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The institute of procurement professionals of Uganda (IPPU) is a professional body that was established to bring together both the public and private sector procurement professionals in Uganda. the idea to form IPPU was because of the growing concern to have in place an institutional self-regulating framework, which could ensure that procurement professionals and practitioners in Uganda conducted themselves professionally and maintained best procurement practices in carrying out their work.

Professionalism of procurement is a vital. This can be enhanced through Procurement Cadres affiliated to a body which has a code of conduct.
A person who has undertaken Procurement and Supply Chain Management as discipline either at Bachelors or Diploma level is eligible to join the IPPU.
Access to IPPU data base which may contain vacancies from prospective employers as well as enquiries from professionals looking for employment.
Full Membership, Certified Procurement Practitioner (CPP), Graduate Member, Affiliate Member, Student member, Fellow Member, Corporate Membership.

Membership Application

Dear Applicant, Please download the application form and fill in your details. You requested to submit your application together with 2 passport size Photographs and attach all the relevant academic papers to help in processing your application. Failure to attach academic qualifications will lead to your application not being processed.All applications should be accompanied with a non-refundable fee of UGX 20,000 which should be paid directly to our Mobile Money number 0754 663 661 OR our Barclay’s Bank Account as below;
Institute of Procurement Professionals of Uganda.
Account Number 6000563534, Barclay’s Bank

IPPU Membership

Join IPPU and become part of a global community of over 200,000 professionally recognised and qualified members, with other leading business people, professional managers and academics.

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