The AU should set up a 'community of practice' dedicated to transparent procurement © Gunter Fischer/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images
The AU should set up a 'community of practice' dedicated to transparent procurement © Gunter Fischer/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

'Open contracting should be default procurement process'

African governments have been urged to improve transparency and accountability in procurement as part of Anti-Corruption Day 2021.

In a letter marking the African Union’s (AU) Anti-Corruption Day on 11 July, Transparency International (TI) said the AU should set up a “community of practice dedicated to transparent and accountable procurement” and dedicate resources to training and monitoring.

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