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Mission

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.

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Brima Bangura - Chief Executive Officer (NPPA)

Brima Bangura, Chief Executive

Mr. Brima Bangura joined the National Public Procurement Authority (NPPA) as Chief Executive in January 2012. Before joining NPPA, he worked for two and a half years as the Financial Controller of the National Power Authority through a DFID/World Bank funded programme to rehabilitate the electricity sector in Sierra Leone.

Mr. Bangura is UK educated with a BA (Hons) degree in Finance, Economics and Accounting, and as MSc in Public Policy and Management from the University of London. After his first degree, he trained and qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Emile Wolfe and Financial Training Ltd (UK), and has many years experience both in the private and public sectors with UK companies and government institutions such as Granada Group, P&O Ltd, National Endowment for science, Technology and Arts (NESTA) and General Dental Council, where he held a senior management in Sierra Leone.

Mr. Bangura is proud of his recent membership of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CISP), and very passionate about ensuring the effectiveness of NPPA as a regulator and monitor of public procurement in Sierra Leone. 

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Save Public Money

Delivering the best overall value to the Institute"Procurement monitoring ensures fairness, transparency and professionalism”


In modern democratic dispensations and economies, the world is turning its eyes and maintaining zero tolerance to corruption.


Transparency in selection process, to ensure equal opportunities for all eligible bidders


An inefficient and ineffective procurement system has a serious negative effect on good governance


Good procurement management promotes national development”- Dr Kaifala Marrah


Identifying and recommending environmentally responsible procurement practices


Make Every LeoneGo an Extra  Mile!!!
 

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