GPRA

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AcronymDefinition
GPRAGovernment Performance and Results Act of 1993
GPRAGouvernement Provisoire de la Republique Algerienne
GPRAGovernment Performance and Review Act
GPRAGovernment Procurement Reform Act (Philippines)
GPRAGeneral Practice Registrars Australia
GPRAGrand Prairie (Texas)
GPRAGeneral Practice Registrars Association (Australia)
GPRAGeneralized progressive retinal atrophy
GPRAGrande Prairie (Alberta, Canada)
GPRAGeneral Pool Residential Accommodation (India)
GPRAGrillias Pirc Rosier Alves (architecture firm; Irvine, CA)
GPRAGrants Pass Resource Area (Medford, Oregon)
GPRAGrand Prix Riders Association
GPRAGeneric Packet Rate Algorithm
GPRAGreater Peoria Regional Airport (Illinois)
GPRAGriffin Park Residents Association (London, UK)
GPRAfactor G pathway reactive activity
GPRAGreat Plains Rodeo Association
GPRAGesellschaft Public Relations Agenturen eV (Germany)
GPRAGreater Pittsburgh Rabbinic Association (Pittsburgh, PA)
GPRAGlider Pilot Regiment Association (UK)
GPRAguinea-pig right atria
GPRAGlobal Phenolic Resins Association
GPRAGas Permeance Rate, argon
GPRAGround Penetrating Radar Array
GPRAGlobal Paramedic and Rescue Academy (Sharjah, UAE)
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to be the implementer of the projects without the benefit of a public bidding required under Republic Act 9184 or the Government Procurement Reform Act.
But, the specifications were set without specifying the brand name to avoid violating the Government Procurement Reform Act.
He said the purchases of the vehicles by way of cash advances were in blatant violation of the provisions of Republic Act 7171 and RA 9184 or the Government Procurement Reform Act, and Presidential Decree 1445 or the Government Auditing Code of the Philippines.
9184 or the Government Procurement Reform Act, which does not allow the procuring entity or end-user to expressly state a specific brand or product in the technical specifications of a project.
The VACC and VPCI filed their complaint for multiple homicide and physical injuries, malversation of public funds and violations of Republic Act 3019 or the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act and RA 9184 or the Government Procurement Reform Act against Aquino, former and incumbent officials of the Department of Health (DOH) and pharmaceutical firms Sanofi Pasteur and Zuellig Pharma ahead of conclusive findings by government agencies on whether the deaths of children inoculated with Dengvaxia were caused by the vaccine.
REPUBLIC Act (RA) 9184, or the Government Procurement Reform Act, has created the Government Procurement Policy Board (GPPB) in line with further improving the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of the law and making it more adaptable to the changing procurement environment of the country.
For one, the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the Government Procurement Reform Act had been revised to streamline public procurement without sacrificing the integrity of the process.
Based on the Government Procurement Reform Act, government offices which need printing of accountable forms must avail of the services of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), National Printing Office (NPO) or the APO Production Unit.
While the bids and awards committee used the purported MOA between the provincial government and PhilPhos to justify the resort to direct contracting, investigators noted this was not a condition listed under Section 50 of the Government Procurement Reform Act.
Navida was slapped with three counts for violating Section 3(e) of Republic Act 3019 or the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act, one count for violating Section 65(a)(3) of RA 9184 or the Government Procurement Reform Act, and one count for violating Article 244 of the Revised Penal Code, also known as Unlawful Appointment.
In their 17-page complaint, the groups specifically accused of violation Section 3(e) of Republic Act (RA) 3019, which prohibits a public officer from giving a private party unwarranted benefits in the discharge of his administrative or judicial functions; Section 65(3) of RA 9184, or the Government Procurement Reform Act (GPRA); and Article 220 (technical malversation) of the Revised Penal Code (RPC); and Article 365 (criminal negligence) of the RPC.
Disbursement and utilization by the LGUs shall be subject to pertinent provisions of the Government Procurement Reform Act (Republic Act 9184) and its 2016 revised implementing rules and regulation, and any relevant policies released by the Government Procurement Policy Board, as well as the applicable budgeting, accounting, and auditing rules and regulation," the circular read.
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