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Is this allowed by Public Procurement Regulations?

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Re: Is this allowed by Public Procurement Regulations?

Post  RJM on Mon Sep 05, 2016 7:58 pm

Jay Jay,

I think the situation you are referring to is covered under provisions relating to Contracting Out of the procurement activities to another procuring entity.
Thus, I urge you to consult the referred provisions in the legislation.
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Is this allowed by Public Procurement Regulations?

Post  JAY JAY on Thu Sep 01, 2016 3:52 pm

One Procuring entity say a ministry, become responsible for procurement processes such as tendering procedures and communicating award decisions, another procuring entity, say Regional secretariat, become responsible in implementation of awarded contract. What a Public Procurement Regulations provide in this circumstance?
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