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REQUEST FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS TO WORK AS PROCUREMENT MONITOR

REQUEST FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS TO WORK AS PROCUREMENT MONITOR

Background

The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) is by this means calling for submission of applications from suitably qualified individuals to serve as Procurement Monitors.

CISLAC is a non- governmental, non- profit legislative advocacy, information sharing and research organization and was integrated as a corporate body with Nigeria’s Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in 2006. CISLAC’s areas of focus include; budget monitoring, transparency, accountability, anti-corruption, human rights (gender equality, educational equity and improvements, sexuality and reproductive health, children and other vulnerable groups.

Within the framework of an on-going project known as Integrity, Mobilisation, Participation, Accountability, Anti-corruption and Transparency (IMPACT Nigeria) being supported by Transparency International(TI), CISLAC targets promoting more participatory processes in public procurement and encourages the empowering of citizens to become part of the anti-corruption drive through the instrumentality of enhanced compliance with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act of 2007 […]

REQUEST FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS TO WORK AS PROCUREMENT MONITOR

REQUEST FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS TO WORK AS PROCUREMENT MONITOR

Background

The Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) is by this means calling for submission of applications from suitably qualified individuals to serve as Procurement Monitors.

CISLAC is a non- governmental, non- profit legislative advocacy, information sharing and research organization and was integrated as a corporate body with Nigeria’s Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in 2006. CISLAC’s areas of focus include; budget monitoring, transparency, accountability, anti-corruption, human rights (gender equality, educational equity and improvements, sexuality and reproductive health, children and other vulnerable groups.

Within the framework of an on-going project known as Integrity, Mobilisation, Participation, Accountability, Anti-corruption and Transparency (IMPACT Nigeria) being supported by Transparency International(TI), CISLAC targets promoting more participatory processes in public procurement and encourages the empowering of citizens to become part of the anti-corruption drive through the instrumentality of enhanced compliance with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act of 2007 […]

CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION STATEMENT AT A ONE-DAY INTERACTIVE TECHNICAL ROUNDTABLE BETWEEN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY AND CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATION ON THE ‘BILL TO PROVIDE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS COMMISSION FOR THE COORDINATION, SUPERVISION AND HARMONIZATION OF THE ACTIVITIES OF NGOs AND CSOs IN NIGERIA’ HELD ON 25 JULY 2017 AT THE ROCKVIEW ROYALE HOTEL, ABUJA

 

Preamble

We the representatives of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in Nigeria met in Abuja on July 25, 2017 at the National Assembly & Civil Society Interactive Technical Roundtable to discuss the ‘Bill to Provide for the Establishment of the Non-Governmental Organizations Commission for the Coordination, Supervision and Harmonization of the Activities of NGOs and CSOs In Nigeria’ aka NGO Bill.

The event which was organized by the House of Representatives Committee on Civil Society and Development Partners and Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) was attended by over 200 delegates from the Executive, Legislative, Judiciary and […]

Report of SANDS CSO Round Table Meeting – June 29, 2017

Report of the One-Day Civil Society Round Table towards Improving Public Oversight In Defence Spending.

Venue: Sandralia Hotel, Abuja

Date: 29th June, 2017

Time: 10am

Background

 

As part of the activities of the project “Strengthening Accountability in the Nigeria Defence Sector (SANDS),” Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) in collaboration with Transparency International-(DSP), with support from United Kingdom CSSF of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, organized a One-Day Civil Society Roundtable towards Improving Public Oversight on Defence Spending.

The meeting had in attendance key players in the security sector to address issues regarding indiscriminate spending in the Nigerian defence sector. Amongst participants at the meeting were SERDEC, BudgIT, PPDC, Zero Corruption Coalition (ZCC), CISLAC, Transparency International-DSP, a representative of the UK CSSF of the Foreign and Commonwealth office, ICIR and CLEEN.

The aim of the meeting is outlined as follows;

To discuss common work on accountability for defence and security spending
To define problem statements in each area
To examine ways to […]