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The Government has called upon the Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB) and other relevant bodies to work hard towards tackling malpracties in public procurement, TPJ has learnt.

Addressing the 9th PSPTB graduation ceremony held in Dar es Salaam recently, the Deputy Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Planning, Ms. Amina Shabani, directed PSPTB to ensure that its members work diligently and efficiently with the sole objective of  facilitating the attainment of value for money.

Furthermore, she also called on PSPTB to closely monitor practitioners in order to  stem unethical conduct in the profession, and directed both PSPTB and key public procurement institutions to take stern measures against breaches of public procurement law.

The deputy permanent secretary also directed PSPTB to collaborate with the Public Procurement Policy Division (PPPD), the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA), the Public Procurement Appeals Authority (PPAA) as well Government Procurement Services Agency (GPSA) to prepare a plan on how they will monitor public institutions towards complying with procurement law.

Earlier, PSPTB Acting Executive Director, Mr. Godfred Mbanyi, had said that the Board would continue to work hard in regulating professional standards and conduct of the professionals in the fields of procurement and supplies and called on the graduands to register themselves as per the requirement of the PSPTB Act,  “otherwise you will forfeit your entitlement to practise as procurement and supplies professionals or technicians.”

In this year’s graduands 223 were Certified Procurement and Supplies Professionals (CPSP), five in Basic category and 35 in the Foundation category.   

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