Why is it important to have consistent scores under each pillar?
Good infrastructure governance requires progress in multiple dimensions that are related and interconnected. Sub-pillars interact with one another to support strong infrastructure governance. For example, competitive procurement processes will require strengthening the public procurement workforce. Likewise, having an open, neutral, and transparent procurement process will support competition. While high indicator values are signs of robust governance structures, significant variations in the scoring of sub-pillars signal areas for improvements. The nested structure of the IGIs helps countries understand the driving forces behind each of the indicators.