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Haiti launches 2-month training on public procurements

Valéry Bennett

National Palace Correspondent

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (sentinel.ht) – A new initiative was launched Tuesday to train citizens, organizations and state agencies on how to go about contractual procuring through the Haitian government.

The training is being spearheaded by the National Commission of Public Procurement (CNMP). It says the initiative aims to train agents of the state, autonomous bodies or public enterprises with the legal procedures for procurement.

The public will be entitled to panel discussions and thematic workshops organized around the theme “Transparency of public procurement, a step toward a culture of good economic governance.”

It also served as an opportunity for Prime Minister Enex Jean Charles to call on government officials to respect the rules of the public procurement process.

The training began Tuesday, September 13 and will continue through October, ending in November 16, 2016. It is being funded by the Haitian treasury.

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Post source : Prime Ministry of Haiti

About The Author

Valéry Bennett is a graduate student of Digital Publishing at ESCP, Paris. He is of Haitian descent and participates in the biennial mission trip with his church.