In a three-day workshop last week, senior civil servants at the Ministry of Home Affairs learned how proper procurement procedures and practices can improve government project outcomes.
Some 42 participants including the Deputy Chief Officer, department heads, managers and senior finance officers attended the workshop from 15-17 November at the Government Administration Building ahead of the proposed new Procurement Law and regulations.
International public procurement expert Mr. Paul Emmanuelli conducted the workshop that was organised jointly by the Central Procurement Office with the Civil Service College and the Deputy Governor’s Office, Procurement Office Director Craig Milley outlined.
The workshop is the fourth in our series. It aimed to help government personnel achieve successful project outcomes by meeting operational needs, on time, within budget and by following the process rules.