PPDA ACT UGANDA PDF

The amendments to the PPDA law have introduced several changes prominent of which is the strengthening and enhancement of the role of PPDA in the execution of its regulatory mandate. The Authority, may following the recommendation of a Procuring and Disposing Entity, or after investigations on its own initiative suspend a provider from engaging in any procurement and disposal process for a period determined by the Authority. The grounds for suspension include:. The Authority may at its own initiative or on application from an entity accredit an alternative public procurement or disposal system for an entity that may not able to comply with a procurement or disposal procedure required under PPDA Act. The Authority only considers applications to deviate from the use of standard bidding documents, procedural forms or any other attendant documents which are not suitable for a procurement and disposal process. When conducting procurement audits, compliance checks or investigations, an authorised officer of the Authority may enter any premises of a Government Entity, at a reasonable time and inspect the premises to make any inquiries that may be necessary for the collection of information.

Author:Goltikus Zologis
Country:Burkina Faso
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Education
Published (Last):6 November 2015
Pages:492
PDF File Size:14.98 Mb
ePub File Size:17.99 Mb
ISBN:753-8-90630-341-6
Downloads:9407
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Dutaxe



Display in: French - Spanish Printable version. It hopes that a report will be supplied for examination by the Committee at its next session and that it will contain full information on the matters raised in its previous direct request, which read as follows:.

Article 1 1 c ii and iii of the Convention. Scope of application. In its previous comments, the Committee noted that the Ministry of Labour had identified the Ministries of Government which must be advised of the requirements of the Convention, and that it intended to bring the matter to their attention. In this respect, the Committee recalled that no standard contract existed for public contracts for furnishing supplies and services, and that each public contract of these types was dealt with individually.

The Committee further suggested that General Notice No. The Committee once again stresses that the main objective of the Convention is the insertion of appropriate labour clauses in public contracts so as to ensure to the workers concerned wages and other conditions of labour that are not less favourable than the prevailing conditions.

Recalling also that arrangements seemed to exist for contracts for public works, the Committee hopes that the Government will soon be able to take the necessary measures to apply the Convention to public contracts for the furnishing of supplies and services. Finally, the Committee refers, once again, to its General Survey on labour clauses in public contracts which contains an overview of public procurement practices and procedures in so far as labour conditions are concerned and makes a global assessment of the impact and present-day relevance of Convention No.

It also refers to the Practical Guide, prepared by the Office principally on the basis of the abovementioned General Survey, to help better understand the requirements of the Convention and ultimately improve its application in law and practice.

Finally, the Committee takes this opportunity to refer to its General Survey on labour clauses in public contracts which contains an overview of public procurement practices and procedures in so far as labour conditions are concerned and makes a global assessment of the impact and present-day relevance of Convention No. For all useful purposes, the Committee attaches herewith a copy of a Practical Guide, prepared by the Office principally on the basis of the abovementioned General Survey, to help better understand the requirements of the Convention and ultimately improve its application in law.

The Committee recalled the suggestion made concerning the extension to these public contracts of General Notice No. The Committee notes that the report of the Government does not refer to the above measure and indicates that the provisions of the Convention in question were fully covered by and included in the revision of the legislation and that the Draft Employment Rights Act seeks to cover employment in public service and any public or parastatal organization.

The Committee recalls that the main objective of the Convention is the insertion of appropriate labour clauses in public contracts so as to ensure to the workers concerned wages and other conditions of labour that are not less favourable than the prevailing conditions. It hopes that a report will be supplied for examination by the Committee at its next session and that it will contain full information on the matters raised in its previous direct request, which reads as follows:.

The Committee notes that the Government's report has not been received. It hopes that a report will be supplied for examination by the Committee at its next session and that it will contain full information on the following matters raised in its previous direct request:.

With reference to its previous comments, the Committee noted that the Ministry of Labour had identified the Ministries of Government which must be advised of the requirements of the Convention, and that it intends to bring the matter to their attention.

In this respect, the Committee recalls that it had noted previously that no standard contract exists for public contracts for furnishing supplies and services, and that each public contract of these types is dealt with individually.

