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Procurement represents a significant portion of government spending and is a key determinant of budget execution outturns. It also makes significant impacts on the quality of public service delivery. Rule 137 of GFR 2005 states fundamental principles of public buying wherein every authority delegated with the financial powers of procuring goods in public interest shall have the responsibility and accountability to bring efficiency, economy and transparency in matters relating to public procurement and for fair and equitable treatment of suppliers and promotion of competition in public procurement.
Observatory has been collecting documents on public procurement to better understand and explore underlined factors which affect the efficiency, economy, competition and transparency in public procurement. Through an interactive dropdown menu provided bellow, users can access these documents to better understand and appreciate public procurement laws, rules and policies. Important reports and case laws.