The Mission of the National Public Procurement Authority is to regulate and monitor public procurement in Sierra Leone and to advise Government on issues relating to public procurement.
Mohamed J Musa, Head, Monitoring and Evaluation Department
M.J. Musa is the head of the Monitoring and Evaluation Department, a pivotal technical wing of the National Public Procurement Authority. In this capacity, he is charged with the responsibility to design the framework and strategy for public procurement monitoring and evaluation in Sierra Leone
Mr. Musa joined NPPA in 2006 as one of the first core technical staff members recruited to move the procurement reform process in Sierra Leone forward. Since joining the department, he has been able to develop the procurement monitoring and evaluation framework for the public sector procurement in Sierra Leone. He has the responsibility to undertake routine monitoring, investigative monitoring and evaluate the operations of procurement in terms of both compliance with the law and quality performance. He is also the lead person in the Country Procurement Assessment Review (CPAR).
Mr. Musa has represented the Authority in various and varied fora, both at National and International levels. He represented Sierra Leone in the development of the Tender Code for the Economic Commission of West African States. He has represented Sierra Leone and made a number of technical presentations at the Commonwealth public procurement Network technical meetings over the past four years (2009 to 2012). He is a trainer and Chairman of the Sierra Leone Procurement Network (SLPN) initiated by UNFPA. As a national trainer in procurement, he has also contributed considerably in the development of professionalism in procurement in Sierra Leone. Want to learn about Xanax? Have a look at this website for Xanax online. He has also played a major role in training civil society organizations on procurement monitoring.
Mr. Musa has a vast working background as a Statistician, Consultant for development programmes, researcher, project manager, procurement manager and conflict management consultant for the past 20 years (1983 to 2003).
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