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The Government has called upon the Procurement and Supply Professionals and Technicians Board (PSPTB) to come up with new strategies to address unethical conduct in the profession, TPJ has learnt.

Addressing the 10th Graduation ceremony of Procurement and Supplies Professionals and Technicians Board held in Dar es Salaam recently, the Director of Administration and Human Resources for Ministry of Finance and Planning, Mr. Michael John, warned procurement and supplies professionals against the vice and warned that the Government would leave no stone unturned in its war against unethical conduct of officials.

Mr. John, who represented the Minister for Finance and Planning, Dr. Philip Mpango, told of the Government’s frustration that various audit reports continued to reveal non-compliance to procurement procedures, despite commendable efforts of the board to de-register and to take to court procurement and supplies professionals who caused losses to the country due to misdeeds. 

“The Board must come up with new strategies to address the trend,” he said.

 Speaking at the same occasion, Commissioner for Public Procurement Policy in the ministry, Dr. Frederick Mwakibinga, said the procurement and supplies profession was being tarnished by some unethical and dishonest professionals, who could otherwise be contributing significantly to the economy if they adhered to professionalism.

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