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Launch of the Conversations for Change series

Launch of the Conversations for Change series

In collaboration with CIVICUS (an international alliance dedicated to strengthen citizen action and civil society around the world), Disclosure Today launched the first of a series of Conversations for Change, Reimagining Civic Power and Responsibility on the Global Day of …

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Why Disclosure Today?

Why Disclosure Today?

Why Disclosure Today?

In resource-rich Trinidad and Tobago the issues of corruption, waste and mismanagement are of primary concern. The government is the single largest procurer of goods, works and services and public procurement is most vulnerable to abuses.   The …

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Redefining Governance – Part 1

Redefining Governance – Part 1

 

 

Helen Drayton –Independent Senator, Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago / Former Chairman & Co-Founder Caribbean Procurement Institute

Deep social problems, some of which give rise to crime, have until now eluded successive governments. Only last week, in …

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4thCPPC2014 Recommendations

4thCPPC2014 Recommendations

 

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On the 1-2 December 2014, the Caribbean Procurement Institute hosted the 4th Caribbean Public Procurement Conference (CPPC). Mr. Reggie Dumas chaired the conference and the theme of the conference was Redefining Governance: Empowerment

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Pick Me For Value!

Pick Me For Value!

As a child I never considered myself an athlete. I was the last to be picked for a football team and it was only to even the sides. My favourite position was “Last Stopper” as it allowed me time to …

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4TH CAPP FORUM – PUBLIC SESSION

4TH CAPP FORUM – PUBLIC SESSION

The 4th CAPP Capacity Building Forum will be held on Sunday November 30th, 2014 between 2.00pm and 6.00pm at Hyatt Regency, Trinidad. The theme of this years forum is The Ethics of Public Resource Management. This engaging and interactive …

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Answering Your Questions About CPPC

Answering Your Questions About CPPC

Hey Thanks so much for taking part in the Collaboration for Change Survey. One of the questions we asked you, was to list your top two questions about the CPPC. Below we try to answer some of them.

Why is

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Invitation to 4th Caribbean Public Procurement (Law & Practice) Conference (CPPC) 2014

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The Draft OECD Recommendation

The Draft OECD Recommendation

The Organisation  for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published on the 18th August 2014 a version of the upcoming draft Recommendation of the Council on Public Procurement aimed at assisting public consultation which is scheduled to take place between the …

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