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In accordance with its organic decrees, ARMP is managed by two organs: the Board of Directors and the Directorate General.

The Board of Directors is the decision-making organ. It sets the objectives of the structure and ensures control of their effective implementation.

The Directorate General ensures the implementation of the fixed objectives and renders account to the Board of Directors.

The Directorate General is composed of central and devolved services.

During the extraordinary sessions of the Board of Directors of 4 and 5 of April 2014, a new organization chart of services was put in place. This chart marks the desire by the managers of ensuring execution of all the missions assigned the Agency on the one hand and accelerating the rate of accomplishment of the actions retained on the other hand.

 

THE MAJOR INNOVATIONS OF THE NEW ORGANIZATIONCHART ARE EXPRESSED BY:

- The desire to ensure greater regulation of public contracts and concession of public services and to evaluate the performance of the system.

These missions have been organized around the Inspectorate General structured as follows:

  •     An Inspectorate General in charge of the regulation of public contracts and the concession of public services;
  •     An Inspectorate General in charge of the evaluation of the performance of the public contracts system;
  •     An Inspectorate General in charge of internal audit and control.

 

-  The desire to ensure fully the missions of collection of public contracts documents, statistics and analysis.

In this regard, a Department has been created in charge of documentation, statistics and analysis.

-  The desire to ensure fully the monitoring of the operations of public contracts award and execution.

These missions have been entrusted to two structures to wit:

·         The Division for the monitoring of award operations of public contracts and;

·         The Division for the monitoring of execution of public contracts.

 

-  The desire to ensure a greater monitoring of all public contracts activities all over the national territory.

This concern is met through the creation of Regional Centres for the Regulation of public contracts in the ten (10) Regional chief towns.

 

-  The desire to mobilize the financing necessary for the execution of the entrusted missions

This is made concrete through the creation of a sub-department of financial resources whose role is to ensure the collection of all the resources due the Agency and to source for additional financing.
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