A Summer Intensive on The Public Procurement & Disposal of Property Act No.1 of 2015
In December 2014 the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago passed into law the Public Procurement & Disposal of Property Act which was assented to by the President in early 2015. The PP&DP Act No.1 of 2015 now brings all procurement of goods, works and services using “public money” under an overarching statutory framework. New procedural, disclosure and reporting obligations have been created for all public sector bodies and new rights and liabilities created for public sector suppliers. Despite the absence of regulations, identifying institutional and professional capacity weaknesses in preparation for the proclamation of the new procurement regime will be key to ensuring efficiency in transitioning from the old regime to the new.
Introducing the New Procurement Regime
It is with this objective The Caribbean Procurement Institute, along with the Caribbean Association of Procurement Professionals is pleased to present A Summer Intensive on The Public Procurement & Disposal of Property Act No.1 of 2015 on Monday 17th August, 2015 at 9:00 am – 5:00 pm,Hyatt Regency, Trinidad. In this specialized one day programme participants will gain an in-depth introduction to the emerging procurement regime under the PP&DPA No.1 of 2015 and the tools to manage the most challenging issues under the new procurement regime.
An independent clause by clause analysis of the new public procurement regime developed for Public Sector Bodies and Suppliers.
- Jumpstart your organizations preparation for the implementation of the new public procurement regime
- Benchmark existing tender rules and processes with the new statutory mandate
- Understand how to place the emerging statutory regime within the context of existing common law competitive bidding obligations
- Learn the new public purchaser and supplier obligations relating to procurement planning and reporting, confidentiality and disclosure, civil and criminal liabilities, cancellation rights, local preference and disposal of public property
- The Office of Procurement Regulator – Powers and Responsibilities
- New Statutory Responsibilities of Procurement Officers
- New Anti-Corruption Offences created by the PP&DPA
- Whistleblowing under the PP&DPA
Who Should Attend
- Lawyers advising public purchasers
- Lawyers advising Contractors & Suppliers
- Finance Professionals (CFOs, Accountants, Auditors)
- Procurement, Supply & Logistics Professionals
- Project Management & Construction Professionals
- Tender Committee Members
- State Sector Board Members
- Public Sector Suppliers
- Venue: Hyatt Regency, Trinidad
- Date: Monday 17th, 2015 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
- Registration cost: $1095 USD plus VAT
- CAPP Member Rate: $995 USD plus VAT
In addition to meals and programme materials, participants receive a Certificate of Participation and 8 Continuous Professional Development points. Participants also receive 50% discount on CAPP Registration Dues for 2015-2016.
For more information on the programme, please click on A Summer Intensive to download the event brochure.
Registration is Open
Spaces are limited. Register now at A Summer Intensive or send an email with your registration details to Dian. You can also call 1(868) 624 4997 for more information on attendance fees and to learn more about our CAPP member discounts.
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
― Benjamin Franklin
Get Ready for the New Procurement Regime with an Independent Introduction to the New Statutory Rights, Obligations & Liabilities