The Public Procurement Authority will be hosting the Commonwealth Public Procurement Network (CPPN) in a two-week Study Tour on Benchmarking, Monitoring and Evaluation in Ghana.
This Study Tour on Benchmarking, Monitoring and Evaluation was part of a communiqué that emanated from the Second Commonwealth Public Procurement Network (CPPN) held in Accra, Ghana.
The programme which begins from the 29th October -9th November, 2007 will be attended by Procurement Experts across Commonwealth-Africa with participants from Botswana, Cameroon, The Gambia, Kenya, Malawi, Mauritius, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Ghana.
Topics to be treated include Monitoring and Evaluation, importance in Public Procurement, use of results from Monitoring and Evaluation, Public Procurement Model of Excellence Tool and the results of Ghana’s Assessment of 213 Entities.
It is expected that at the end of the Study Tour, Participants will have a practical based and hands on experience in Ghana’s Public Procurement Model of Excellence Tool as well as make adequate adaptation for their Home Countries to enhance Monitoring and Evaluation in the Public Procurement System.
The Ghana’s Public Procurement Authority exists to harmonise the process of procurement in the public sector and secure a judicious, economic and efficient use of Public funds whilst promoting a competitive local industry.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
THE LEGAL AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS DIRECTORIATE
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT AUTHORITY
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