Public Procurement Department

Public Procurement Department

According to Article 227 of the Constitution contracting for goods or services, shall be in accordance with a system that is fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost- effective.

The PPADA 2015 – efficient and effective public procurement and Asset Disposal.

The Act applies to all State organs and PEs with respect to —

  • procurement planning;
  • procurement processing;
  • inventory and asset management;
  • disposal of assets; and
  • Contract management

Key Procurement Methods

  • Open Tendering – Preferred procurement (National/International)
  • Other Alternative Methods are:
    • Restricted Tendering
    • Direct Procurement
    • Two Stage Tendering
    • Specially Permitted Procedure
    • Design Competition
    • Force Account
    • Community Participation
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