In continuation with President Julius Maada Bio’s administrative transformation in the New Direction to ensure good governance, a memo from the Director General of the Human Resource Management Office, dated 13 June 2018 has transferred 16 procurement officers from one ministry to another with immediate effect.
Following routine civil service procedure from time to time, rotating officials, the under-mentioned Procurement officers have been transferred:Mohamed Kallon, Assistant Director General, from leave to the Ministry of Basic Education, Michael L. Swarray, Assistant Director, from Secondment to the Ministry of Higher and Technical Education, Sartie K. Sheriff, Assistant Director, Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development to the Sierra Leone Police, Peterson J, Boima, Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Social Welfare to Sierra Leone Correctional Service.
Gbouma Allieu, Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Health and Sanitation to Ministry of Defence, Ashim S. Koroma, Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Trade to Ministry of Justice, John F. Lamin, Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Transport and Aviation to Ministry of Trade, Alimamy A. Sesay, Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Defence to Ministry of Local Government.
Jason S. Turay, Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Sports to Ministry of Transport and Aviation, Alhaju U. Kabba, Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Justice to Ministry of Water Resources, Abu B. Turay, , Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Energy to Ministry of Tourism, Alpha Sheriff, , Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Immigration Department to Ministry of Tourism, Unisa D. Kargbo, Senior PRO
Officer, Ministry of Water Resources to Ministry of Economic Planning and Development.
Aminata Suma, Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Education to Ministry of Internal Affairs, Abdul Kamanda, Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Sports to Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sport and Chernor M. Bah, Senior PRO Officer, Ministry of Works to Ministry of Social Welfare
Procurement Officer in consistence with the strategic priorities of the government, performs professional work of unusual difficulty in the planning, organization, development and coordination of the procurement activities for the entire organization. This executive management position serves as the principal public procurement official for the government and is responsible for the all procurement of goods, supplies and services in accordance with applicable National Procurement laws, ordinances, rules and regulations.
Their responsibilities include providing professional support and sound contractual advice to all stakeholders involving contractual services, consultants, equipment, supplies, construction, capital improvements, etc.