NPPA PRESENTS 2018 ANNUAL PUBLIC PROCUREMENT
ASSESSMENT REPORT TO PRESIDENT BIO
On Monday 14th June, 2020 the NPPA presented to His Excellency the President
Rtd. Brigadier Julius Maada Bio the NPPA 2018 Annual Procurement
Assessment Report at State House, Freetown.
The NPPA launched the 4th quarter
2020 public procurement price norm
The price norm indicates average prices of items in the market.
The Chief Executive of the NPPA Mr. Ibrahim Brima Swarray NPPA EMBARKS ON NATION
WIDE TRAINING
Of Procurement Practitioners
on the Public Procurement Manual
LAUNCHING OF THE PROCUREMENT MANUAL by the Chief Executive, Mr. Ibrahim Brima Swarray

MONEY SAVED BY GOVERNMENT IN 2019

Le 401,560,969,000

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Chief Executive

Chief Executive

Mr. Ibrahim Brima Swarray is the Chief Executive Director of the National Public Procurement Authority (NPPA) since June 2018.

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Training

Training

Nationwide training of procurement practitioners on the Second Edition of the Public Procurement Manual at the e-GP Training Centre, Lotto House, Tower Hill, Freetown.

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Quarterly Bulletin

Quarterly Bulletin

The National Public Procurement Authority Bulletin is a TIPS review of quarterly trends, developments and data of procurement activities within the country.

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Procurement is the overall process of acquiring goods, works and services including all functions from the identification of needs, selection and solicitation of sources, preparation and award of contract, and all phases of the contract administration or the useful life of an asset.

Mr. Ibrahim Brima Swarray
Mr. Ibrahim Brima Swarray

Except corruption is eliminated, every other thing would be a mockery of the resolved intention for transparency and accountability.

HE Rtd. Brigadier Julius Maada Bio
President Bio

Procurement practitioners have a responsibility to not only be conversant with the requirements of the Act, but should inform their various procuring entities and committee accordingly for adherence and compliance.

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Public procurement in Sierra Leone

Public procurement in Sierra Leone is subject to the Public Procurement Act 2016 (Gazette Vol. CXL VII, No. 10). Legislation can only provide the overall rules to be followed, and with the increasing value and complexity of procurement, effective guidelines and step-by-step procedures are required to assist civil servants, all public officials and other individuals involved or interested in the procurement process. Sound public procurement practices and policies are essential aspects of sound governance. Good procurement practices can reduce costs and produce timely service delivery. Poor procurement practices generally lead to delays and waste and are often the cause of government inefficiencies and allegations of corruption. Consistent application of the guidelines presented in this Manual will substantially improve public service delivery efficiency whilst reducing the perception and actual occurrence of corruption in public procurement in Sierra Leone.

Good Procurement Management Promotes National Development