Procurement

Procurement compliance services

Procurement is one of the government activities most vulnerable to corruption. Procurement compliance constitutes an important element of corruption risk management strategies in procurement processes, both in terms of prevention and detection of fraud and corruption.

Compliance checklists reflect good practice in procurement processes by providing a set of indicators to assess adherence to the organisation’s procurement rules and regulations. These checklists are often structured around the major phases of the procurement cycle and typically cover the various risks associated with each phase of the contracting process, using red flags as indicators. For the successful implementation of such compliance tool, Duja can design such checklists for its clients, which are user-friendly, easy to apply and supported by regular training and awareness raising activities.

Design of policies and procedures

A policy is a statement of agreed intent that clearly and unequivocally sets out an organisation’s views with respect to a matter. It is a set of principles and/or rules that provide a definite direction for an organisation and assist in defining what must be done.

A procedure is a clear step-by-step method for implementing an organisation’s policy and/ or responsibility. Procedures describe a logical sequence of activities or processes that are to be followed to complete a task or function in a correct and consistent manner.

Procedures can be produced in the form of flowcharts, checklists or written steps of the process. At Duja, we will design your policies and procedures to suit your needs.

Administration of tender evaluation procedures

Throughout the tender evaluation procedure, Duja can assist its clients in an administrative capacity, by overseeing the evaluation process and to ensure that the evaluation process followed is aligned with the applicable standard operating policy and procedures of the organisation.

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