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Public Procurement

Office of Public Procurement

To continuously maintain a procurement sysytem that obtains the greatest benefits possible for the citizens of Grenada.

To have the most trusted and efficient public procurement system within the Latin American and Caribbean region.

All procuring entities and suppliers are required to execute proper code of ethics during the procurement process. Detailed information on the Code of Ethics in procurement will be uploaded within the coming months.

In executing our mission we are committed to performing all our tasks and activities through the following principles:

  • Transparency - making all relevant information accessible to the public
  • Integrity
  • Fairness
  • Accountability

 

 

Vision, Mission & Values

Vision, Mission & Values

A definition of the Office of Public Procurement objectives and our approach to reach those objectives inclusive of a statement describing the desired future position of the office.

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The Public Procurement Board

The Public Procurement Board

The Board is responsible for ensuring that procurements above the prescribed threshold are conducted in accordance with the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act and Regulations.

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Contract Notices

Contract Notices

A complete listing of contracts to inform service suppliers. Notice for REOI, TOR and RPF are all posted here.

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Contract Awards

Contract Awards

The Government of Grenada (GOG) procures goods and services from suppliers around the world. You can see what goods and services the GOG has procured and from whom here.

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The Office of Public Procurement

The Government of Grenada has introduced a Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act and Regulations to formally legislate the procedures and processes in government purchases of goods, works and services by all public entities including Ministries and Departments, Statutory bodies, Boards and Commissions.
The Act further provides for the relevant institutions, responsible for the proper governance of the procurement system and these institutions prescribes the procedures for its efficient operation, they are The Public Procurement Board, the Review Commission, and the Office of Public Procurement.
The Government of Grenada is committed to applying the provisions of the new procurement legislation in a fair and transparent manner that would result in increased economic benefits to all citizens. At the same time, government expects all stakeholders to comply with the provisions of the Procurement Act to the fullest extent.

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