PUBLIC NOTICE

M/S NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY FUND
AND
THE ACCOUNTANT GENERAL, MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND PLANNING
(Read Out Decision 04/05/2018)

M/S MASWI DRILLING COMPANY LIMITED
AND
SENGEREMA DISTRICT COUNCIL
(Read Out Decision 11/05/2018)




Our Motto

"Timely and Fair Appeals Dispensation "

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Forms

2. PPAA FORM No.1       (Statement of Appeal)

3. PPAA FORM No.2         (Statement of Reply)

4. PPAA FORM No.7            (Application for Extension of Time)

5. PPAA FORM No.8

APPEAL FILLING FEES

Coming into operation of Public Procurement Act 2011

 

The Public Procurement Act of 2011 (Cap 410), which was passed by the Parliament in November, 2011 and thereafter assented to by the President of the United Republic of Tanzania, has finally come into operation following a notice of its commencement published in the Government Gazette  No. 445 dated 13th December, 2013.

TPJ learnt about this information from the office of the Commissioner for Public Procurement Policy in the Ministry of Finance. According to the Commissioner’s office, the coming into effect of the Act was subject to publication of regulations made under it which have also been published in the Government Gazette No. 446 dated 20th December, 2013.

It is TPJ understanding that the coming into operation of the 2011 Act has automatically ceased the operation of the Public Procurement Act of 2004 and its embedded regulations. TPJ is hence expecting the relevant authorities to take appropriate steps to inform the general public and public procurement stakeholders of the coming into operation of the 2011 Act and its regulations. It is also the TPJ expectations that major changes which have been brought by the 2011 Act will be disseminated to all stakeholders in public procurement.

 

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Date

Friday, 20 July 2018

IPPC 8


The 8th International Public Procurement Conference

Wednesday 8th – Friday 10th August, 2018

Arusha, Tanzania


Public Procurement remains a key focus for policy makers in this time of global downturn and austerity. As such both academics and practitioners have a desire to share their research and practice in and open and transparent environment. In Arusha, Tanzania, the eighth International Public Procurement Conference (IPPC8) will take place. The IPPC is one of the largest, if not the largest, international public procurement conference globally dedicated to academic discussion and practitioner engagement. Over the last 14 years having built its profile in attracting partcipants from almost100 countries. For detailed information about IPPC8, please click here

 




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