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Board Accountability in the Procurement Process

  • 29 Jan 2015
  • 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Trinidad Hilton & Conference Centre
  • 16


  • Preferential fee for persons who are members of the Caribbean Corporate Governance Institute (CCGI)
  • Regular fee for persons who are NOT members of the Caribbean Corporate Governance Institute (CCGI)

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Sound public procurement policies and practices are among the essential elements of good corporate governance.  Irregular procurement activities in public and private organizations provide the biggest loophole through which resources are misappropriated.

The Board of Directors has a critical role in ensuring that the procurement function is managed effectively as part of its responsibilities for managing risks and providing value to its stakeholders.

This breakfast seminar provides guidance on the division of responsibilities in the procurement function and examines the requirements of directors in accordance with the Public Procurement & Disposal of Public Property Bill which was passed by the Senate on December 16th 2014.

Target Audience
  • Directors
  • Corporate Secretaries
  • Chairmen
  • Corporate Governance Committee Members
  • Procurement Managers & Officers

    What will be covered?
  • Board Accountability in the Procurement Function 
  • Best Practice Guidance for Separation of Duties in the Procurement Function 


    Best practice guidance for effective governance of the procurement function. Information to assist in creation of procedures which will lead to value added results for shareholders and stakeholders.


    This event will count towards CCGI’s CPD system which is still under development and to be approved by ACTT


  Christine Tonkin
Procurement Reform Specialist

Axel Kravatzky
Chair, CCGI






 Afra Raymond

President, JCC

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