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Professional Diploma programme in Public Procurement - Powered by Charter for Public Procurement Studies


Felipe Goya GoddardFelipe Goya Goddard
Practice Manager, Governance, The World Bank

World over, public procurement is now recognised as a strategic tool for achieving developmental, social and environmental objectives of governments, rather than using it as a tool for mere compliance with rules and regulations.

Significant reforms on procurement regulations, institutions and systems are being witnessed in many countries, including the South Asia region. For providing affordable and quality learning opportunities for procurement practitioners, as well as students who want to pursue a career in public procurement, World Bank, together with the Charter for Public Procurement Studies (CPPS), has launched this learning and knowledge portal www.procurementlearning.org . This is further reflection of World Bank’s own commitment to enhanced use of country systems and e-procurement.

Through this procurement learning portal, the sponsors intend to offer many learning courses and networking opportunities for procurement professionals around the world. The Certificate Program in Public Procurement (CPPP) is the first in the series of learning programs, offered free online.

On behalf of the World Bank, I invite you to take the course at www.procurementlearning.org . World Bank believes that this is a momentous beginning of a Capacity Building Program in the South Asia region that has the potential to reach a wider audience across the world.

I wish that the portal becomes a major interface for procurement professionals and serves the purpose of professionalisation of this important function.


Abduljabbar Hasan Al-QathabAbduljabbar Hasan Al-Qathab
Lead Procurement Specialist, World Bank South Asia
World Bank, New Delhi

The development of the knowledge portal and Certificate Program in Public Procurement (CPPP) targets in-service public procurement practitioners and aspiring students, who want to pursue a career in public procurement management. It is the outcome of two years of research and development effort undertaken by the South Asia Procurement Services of the World Bank, in association with premier academic and management training institutions in the region. CPPP is the integral part of a larger Professional Diploma in Public Procurement (PDPP). It is to be delivered by partner institutions in India and other countries in the region, through a unique blended learning mode of distance learning, e-learning and face-to-face training.

I do hope the portal and various learning programs launched will achieve the objectives of developing competencies in existing and evolving public procurement practices; bring in attitudinal changes in the learners towards achieving prudence, transparency, fairness and equality; inculcate ethical standards, develop more professionalism, and highlight quality, value for money and green issues while undertaking procurement with public funds.

I wish the very best for this unique initiative and look forward to the effective use of these learning opportunities by in-service professionals and students, who are interested in development management.





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