The Committee recalls the suggestion made concerning the extension to these public contracts of General Notice No. With reference to its previous comments, the Committee notes with interest that the Ministry of Labour has identified the Ministries of Government which must be advised of the requirements of the Convention, and that it intends to bring the matter to their attention.

The Committee recalls that no arrangements exist which apply the Convention to public contracts for the furnishing of supplies and services Article 1 1 c ii and iii of the Convention , though such arrangements do appear to exist for public contracts for public works.

The Committee suggests that the Government take the necessary measures to apply the Convention to these kinds of public contracts, for instance by extending to them General Notice No. Search User guide Glossary. MLC, EPLex Employment protection legislation database.

Compendium of court decisions. It expects that the next report will contain full information on the matters raised in its previous comments. The Committee informs the Government that, if it has not supplied replies to the points raised by 1 September , then it may proceed with the examination of the application of the Convention on the basis of the information at its disposal at its next session.

Articles 1 and 2 of the Convention. Insertion of labour clauses in public contracts. In its previous comment, the Committee requested the Government to clarify whether following the adoption of new public procurement legislation, i. Moreover, the Committee notes that under the public procurement legislation, the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority PPDA has been established to advise the central and local governments and statutory bodies on all public procurement policies, principles and practices, as well as to prepare and issue authorized versions of the standardized tender documents.

However, it remains unclear whether the PPDA has taken any action to ensure the insertion of labour clauses of the type prescribed by Article 2 of the Convention in the general and special conditions of contract or other common specification standards to be used by procurement entities. In its latest report, the Government indicates that one of the strategies of the National Employment Policy, adopted in May , is to integrate employment concerns in public works contracts and to improve the terms and conditions of work of those engaged in their execution.

The Government also indicates that consideration will be given to labour clauses in public contracts in the context of the ongoing process to implement the National Employment Policy and harmonize the labour legislation. The Committee hopes that the Government will take the necessary measures to give effect to the core requirement of the Convention very shortly — either under the existing public procurement legislation or within the broader framework of the National Employment Policy — and requests it to keep the Office informed of any progress made in this respect.

It hopes that the next report will contain full information on the matters raised in its previous comments initially made in Despite some initial indications provided by the Government in that all relevant ministries would be advised accordingly, no subsequent information was ever communicated reporting concrete progress in these matters.

In addition, the Committee notes that the public procurement legislation has undergone a major reform through the adoption of the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act, , and the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Regulations, The Committee understands that the reform of the legislative framework principally aimed at the establishment of a central organ for state administration in all matters of public procurement — the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority PPDA — in order to foster transparency, accountability and effectiveness in the procurement process.

The Committee observes, however, that the new public procurement legislation, which contains very detailed provisions on all stages of the bidding and selection process, does not set out any standards concerning the labour conditions applicable to workers engaged in the execution of public contracts.

In view of these legislative changes, the Committee seriously doubts whether the General Notice No. The Committee accordingly requests the Government to provide all necessary clarifications in this respect.

Moreover, noting that under the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act, the PPDA is responsible for, inter alia, adopting common specification standards to be used by procurement entities, preparing standardized bidding documents and procedural forms, and also monitoring the performance of the public procurement system, the Committee requests the Government to take all appropriate action to ensure that the new public procurement legislation expressly provides for the insertion of labour clauses in public contracts in accordance with the requirements of the Convention.

Article 1 1 c ii — iii of the Convention.

GSM MODEM WAVECOM Q2303A PDF

Finance Committee meets stakeholders on the PPDA Amendment Bill

The Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority PPDA is a parastatal organisation in Uganda that is responsible for regulation and supervision of procurement and disposal of government-owned property and other assets. It is the "regulator of public procurement and disposal of public assets in Uganda". As of March [update] , the PPDA faced challenges in the following areas: 1 At that time, the 70 employees were not enough to cater to the many services required of staff. However, the staffing and funding at the authority has remained static since its creation in However, increasingly, the authority's services are needed in far-flung upcountry locations.

EXPLORATIONS AN INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMY ARNY PDF

Role of PPDA

.

AFI 33-150 PDF

Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority

.

CONVERT DRM AZW4 TO PDF

.

Related Articles