Al Oula Law was invited by the World Bank Group to participate to the Benchmarking Public Procurement 2017 project assessing public procurement regulatory systems in 180 economies. The Benchmarking Public Procurement project was launched in 2014 to address the lack of comparable data on public procurement at the global level. More specifically, the project focuses on regulatory environments that affect the ability of private companies to do business with governments. Benchmarking Public Procurement 2017 contained two surveys:

1-     the public procurement life cycle (on the different phases of the public procurement cycle);

2-     filing a complaint (on the ease of challenging a public procurement tender through a complaint system).

The project may be checked online.