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In December 2014 the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago passed into law the Public Procurement & Disposal of Property Act which was assented
On 26th November 2015, the Whistleblower Protection Bill No. 15 of 2015 was published in Legal Supplement Part C to the ‘Trinidad and Tobago
In March 2008, CPI in partnership with the International Federation of Purchasing and Supply Management (IFPSM) sponsored the establishment of the non profit Caribbean Association of Procurement Professionals (CAPP) to facilitate the continuous development and distribution of procurement knowledge in order to elevate and advance the procurement profession in the region. The association continues to grow with over 200 members from throughout the Caribbean. CPI and CAPP have as primary objectives the promotion of high standards of professionalism, ethics and integrity among all those engaged in the function of procurement, increasing the appreciation of the value of procurement good practice by raising the profile of procurement professionals, encouraging learning, knowledge sharing and regional consensus building, establishing and implementing training and certification standards and requirements for the procurement profession and promoting culturally relevant reform in procurement regimes consistent with established best practice.