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The Public Procurement and Concessions Commission or PPCC, in collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development Governance and Economic Management Support Project or USAID_GEMS, has launched the 2016 Public Procurement Clients Perception Survey Report.

According to the Chairman of the Board of commissioners of PPCC, Prof. Willie Belleh, the assistance by its partners has strengthened the capacity of the PPCC to make it currently efficient and effective. The 2016 Survey strictly focused on the level of perception Public Procurement clients consider as a system so as to be corruption-free among other variables.

The report gives a sense of impact of the various interventions by partners for which USAID GEMS has been a major player in partnership with the PPCC. The United State Agency for International Development Governance and Economic Management Support Project is a five years-technical assistance initiative to improve performance through strengthening the capacity of the public administration sector in Liberia.

Speaking at launch, the chief launcher of the survey – Vice President Joseph N. Boakai said he was very impressed to see the level of interest generated in the launching because for the business community to participate in the excised was a good thing.

VP Boakai indicated that it was a great pleasure to join the PPCC to launch the second phase of the survey report, which in his own mind, was a positive step taking by the Government of Liberia and its partners.
He also thanked Dr.

Belleh for his continued efforts toward the Procumbent resumed agenda that will support and improved the development of the country.  ‘’ with this, we can understand the issue about cross session of individual effort in the PPCC system,’’ he said, encouraging other government units to work in line with the PPCC and partners.

“The PPCC is focused on the progressive quality of service and very appreciated of the fact that is is strengthening the private sector, “ the Vice President noted.  

By Bridgett Milton

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