Friday 19th September the PPDA, the public procurement regulator, holds the first ever Procurem...
Lately, the East African Community (EAC) heads of state have been walking the talk of the integratio...
Zero Tolerance Against Corruption and Fraud Being the regulator of public procurement in Uganda, ...
Chinese companies have been accused of biding low to edge out local contractors. PPDA advises UNRA t...
The PPDA has suspended 34 more companies from participating in public procurement bring the number o...
Procurement Baraza to empower Tororo stakeholdersThursday, 18 September 2014 14:43
The role of procurement in the EAC integrationFriday, 05 September 2014 09:52
Zero Tolerance Against Corruption and FraudMonday, 18 August 2014 08:33
Chinese firms edging out local contractorsThursday, 31 July 2014 14:47
PPDA suspends over 30 companiesMonday, 14 July 2014 09:35
Zero Tolerance Against Corruption and Fraud
Being the regulator of public procurement in Uganda, the PPDA has zero tolerance against corruption and fraud. All Public Officers and PPDA staff must behave and act according to our ethical values.
To report any PPDA staff or public official who solicits for a bribe or is involved in any corrupt activity, send your complaint or information to:
Amended PPDA Act & Regulations came into force 3 March 2014
Amended PPDA Act & Regulations 2014
On 3 March the Amended PPDA Act & Regulations came into force. The amendments will significantly change the way public procurement is managed in Uganda. Some of the immediate benefits are promotion of local businesses under the preference and reservation schemes, and efficiency in public procurement. The new law also demands great accountability from both public and private officials involved in procurement.
The Government of Uganda initiated reforms in the public procurement and disposal sector in 1997, following the enactment of the 1995 constitution and the introduction of several reforms and structural adjustment programmes. Prior to this, public procurement was governed by the 1977 Public Finance (Tender Board) Regulations under the Public Finance Act of 1964.
A world-class public procurement and disposal system that is efficient, transparent and accountable.
To regulate and facilitate public procurement and disposal in Uganda by setting standards, building capacity and monitoring compliance and ultimately contribute to socio-economic development
16 August 2014
The Government of the Republic of Uganda has received a Grant from the International Development Association (IDA) towards strengthening readiness for Electronic Government Procurement (e-GP) in...
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