The National Procurement Commission (NPC) has granted approval for a total of 25 distinct projects, collectively valued at approximately 6 billion Afghanis
The National Procurement Commission (NPC) has granted approval for a total of 25 distinct projects, collectively valued at approximately 6 billion Afghanis. In a routine session convened at Marmarin Palace and presided over by the Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund, the NPC scrutinized and deliberated upon the projects outlined in the agenda. During this session, a total of 28 projects were tabled for discussion at the National Procurement Commission. Remarkably, 25 of these projects received the green light for execution, underscoring the significant progress in this regard. Regrettably, one contract met cancellation, while two others were recommended for thorough reevaluation. The approved projects span various sectors, including but not limited to the Prime Minister's Protection Department, the Ministries of National Defense, Higher Education, Public Works, Rural Rehabilitation and Development, the Afghan Mellie Bank, and Kabul Municipality. Cumulatively, these ventures represent an estimated value of approximately 6 billion Afghanis. At the end of the session, pertinent directives were issued to the respective sector ministries and agencies. These directives emphasize the imperative of timely submission of future projects for consideration and endorsement by the National Procurement Commission. Such a proactive approach aims to ensure meticulous adherence to all procurement-related protocols in the upcoming endeavors.