The Public Procurement Oversight Authority (PPOA) is established under an Act of Parliament, the Public Procurement and Disposal Act, 2005. Among other things, the Act established a semi-autonomous oversight body, the Public Procurement Oversight Authority (PPOA), Public Procurement Oversight Advisory Board and the Public Procurement Administrative Review Board. The Authority is among other responsibilities charged with ensuring that all procurement entities observe the provisions of the law.
This strategic plan provides a roadmap for addressing challenges facing the public procurement system and PPOA as an institution. To enable PPOA drive the system’s prosperity, the strategic plan identifies the key focus areas for the planning period as: compliance; capacity building; regulatory framework; human resources; performance management; corporate governance; efficiency and effectiveness; resource mobilization; and corporate image.
For each identified strategic issues, appropriate objectives have been stated. The strategic objectives are to:
• Ensure compliance with the Procurement and Disposal Act, 2005; Regulations, 2006 and PPOA’s guidelines;
• Increase the number of annual reviews from 15 to 63 by 2014;
• Increase the number of annual assessments from 32 to 97 by 2014;
• To increase the numbers of PE implementing the internal procurement performance monitoring tool (IPPMT) form 20 to 100 by 2014;
• Build capacity of persons and institutions involved in procurement;
• Strengthen the regulatory framework for public procurement practice;
• Attract, develop and maintain qualified and skilled human resources;
• Strengthen performance management in PPOA;
• Ensure good corporate governance in PPOA;
• Enhance efficiency and effectiveness in service delivery;
• Enhance mobilization and utilization of financial resources; and
• Improve corporate image of PPOA.
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