The IPPU has received a various support from its development partners both local and international. We have enjoyed support from the Millineum Challange Corporation (MCC) which was very vital in the setting up of the Secretariat, PPDA has played a very important role in accomadating the Secretariat at its premises located on Plot 39, Nakasero. Other development partners that IPPU has received overwhelming support include the folllowing;
Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development (MOFPED)
The Institute has received tremedous support from the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development through the Financial Management and Accountability Programme (FINMAP). The support received has facilitated various activities which include but not limited to the following; the Set-up of the Resource Centre, Continuous Professional Development Programmes, Marketing and Publicity, Enhance the IPPU image, Facilitate the transport requirement, IPPU office operations and the development of the IPPU Corporate Plan.
Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Asstets Authority
The Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority (PPDA), is the regulatory body for Public procurement abd disposal activities in Uganda. It was established through the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act No.1 of 2003.
The PPDA Act applies to all Central Government ministries and departments, Local Government, Statutory Bodies, Post Primary Training Institutions and other body or unit established and mandated by government to carry out public functions or any entity which uses public funds. The PPDA has been very helpful in supporting the Institute in seeing that we achieve our mandate activities.
Anti Country Corruption Threshold-USAID
IPPU received a grant from the ACT a funded project under the United States Agency for International Development. The grant was very useful in the development of the Ethical Code of Conduct for the Institute of Procurement Professionals of Uganda (IPPU) which code was launched on September 2009 by the Minister of Ethics and Integrity. The project also funded the development of the Website for the Institute.
United Nations Development Programme
The Institute received funding from UNDP through the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority (PPDA). The funds where used to facilitate various activities.