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Last Updated on Sep 18 2013

Cross Section of Staff Members

Staff of the National Public Procurement Authority pictured with Brima Bangura, Chief Executive (front row, center) at their head office OAU Drive Tower Hill, Freetown. 
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Welcome to the Website of the National Public Procurement Authority, Sierra Leone. The National Public Procurement Authority is one of the fundamental institutions established by the government of Sierra Leone to accelerate economic growth and ensure sustainable development for the country.

The National Public Procurement Authority (NPPA) was established under the Public Procurement Act of 2004 to perform oversight functions and advise the Government of Sierra Leone on Public Procurement management. Public procurement is a significant means through which the government of Sierra Leone meets its development needs through the provision of physical infrastructure and the supply of essential goods and services.

In addition to the financial funding of the government of Sierra Leone, the Integrated Public Financial Management Reform project  (IPFMRP) a muliti donor project with funding from the European Commisisom, DFiD, World Bank and the African Development Bank  has been very instrumental in providing financial support to the National Public Procurement Authority  through the Public Financial Management Reform Unit (PFMRU) in the Minsitry of Finance and Economic Development. 

The upgrade of this website is a case in point that could not have been achieved without financial support from this project. While you are here have a look at this binary options website to learn about trading and how it affects National Public Procurement Authority and binary options brokers. The National Public Procurement Authority wishes to acknowledge herein that it has enjoyed a very cordial working relationship with the PFMRU and remains grateful to the management of that unit for developing the website to modern standards.

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