Skip Ribbon Commands
Skip to main content
Central Procurement Board

Ministry of Mauritius Homepage

CPB News
February 12, 2013

CPB News

​News from CPB will soon be available!!

Read More »
22
Feb
Start Time:Feb 22, 2013|Category: Public

Launching Ceremony - New CPB Website

  ...

Read More »
All Events »

Press Communiqué

Press Article in Week-end Newspaper on Sunday 4 January 2015 

Read More>>>>


***************************

Procurement of Buses by the National Transport Corporation


Read more>>>>

 

 

***************​***********

Invitation for  Expression of Interests to serve as Evaluators.   

Read more>>>>​ 

         

Get Application Form>>>>​​​

 

Evaluators Fees>>>>

 ***************************

Projet de Péage – Road Decongestion Programme.

Communiqué Conjoint du Central Procurement Board (CPB) et du Road Development Authority (RDA).

Read More>>>

 

Contact Us

Our Address:

1st Floor,
Social Security House,
Julius Nyerere Avenue,
Rose-Hill
Republic of Mauritius

Tel: (230) 465 9300

Fax: (230) 465 0846

Email: cpb@govmu.org

Vision & Mission

Vision
 
To be the Model for Efficient and Effective Public Procurement in Mauritius

Mission
 
To ensure Value for Money in Public Procurement and Timely Acquisition through a Fair and Transparent Process

Aims and Objectives
 
  • To promote economy, efficiency, effectiveness, transparency, fairness and accountability by government ministries and public bodies and prevent any corrupt practice in public procurement and thus achieve best value for money in terms of price, quality and delivery having regard to set specifications.

 

  • To inculcate a code of ethics among procurement professionals and the business community.

 

  • To promote modern concepts and technology in the procurement process.

 

  • To provide assistance to the public sector through training and other interactions in the field of procurement.

 

  • To organise workshops, seminars and conferences on public procurement topics and issues.

 

  • To collaborate with local and foreign organizations with similar objectives.

 

  • To harmonise the public procurement system with international procedures and best industry practices.

ribbon_foot2.jpg

Access Public Procurement Website