Procurement Empowerment Training Workshop Zwedru May 4-5, 2017
Workshop participants and facilitators posed for a photograph at the end of training workshop.
A Pictorial CIPS Level 2
Participants posed for a photo at the end of Session One
A Pictorial CIPS Level 2
Participants write examination to fulfill course requirements
A Pictorial CIPS Level 2
UNDP Deputy Country Director, Cleophas Torori, makes remarks at the program
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News & Press Releases
  • PPCC Strengthens Capacity of Liberian Owned Businesses to Win Gov’t Tenders
    A 4-day capacity building workshop intended to strengthen the skills of private sector businesses to prepare and submit responsive bids when participating in public procurement tendering process, has ended in Monrovia, with a call for increased participation of Liberian owned businesses in public tenders. Read more »
  • PPCC Holds Orientation Sessions for Newly Appointed Officials
    The Public Procurement and Concessions Commission(PPCC), through the funding intervention of United Nations Development Program(UNDP), has concluded a procurement compliance  workshop aimed at orientating newly appointed officials of government to the compliance requirements of the Public Procurement and Concessions Act, as well as strengthen their procurement capacity to achieve greater efficiency, effectiveness, transparency and accountability in public procurement. Read more »
  • Public Procurement Practitioners Undergo Training for Chartered Awards in Purchasing & Supply
    The head of Liberia’s premier regulator of public procurement, James Dorbor Jallah, says he is heartbeat with the current trends in the public procurement professionalization initiative launched in 2015 by Public Procurement and Concessions Commission(PPCC), in partnership with United Nations Development Program(UNDP), to address the huge capacity deficit in the field of public procurement and prepare Liberia’s public sector procurement staffs to qualify for certificate awards in purchasing and supply from the UK based Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS). Read more »
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