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PUBLIC PROCUREMENT COMMISSION HOLDS STAKEHOLDER MEETING WITH PROCURING ENTITIES

The Public Procurement Commission today conducted a Stakeholder Meeting with public procuring entities at the ...
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Procurement Training Workshop

On May 28, 2019 a one (1) day Procurement Management workshop was held at the ...
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Stakeholder engagement with State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA) and Small Business Bureau (SBB)

On March 12, 2019, the Commission hosted a meeting with representatives of the State Assets ...
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Chairperson, Mrs. Carol Corbin – Interview with Stabroek News

The following article is based on an interview conducted by Stabroek News, with the Chairperson ...
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Public Procurement Commission at the University of Guyana 2019 Open/Career Day

On February 15, 2019, the Public Procurement Commission (PPC) participated in the Open/Career Day at ...
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In the Spotlight


Debarment Regulations Gazetted

In 2018, the Public Procurement Commission, (PPC), completed its initial review of and consultations on the draft Suspension and Debarment Regulations produced by the Ministry of Finance in 2016. The revised Draft Regulations were then submitted to the Attorney General’s Chambers for finalisation and tabling in Parliament. The new Suspension and Debarment Regulations were submitted to the National Assembly by ...
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The PPC at Work


PUBLIC PROCUREMENT COMMISSION HOLDS STAKEHOLDER MEETING WITH PROCURING ENTITIES

The Public Procurement Commission today conducted a Stakeholder Meeting with public procuring entities at the Pegasus Hotel, Georgetown. Attending were Permanent Secretaries and Heads of Department from various Ministries and Government Agencies with their procurement staff, and representatives of the Guyana Defence Force, Local Government Commission and the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation. Matters discussed during the meeting included recent ...
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Staff Performance Appraisal System

The Public Procurement Commission implemented its Staff Performance Appraisal System effective May 2019. The new Performance Appraisal System is intended to provide the means by which the Commission can establish and maintain individual accountability, recognize employees for good performance, encourage professional development and provide for employee development, all of which supports the governance and management functions of the Commission ...
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