurement Agency, a professional organization on procurement of goods, works and services by state and regional fund, was established by the Resolution of State Great Khural 14 on August 17, 2012 and by the Government Resolution 6 on August 27, 2012 under the authority of Deputy Prime Minister.

The duties of Procurement Agency was to ensure transparent, competitive, efficient, and accountable procurement activity.

The Procurement Agency had following functions:  

  • Developing effective procurement system;
  • Implementing state policies and regulations on procurement;
  • Organizing procurement activity based on transparency, accountablity and competitive principle;
  • Using innovative approaches and skills in procurement activity;
  • Improving efficiency of state and local budget investment.

By the Order No.42 of Deputy Prime Minister in 2012 was adopted "Procurement strategy and organizational structure of the Agency", in which specified the organizational structure, mission, activities and strategic objectives of the Agency.

The structure of the Procurement Agency:

  • Administration division;
  • Division of procurement of good;
  • Division of procurement of work;
  • Division of procurement of service;
  • Division of E-Procurement;
  • Legal division;
  • Division of monitoring, evaluating state property and internal audit;
  • Division of public awareness and public relations.

Head of the Agency:

  • Enkhjargal D. /2012-April 2015/
  • Ulam-Urnukh Kh. /April 2015-January 2016/
  • Otgonbayar N. /January 2016-August 2016/

The Government Implementing Agency-Procurement Agency was liquidated by Government resolution No.4 on July 27, 2016 and reorganized as one of the division of Government Implementing Agency for Policy Coordination on State Property (PSCP).

 

Government Implementing Agency for Policy Coordination on State Property (PCSP)

The Government Implementing Agency for Policy Coordination on State Property was constituted by the Resolution of State Great Khural No.12 on July 21, 2016 and the Government Resolution No.4 on July 27, 2016.

According to the Law on State and Local property and Law on Procurement of good, work and service, PCSP propels the strategic adjustment of the layout and structure of the state economy and responsible to provide Prime Minister with professional and methodological consultation.

The duties of PCSP is to enhance the management of state-owned assets, supervise and manage the state-owned assets of the enterprises under the supervision of the Central Government and extend procurement process to international standards according to transparency and accountability.    

Functions of the PCSP:

  • Implementing state-owned assets’ policy and regulation within related law;
  • Improving corporate governance in state-owned and partly state-owned enterprises;  
  • Assigning or removing state property representatives in a state-owned enterprises;  
  • Improving management of state-owned and partly state-owned enterprises;  
  • Raising investment capital and organizing IPO process;  
  • Monitoring the preservation and protection of state-owned property and ensuring its efficiency;
  • Transmitting international practices and standarts in the procurement process;  
  • Organizing basic procurement training and issueing its certificates;  
  • Providing transparent and accessible services to citizens and legal entities.

The organizational structure, operational strategy and programs of PCSP was approved by Government Resolution No.4 in 2016.

The strategy of PCSP and its organizational structure were approved according to the Prime Minister's Order No.57 in 2016, and the structure of PCSP was formulated as follows:  

  • Administration and Legal Division (Information Technology Department);
  • Division of Policy planning and Management on state property;
  • Division of Registration and Supervision on state property;
  • Division of Procurement.

Government Resolution No.49, which adopted on August 17, 2016, includes a list of non member staffs of PCSP:

  • First Deputy Chief of the Cabinet Secretariat of Government;
  • Head of Administration and Human Resource Department of the Cabinet Secretariat;
  • State Secretary of the Ministry of Finance;
  • State Secretary of the Ministry of Justice and Internal Affairs;
  • State Secretary of the Ministry of Energy;
  • State Secretary of the Ministry of Mining and Heavy Industries;
  • Head of Policy and Planning Department at the Ministry of Construction and Urban Development;
  • Head of Railway and Maritime Policy Coordination Department at the Ministry of Road and Transport Development.