According to Swarray the NPPA has what it calls performance review which is a report on all procurement activities, noting that his predecessor had tried his best.
“Since the inception of the NPPA in 2004, they have never done it because. In my first 100 days this is the major thing I want to assure happens in my tenure,” Swarray said.
He maintained that they will be outsourcing qualified people in the procurement discipline for them to do the rollout process in high spending institutions, noting that they will ensure they deal with all procurement activities to know exactly what government spends.
“Every year it will be a must under my leadership that performance review will be in the Well of Parliament,” Swarray said.