28 December 2022
The Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Authority (PPDA) will hold a Public Procurement Master class for members of the media on Friday 13 January 2023 at Crossroads hotel in Lilongwe from 08:30am.
Flying under the theme ‘Understanding the Public Procurement System in Malawi’ the
master class seeks to create a knowledge sharing platform where members of the media
and other key stakeholders will deliberate on the public procurement system in Malawi.
Among other things, the class will look at the following:
1. Role of the PPDA Board and the Anti-Corruption Bureau in Public Procurement
2. Approval Cycles
3. Role of the Media
To participate, please register by sending your particulars to email@example.com or via
WhatsApp to 0999 963 486 before 7January 2022. Preregistration is a qualification
NOTE: Registration is FREE.
PPDA is an Authority responsible for the regulation, monitoring and oversight of Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets in Malawi.
Kate T. Kujaliwa
(265) 99 9 963 486
DIGITIZATION OF PROCESS OF REVIEWING APPLICATIONS
Lilongwe 24th February, 2022-The Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Authority (PPDA) would like to notify the general public and potential suppliers to the government that it has now automated its internal system for processing applications for PPDA certificates. This is part of PPDA’s efforts to fully digitize the system for procurement and disposal of public assets to enhance service delivery in line with the Malawi Government’s Public Sector Reforms Agenda.
The new digitized system will offer many benefits to applicants including timely review of their applications and convenience in accessing information on the status of their applications.
The PPDA remains committed to providing a professional, efficient and effective regulatory, monitoring and oversight function on procurement and disposal of public assets.
For more information, call 0887 083 261 or write firstname.lastname@example.org.