Lena Diesing is an expert on responsible public procurement at the OECD Centre for Responsible Business Conduct. In her analytical work, she links responsible business conduct and public procurement strategies, and helps public buyers draw on due diligence to enhance their purchasing. Lena has been working at the OECD since 2013. She has focused on policy reviews to evaluate public policies of OECD Members and beyond, and, with external stakeholders, enhanced an indicator-based evaluation methodology, the Methodology for Assessing Procurement Systems (MAPS.) Throughout her career, Lena has been passionate about making sure money is spent to achieve value for money. Prior to joining the OECD, Lena worked in the United States’ financial industry, conducting due diligence reviews for a risk management firm in the context of money laundering prevention and countering the financing of terrorism. Lena holds a Master of Arts in International Economics and International Relations from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).