Cameroon threatens 334 companies with a ban on executing public contracts

The Cameroonian Minister of Public Procurement, Abba Sadou, has just published a list of 334 companies that risk being suspended from public procurement if they do not provide proof. It concerns companies, we learn, who "have abandoned the execution of at least one contract during the fiscal periods 2014, 2015 and 2016", and who are invited "to regularise their situation in completing the execution of the abandoned contracts", at the risk of falling under the circular letter of 25 January 2017.


According to the Minister of Public Procurement, this circular letter stipulates that "the failures of co-contractors in the execution of prior contracts are henceforth considered as elimination criteria in the award of new contracts". Including the case of groups formed with at least one company under the sanction of this measure, emphasises the Minister Abba Sadou.

The head of the ministerial department in charge of Public Procurement specified that this measure falls within the scope of "the clean up of the system of public contracts", in Cameroon, and consists in removing from the list of state service providers "companies which compromise the effectiveness in using the Public Investment Budget.

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