Procurement Policy Review in the Philippines

There is truth to the saying that no problems are ended the moment a law is passed, in fact it has just started. Just as the law was passed so are creative ways been invented in order to circumvent the existing provisions of the law.  It should also be remembered that the law is the output of legislators with intrinsic interests to protect and a result of lobbying, procurement being largely a part of the politicized bargaining process of budgeting.   This being the case there is also a need to review certain provisions of the law and existing procurement policies which may proved to be counter productive

The main aim of the review is to provide a deeper understanding and informed appreciation of the policy environment that shape and contribute to the understanding and practice of the SAc in the Philippines. Click here to read draft paper

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