Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Board Holds Workshop On Procurement Processes

source: Mmegi


After holding a recent consultative workshop with security service companies for purposes of registering and grading them as required by the Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Board (PPADB) Act, the process began on July 2, revealing problems in the public service regarding procurement and disposal of government projects.

In response, PPADB last week hosted a two-day educational workshop for Ministerial Tender Committees (MTC) and District Authority Tender Committees (DATC) at Boipuso Hall.

The workshop covered the legal framework of tenders and procurement planning, which dealt with project management approach to procurement, and procurement cycles, which includes the roles of districts, and shared responsibilities.

Standardised bidding packages, overviews and tender adjudication and award and processes and [continue reading]

  1. Frederick Aloka

    Thanks for the good work you are doing, to promote transparency in public Procurement. Am a fresh graduate with bachelor Degree of Procurement and Logistics Management, i have one big challenge as a young graduate and even many others outside there, thais “EXPERIENCE”, whenever I apply for any job, the qustion is always experience. So how can you address this kind of problem. To me i thing the PPDA should come up with a frame work to train the fresh graduate and equipt them with the practical skills required by the employers. Thnks a lot, I will be very greateful if you put this into consideration. God bless you.

  2. Frederick Aloka

    am a Ugandan by natoinality.

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