Mr. A.B. Adjei, the Chief Executive Officer of the Public Procurement Authority (PPA), has been inducted as a Doctoral Fellow of the Institute of Project Management Practitioners (IPMP).
Mr. Adjei, a seasoned procurement and supply chain management specialist, was the first Chief Executive Officer of the Public Procurement Authority of Ghana.
Among his many accomplishments, he was able to pioneer affairs of the Public Procurement Authority – a procurement regulatory body under the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning – to attain international recognition among donors and most international financial institutions.
He is a well-known face at international procurement conferences and workshops, and has contributed immensely to the development of public procurement – especially in capacity building, procurement evaluation and monitoring both at home and abroad.
He was an active member of the OECD Taskforce on procurement, and contributed significantly to development of the current Version 4 of the OECD Assessment Methodology.
He has prepared and presented several papers at international seminars, workshops and conferences on procurement in Europe, Asia, South America and several African countries.
It is in recognition of his enormous efforts and contributions that the IPMP has honored him with this doctoral fellowship.
The Institute of Project Management Professionals (IPMP) is a Licencing and Regulatory Professional Body in Ghana, incorporated under the Companies Code, 1963 (Act 179) as a private Company limited by guarantee and duly registered as a Professional Body in accordance with provisions of the Professional Bodies Registration Decree, 1973 (NRCD 143) as a Chartered Project Management Institute (CPMI) to train professionals in project management.