Public Procurement – Kenya

CHAPTER TWO: THEMATIC AREAS OF FOCUS

2.2 Revenue Transparency [page 15]

Despite the above efforts, the NAP consultations identified several challenges that affect revenue transparency:

1. Corruption in the process of revenue collection and the management of public revenue. Stakeholders identified corruption in the business licensing process and the process of tax collection and public procurement, which they attributed to both public and private sector actors;

 

CHAPTER THREE: POLICY ACTIONS

3.1. Pillar 1: The State Duty to Protect

Policy Actions [page 22]

The Government will:

12) strengthen leverage in using public procurement to promote human rights. This will involve the review of existing public procurement policies, laws and standards and their impacts with due regard to the state’s human rights obligations including the participation of women, persons with disability and other vulnerable groups;

 

CHAPTER FOUR: IMPLEMENTATION AND MONITORING

4.1. SUMMARY OF POLICY ACTIONS [Annex] 

Strategic Objective Policy Actions Responsible Actor(s)
Strategic Objective 1:

Enhance existing policy, legal, regulatory and administrative framework for ensuring respect of human rights by business through legal review and development of specific guidance for business

 

Strengthen leverage in using public procurement to promote human rights.