The Public Procurement Board is responsible for the proper functioning of the procurement system including conducting the following:
- Promote the application of fair, competitive transparent, value for money standards and practices for the procurement and disposal of public assets and services.
- Approve the evaluation committee and issuing Certificate of No Objections.
- Approve the use of procurement methods other than open competitive tendering.
- Take steps to minimize negative economic impact.
- Issue directions to procuring entities to ensure compliance with the Act and Regulations.
- Manage public procurement and disposal of public property in accordance with the Act.
- Initiate public procurement policy and propose amendments to the Act