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1.7 bn/- overpaid to contractors Procuring entities made unwarranted             overpayments amounting to nearly 1.7 billion shillings to contractors forworks not done as a result of inflated quantities of works and shoddy works, a report on procurement audit reveals. Read the Full Story
Concerted efforts in managing procurement contracts needed-PPRA Procuring entities need to take concerted measures to address weaknesses and capacity gaps identified in procurement contract management, a report on procurement audit reveals. Read the Full Story
Compliance level of 72 percent still a challenge in public procurement The procurement audits carried out in 76 procuring entities for the period ended 30 June, 2014 have revealed that extra efforts are needed to ensure that public procurement performance is improved in order to achieve the targeted compliance level of 72 percent by financial year 2013/14. Read the Full Story


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The Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) is a regulatory body established under the Public Procurement Act CAP 410 as repealed by the Public Procurement Act No.7 of  2011.The Authority is charged with regulatory functions and vested with oversight powers and responsibilities on all public procurement activities carried by all public bodies in the mainland Tanzania.

The objectives of PPRA are to ensure the application of fair, competitive, transparent, non-discriminatory and value for money procurement standards and practices; set standards for the public procurement systems in United Republic of  Tanzania; monitor compliance of procuring entities;and build ,in collaboration with Public Procurement Policy Division and other relevant professional bodies, procurement capacity in the United Republic.

 

 

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