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Brief : Call to orient audit people with PPR
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The Financial Express
6th Morch, 2011

 

BARISAL, Mar 5: A fear of audit objections prevails among the government officials that often make them worried about proper implementation of the public procurement rules (PPR).
The participants at a day-long workshop on public procurement at Barisal Thursday identified this as one of the barriers to operationalising the PPR in the process of public procurement, according to a press release.

They gave suggestions to include the audit people in such workshops and orient them about the provisions of the PPR.

Organised by the Central Procurement Technical Unit (CPTU) of the Ministry of Planning the workshop titled Future Search Conference (FSC) on Public Procurement was facilitated by the Bangladesh Centre for Communication Programmes (BCCP).

Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Barisal SM Arif-ur-Rahman inaugurated the workshop as the chief guest. Additional Deputy Commissioner (General) AJM Abdullahil Baqi, Additional Superintendent of Police Md Abdus Salam, Director of CPTU Md Aziz Taher Khan an

 
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