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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.

Moses Ngebeh

Moses Ngebeh, Head of Procurement Department

Since joining National Public Procurement Authority (NPPA) in 2005, Moses has served in various positions in the Authority such as Procurement Officer, Senior Procurement Officer and now the Head of Procurement Department.
Core Strengths: Procurement Planning and Management, Contract Negotiation and Management, Vendor Relations Management, Team Building and Leadership Skills, Upward and Downward Communication and Quality Assurance.
He holds M.Sc degree in Supply Chain, Universidad Empresarial De Costa Rica (UNEM), Post Graduate Diploma in Procurement Management, Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM), Bachelor degree in Education, Majoring in Economics at the Njala University and a Professional certificate member at the Chartered Institute of Purchasing Supply (CIPS).
Procurement Department Mission:
To ensure full compliance by all procuring entities with the requirements of the public procurement Act 2004 and its regulation through efficient and effective advice to entities on matters relating to public procurement.
Specific Functions:
Assist in the formulation of policies and standards on public procurement and to ensure compliance by all procuring entities to procurement contracts;
  • Provide interpretation of the Act and other instruments governing the procurement process;
  • Issue out standard forms of contract and standard bidding documents for mandatory use by all Miniseries, Departments and Agencies including Local Councils;
  • Assist MDAs including Local Councils in the  preparation of annual procurement plans;
  • The department also provides professional advice in the management of works contracts and training of Procurement officers in all MDAs on public procurement practices and procedures in Sierra Leone; 
  • Provide technical guidance to procuring entities in establishing procurement structures in accordance with the Public Procurement Act  2004;
  • Visitations to various work sites to ascertain the status of civil works all over the country; 
  • Provide Help Desk, giving technical support for the reviewing of all procurement actions in accordance with the public procurement Act 2004 by all MDAs including Local Councils.
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