Effective E-Procurement, E-Payment and Auditing for Efficient Service Delivery in the Public and Private Sector
Ogun State, Nigeria
Nov 08 - 11 Nov, 2016
Delivering effective public services calls for multi-level transformation - changing the way public sector organisations think and act, how they view their roles, and how they share information between agencies, with businesses and with their customers
E-procurement and e-payment has proven itself as one of the more effective and efficient tools for bringing good governance to the procurement process in many states, and e-procurement initiatives have received significant support from the donor community including the World Bank, the Asian development bank, the inter-American development bank and the African development bank. Various initiatives have already taken place, spearheaded by different organizations to define best practices and strategies for the implementation and development of e-procurement and e-payment systems, and many countries have already introduced e-procurement into their business practices through various business models and approaches.
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