PPRA director general Maurice Juma (left) and CAK director general Wang’ombe Kariuki signed an MoU to cooperate ©CAK/PPRA
PPRA director general Maurice Juma (left) and CAK director general Wang’ombe Kariuki signed an MoU to cooperate ©CAK/PPRA

Kenyan watchdog and procurement authority to tackle bid rigging

posted by Francis Churchill
21 June 2018

Kenya’s competition watchdog and public procurement regulator are to work closer together tackling anti-competitive practices.

The Competition Authority of Kenya (CAK) and the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that aims to increase collaboration on anti-competitive behaviour, with a particular focus on bid rigging and collusive tendering.

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