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Procurement System



Public Procurement Board

The Board is responsible for ensuring that procurements above the prescribed threshold are conducted in accordance with the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act and Regulations.

The Board consists of a minimum of five and a maximum of seven members, they include:

  • The Permanent Secretary; Ministry of Finance
  • The Attorney General
  • The Chief Technical Officer; Ministry of Works
  • An Attorney-at-law of significant standing experience in commercial law.
  • A member with qualifications and experience in any other field relating to procurement
  • Two other persons of significant experiences in common law

Mission & Vision

  • Mission Statement:
    A commitment to providing effective and quality expert procurement services while promoting the principles of good governance through accountability, transparency, integrity, fairness and value for money in public procurement.
  • Vision:
    To have a transparent and efficient Government procurement system that creates integration among all procuring entities, promoting fair and open competition among suppliers, while maintaining public trust.

Strategic Plan



Code of Ethics

All procuring entities and suppliers are required to execute proper code of ethics during the procurement process.
Detailed information on the Code of Ethics in procurement will be uploaded within the coming months.




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