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PROCUREMENT UNIT


INTRODUCTION
The Unit was established following the creation of the Procurement Officer Cadre in the Federal Public Service, and the subsequent directive by the Head of Civil Service of the Federation that all Ministries, Department and Agencies should establish a Procument Department accordingly.

The Procurement Unit serve as the Secretariat for the Procurement Planning Committee and it also responsible for managing all aspects of the Commission's Procurement Process in line with the Public Procurement Act, 2007.

 

   
FUNCTIONS

 

  • Ensuring due process in the Procurement of goods and service in the Commission;
  • Undertaking market survey and maitenance of a periodically updated price database
  • Ensuring adherance to all extant Public Sector Procurement procedures and regulations;
  • Maintenance of a register of suppliers/Contractors for the Commission;
  • Effective liason with the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP);

 

STRUCTURE

The Procurment Unit reports to the Secretary to the Commission. It is through the Office of the Secretary to the Commission that the Unit relates to the Bureau of Public Procurement, and with other Departments and Units within the Commission.

The Accounting Officer (The Secretary to the Commission ) supervises the conduct of all Procurment processes and also liaise with the Bureau of Public Procurement to ensure the consuct of all procurement activities are in compliance with all extant rules and regulations.

 

KEY OFFICERS

 

1. Mr. T.E. ADOFU- Ag.CPO.  (Click here to read Profile)
2. Mr. M. LAWAN - Procurement Officer I. (Click to read Profile)
3. Miss C.O. OSUJI- Confidential Secretary I

 

ACTIVITIES

OVERVIEW OF PROCUREMENT ACTIVITIES

Procurment Planning in the Commission started at the earliest part of the fourth quarter of every year when the Operational Departments are expected to submit their request for consideration and approval by the Procurment Planning Committee for the next fiscal years' project execution. This is to ensure speedy implementation of projects by the Operational Departments within the stipulated time frame.

STEPS INVOLVED IN THE PROCURMENT PROCESS .

(i) Identification of needs assessments by the Operational Departments

(ii) Appropriation

(iii) Advertisements

(iv) Transparent Pre-qualification

(v) Bid Submission

(vi) Bid Opening

(vii) Bid Evaluation both technically and financially

(viii) Tenders Board Approval

(ix) Contract Execution

 

 

 

 
  
 
         



 
       
   
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