Fodie J. Konneh
Chief Executive Officer, NPPA
Chief Executive Officer engaging
the Chinese Economic Councillor
Visit the Chinese Embassy Chief Executive Officer,
and the
Deputy Chief Executive Officer,
Of Procurement Practitioners
on the Public Procurement Manual
LAUNCHING OF THE PROCUREMENT MANUAL By the Ex Chief Executive, and Current Chief Executive Chief Executive Officer, Fodie J. Konneh
with the Board Chair Alfred H.Kandeh

The National Public Procurement Authority! (NPPA)

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Fodie J Konneh is the Chief Executive Officer of the National Public Procurement Authority. Appointed by H.E Julius Maada Bio and approved by the House of Parliament on 12th October 2023.

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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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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