Govt Procurement Process Requires Integrity, Transparency, BPP D-G Tells Officials

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Participants of 2023 Continues Procurement Capacity Development Training Examination after their three weeks training at Digital Bridge Institute, Lagos.

Procurement officers at all levels were on Monday urged to ensure integrity and transparency in their procurement dealings at all times. Mamman Ahmadu, Director-General, Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP), made this call in a statement issued by Janet McDickson, BPP’s Head of Media on Monday in Abuja.

Ahamadu was addressing participants of 2023 Continuous Procurement Capacity Development Training Programme (CPCDTP).

He commended the zeal they exhibited during the three weeks capacity training and urged them to use the knowledge they acquired to impact positively in their different organisations.

The BPP Bo’s said that would enable them get better results in procurement process and improve the economy, just as he urged them to use and comply with the exam guidelines document given to them.

Earlier, Mr Adebowale Adedokun, Director, Research Training and Strategic Planning in the Bureau, cautioned the participants against any improper behaviour or any action inimical to the exam guidelines.

Adedokun advised them to strictly apply what they had learnt during the training in the discharge of their duties, pointing out that the examination served three purposes.

Said he: “To prepare them for their roles and responsibilities as procurement officers in achieving the strategic objective of their organisations.

“To test the knowledge of their understanding of the procurement process; and to formerly absorb them into the procurement cadre”.

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