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World Bank Procurement Professionalisation

Please join World Bank discussion on March 3, 2021 (8am-10am Washington time) for a discussion featuring Professor Dermot Cahill, Director of Strategy HelpUsTrade, along with a range of expert discussants on the challenges and outcomes facing countries supporting the professionalisation of public procurement to help strengthen the skills and competencies of procurement practitioners to make the delivery of goods and services more efficient.

“Procurement Professionalisation in Challenging Environments”

Please join World Bank discussion on March 3, 2021 (8am-10am Washington time) for a discussion featuring Professor Dermot Cahill, Director of Strategy HelpUsTrade, along with a range of expert discussants on the challenges and outcomes facing countries supporting the professionalisation of public procurement to help strengthen the skills and competencies of procurement practitioners to make the delivery of goods and services more efficient.

Learn about Afghanistan and Nigeria’s experiences http://bit.ly/3dJ0tUZ and join a range of speakers and discussants on the Who? What? Why? Where? and How? of public procurement professionalisation implementation.

Chair: Vinay Sharma, Global Director, Governance Procurement, World Bank

Moderator: A K Kalesh Kumar, Senior Procurement Specialist, World Bank

Speakers:

Alham Omar Hotaki, CEO and Director General of the National Procurement Authority (NPA) of Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

Ahmad Shah Naqshbandi, Deputy for Professionalization (NPA)

Dr. Joshua Atah, National Coordinator of the Sustainable Procurement, Environmental and Social Standards Enhancement (SPESSE) Project in Nigeria

Aliyu E. Aliyu, Director, Regulations, Database and ICT Department of Nigeria Bureau of Public Procurement

Expert Discussants:

Kim Phan, Director of the International Law Institute

Prof. Dermot Cahill, Head of Strategy, HelpUsTrade, and Former Founder Director, Institute for Competition and Procurement Studies, Bangor University, UK

Uwingeneye Joyeuse, Director General of Rwanda Public Procurement Authority

James Kaloki, Ag. CEO, Kenya Institute of Supplies Management, Nairobi, Kenya

Project Overview:
Date:
3rd March 2021
Client:
World Bank
Location:
Global

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