Guided by section 13 (1) (b) of the Act, The Office of Procurement Regulation is empowered to “set training standards, competence levels, and certification requirements to promote best practice in procurement ”.
In setting this Standard the OPR’s goal is to support the development of public procurement capacity, training and dissemination of information, ensuring the effective application of public procurement rules through appropriate mechanisms.
This Standard will identify the knowledge, skills and competencies required of procurement practitioners in pursuit of workforce development, improved public confidence and a globally competitive public procurement system.
Our stakeholders, including public bodies, are invited to download and review this Standard and to email their comments, queries or suggestions to email@example.com
The graphic above provides a listing, in pictorial form, of the thirty-eight (38) Handbooks and Guidelines to be issued by the Office of Procurement Regulation in accordance with Section 13 (c) and (d) of the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act 2015, as amended.
To date, twenty-three (23) drafts have been uploaded under the headings shown below. As we approach the much-anticipated date of full proclamation of the Act, the OPR will continue to upload additional draft guidelines as they become available.
Our stakeholders, including public bodies, are invited to download and review the draft handbooks and guidelines, and to submit their comments, queries or suggestions via the Feedback portal located at the top of this page. Alternatively, your feedback can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Together, let us get ready to operationalise our new public procurement regime, upon full proclamation of the Act.
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