JPIP builds capacity and impart knowledge and best practices in procurement
The Independent Fiduciary Agent (IFA) conducted a two day training on Procurement Procedures and Guidelines for JPIP on 5th – 6th November 2015. The training was to build capacity and impart knowledge and best practices and at the same time prepare the judicial officers in procurement for a smooth transition of procurement functions on JPIP. JPIP procurement processes was previously handled by IFA who are at the end of November 2015 will be expected to hand over the functions to Judiciary all the procurement and financial functions as envisaged in the consultant contract.
The training workshop was attended by Heads of Departments of the Judiciary, Supply Chain Management staff, Members of tender committee, Members of procurement committee, Members of evaluation, negotiations, inspection and acceptance committee, Members of disposal committees, Staff of user departments involved in procurement related functions; and Finance & Accounting staff.
Photo moment: Participants at the procurement training pose for a group photograph.
Guest Lecturer Mbungu Mbumba emphasizing a point
Participants following presentation by Procurement Specialist James Okello.