The Anambra State Government made significant progress towards reforming public procurement in the State by establishing a modern procurement system and enacting the State Public Procurement Law in 2011. This was drawn largely from a similar law enacted at the national level in 2007, modelled after the United Nations Commission for International Trade Law (UNICITRAL) on procurement of goods, works, and services.

Anambra State Public Procurement Law 2011 is divided into eleven (11) parts with specified requirements for establishment, the functions of the State Council on Public Procurement, conditions for membership and more.

 

 

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