One month after the procurement legislation is fully proclaimed, members of the public will have access to whistle blower protection and complaints platforms.
It’s a position put forward by Chairman of the Procurement Regulator Office of Procurement Regulation, Moonilal Lalchan.
Mr Lalchan was speaking at the 13th meeting of the Joint Select Committee on Finance and Legal Affairs.
The meeting addressed the implementation into the new public procurement system.
Mr Lalchan gave details on how both systems will operate. He added that people will be able to physically make complaints, while the whistle blower and protection app facilitations person who wish to remain anonymous.
He said this facility is operated by persons outside of this country.
Mr Lalchan underscored the importance of getting people to comply with the procurement act, noting tyhat thirteen judges provided training to members of the board and employees.