Procurement is a vital element in the success or failure of any project because developmental projects will usually require the procurement of varieties of goods, construction work, non-consultancy and consultancy services. The good news is that the Bureau for Public Procurement (BPP) has established general policies, procedures and guidelines relating to public sector procurement. This Government Procurement Planning & Management Training program focuses entirely on the interpretation of the Public Procurement Act – PPA – 2007, Procurement Procedure Manual and the Public Procurement Regulations as it relates to the Procurement of Goods, Works & Services.
After this training, each participant will be able to:
Exposed to the nitty-gritty of the Public Procurement Act 2007
Informed of the BPP’s Guidelines, Policies and Procedures for the Procurements of Goods, Works & Services.
Exposed to the Procurement Implementation Procedure for Goods, Works & Services.
Public Procurement Reforms in Nigeria
Overview of the Public Procurement Act 2007
Procurement Planning & Budget Preparation
Procurement Methods for Goods & Works
Pre-Qualification of Contractors
Standard Bidding Documents, Bidding & Contract Award
Selection Methods for Selection of Consultant
Technical Evaluation Technique (Bids & Proposals).
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