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THE ROLE OF MONITORING PUBLIC PROCUREMENT IN PROMOTING VALUE FOR MONEY

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THE ROLE OF MONITORING PUBLIC PROCUREMENT IN PROMOTING VALUE FOR MONEY

Post  Maduhu on Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:33 pm

I think there is no Problem with the monitoring system stipulated in the PPA of 2004 by mandating the PPRA to be part of the monitoring proceedings in the implementation of procurement contracts. the problem with me is in the morals of the implementers. the issue of ethical conduct come into existence here, how does the procurement practitioners ready to go through the 'honesty' procurement procedures.

Ethics has been captured in the current procurement act. where should the implementation be traced to allow smooth monitoring? is it from the procurement specialists or institutional arrangement?

Get no answer for myself guys. pose this for your response.

Rgds,

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THE ROLE OF MONITORING PUBLIC PROCUREMENT IN PROMOTING VALUE FOR MONEY

Post  freddy.mbeyella on Wed May 30, 2012 5:36 pm

Section 7 of the Public Procurement Act 2004 empowers the Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) to monitor procuring entities to ensure compliance with the Act. The outcome of the audits conducted in Financial Year 2010/2011 indicates that the overall average level of compliance is 68% against target of 80%. This is significant improvement if compared with previous years. However, the Authority only recently launched the value for money audit for procuring entities. The result of ongoing auditing indicates that some projects have failed to attain the value for money test. The article which appeared in Tanzania Procurement Journal on 27th March 2012 titled “Some entities find value for money outcome too hard to achieve” is attestation to that. While there may be other factors for not achieving value for money to me monitoring seems to be a challenge. What is your opinion? Is the process of monitoring conducted by PPRA effective in promoting value for money? What should be done to improve the tool?

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