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Turamye is new PPDA boss

By Nelson Naturinda

Added 10th June 2019 07:20 PM

Turamye is praised for having a successful career in public service having worked in for 28 years, 15 of which have been at PPDA.

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Turamye is praised for having a successful career in public service having worked in for 28 years, 15 of which have been at PPDA.

Benson Turamye has been appointed the chief executive officer at the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority.

Turamye has been acting as the CEO after Cornelia Sabiiti's term ended nearly two years ago.

According to the statement released by PPDA and signed by Julius Ishungisa, the chairman of the board, the appointment takes immediate effect.

Turamye becomes the third Executive Director of the procurement body replacing Ms. Cornelia K.Sabiiti who left the Authority Service at the end of March 2017 after successful completion of her term of office. Turamye has been acting in that position since April 2017.

Turamye is praised for having a successful career in public service having worked in for 28 years, 15 of which have been at PPDA.

Prior to this appointment, he served at the Authority as the Director Performance Monitoring for six years, and as Manager Procurement Audit and Investigations for six years. He also served as an Economist at the Ministry of Finance for six years.

Turamye holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and a Master’s Degree in Economic Policy and Planning from Makerere University and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supplies (MCIPS).

At PPDA, he is currently at the forefront of pushing for the implementation of the upcoming Electronic Government Procurement (eGP), the promotion of the implementation of Reservation and Preference scheme to promote local content in public procurement and ensuring effective service delivery to the public.


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