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Edition: Monday, November 20, 2023 at 12:51 PM

The four-day training held recently is aimed at equipping the GPPA staff with the necessary knowledge for their transition from the use of an analogue to a digital system.

The training, presided over by Fatou Ceesay, the CEO of ZigTech, and Mr David Ladipo, marked a significant step in the evolution of procurement processes in the country.

Speaking at the gathering, CEO Fatou Ceesay initiated the training session with an introduction to the recently developed portal, emphasising its significance. Following suit, Mr David Ladipo extensively explored the functionalities of the portal. 

ZigTech, a company known for its creative solutions, provided the training to give GPPA employees a comprehensive understanding of the newly created site.

“With the help of this state-of-the-art site, the procurement landscape in The Gambia will soon experience a transformation, moving from analogue procedures to an advanced digital platform,” CEO Ceesay said, adding: “This historic training session not only marks a turning point for GPPA but also places ZigTech at the forefront of The Gambia’s technological advancement, making a lasting impression on the country’s procurement system.”

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