Government is acting on an IPPR call to close a loophole in the public procurement debarment system
In this edition of Procurement Tracker we look at at what a recent investigation report said about TransNamib’s procurement practices. In addition, the governance risks in the upstream petroleum sector are put under the spotlight. The bulletin also gives an update on the recent controversial health tenders.
In the light of recent procurement scandals, it’s time to give teeth to the procurement system’s investigative capabilities.
The Procurement Policy Unit in the Ministry of Finance has laid bare some of the challenges it faces in a combined report for 2017-20 that was recently tabled in the National Assembly. This edition of the Procurement Tracker bulletin looks at the critical issues the report raises and the solutions that are also posited.
For the first time Namibians have reasonably good access to what’s happening in the public procurement world via data made available by the Procurement Policy Unit in the Ministry of Finance. In this edition of Procurement Tracker Namibia we take a look at the procurement data of the Ministry of Health and Social Services (MHSS) […]
The April 2020 edition of the Procurement Tracker Namibia bulletin examines how the system based on the Procurement Act passed in 2015 has performed over the last three years. In addition, the bulletin looks at how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted procurement in Namibia.