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Government to Implement Strategies to Eliminate Corruption in Public Contracting

Government to Implement Strategies to Eliminate Corruption in Public Contracting

The Mozambican State’s National Director for Patrimony, Albertina Furquia, revealed on Tuesday 28 November that the government intends to expand the circulation of information on contracting in the country, with the aim of guaranteeing transparency and reducing levels of corruption in public contracting.

Speaking during a meeting to discuss the New Public Procurement Regulations, she explained that various channels will be used to publicise the issue, which will allow for the active participation of partners, both from the state and the private sector, since both parties have a duty to contribute to the process of fighting corruption.

“We want to use partnerships even with the media, so that they intensify the circulation of information,” he added.

With regard to the quality of the works, the source said that it is important that the best options are assessed and selected, so that resilient infrastructures are avoided.

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“The responsibility for defining the technical specifications and the profile of the bidders lies with the organisation launching the tender. However, it is necessary to draw up the terms of reference that will dictate the best solution and avoid hiring unqualified companies,” he said.


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