Procurement Department still remains one of the departments in the University that receives the greatest focus and interest from both internal and external stakeholders. This is because of the heavy spending through Procurement as well as the socio-economic and political paradigm shift. This shift has seen citizens getting more interested in participating in the affairs that affect them. One is reminded of the old Greece where, “…a man who does not meddle in the affairs of state is good for nothing”. The Public Procurement Law allows any citizen to question or even go to court to petition a Procurement process. He does not need to be a candidate of the said tender.
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