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Saudi Arabia plans to issue tenders to consolidate consultancy services for government infrastructure projects in the coming months in a bid to improve efficiency and bring fresh momentum to stalled developments, government sources said. The kingdom plans to hire a consultancy at each ministry or state entity to supervise its pipeline of projects worth billions of dollars, according to one draft request for proposal seen by Reuters.Local and international consultants do project design and execution, while government entities and ministries monitor.Consultancy Faithful+Gould has said the rollout of project management offices across government sectors would speed up delivery of priority projects and was a positive development for the industry after two years of uncertainty.
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