Monrovia – Thirty-seven procurement staffs from government ministries and agencies as well as partner institutions have begun five-day training in public procurement in Liberia. Mr. Jallah said the number is expected to rise, especially when the opportunity is being provided to procurement officers in the public sector. He maintained that the training of these procurement staffs in the public sectors would beef up their capacity to perform better. According to him, the participation of people from various government sectors would create a sustainable public procurement system in Liberia. “The participants are drawn from several public sector institutions and international organizations including Liberia Institute of Public Administration, Public Procurement and Concession Commission, National Election Commission, University of Liberia, USAID, UNDP and county based institutions,” Beyai asserted.
Source: Front Page Africa November 14, 2017 03:10 UTC