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ADAA awarded Corporate Ethical Procurement and Supply Certification

by Madaline Dunn

The Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority (ADAA) has been awarded certification in Corporate Ethical Procurement and Supply by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS).

CIPS is the largest global professional body for training and skills development for procurement and supply chain management.

This certification means that all ADAA procurement and supply management staff have undergone and completed training in ethical procurement and supply management and passed a test in fraud, corruption, bribery, and environmental concerns.

Mahmoud Al Alawi, Executive Director of ADAA, commented: “By achieving the highly regarded CIPS certificate in procurement, the Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority has passed a notable milestone, exemplifying excellence in our field. This recognition goes beyond individual achievement; it embodies our unwavering commitment to maintaining the highest standards of integrity in our financial dealings.”

Adding: “It opens doors to potential future collaborations with vendors and reinforces our status as an authoritative audit body dedicated to setting benchmarks in credibility through professional training of our staff. This ensures the dependability and trustworthiness of our financial operations. Furthermore, our achievement serves as a beacon, inspiring other organisations to follow in our footsteps, striving for a similar commitment to integrity and reliability in their practices.”

CIPS MENA Managing Director, Sam Achampong, commented: “We are delighted that ADAA have been certified in ethical procurement and this demonstrates their understanding of the growing importance of ethical procurement. Companies should be developing an ethical procurement strategy that starts with a thorough review and risk assessment of current supply chains from which potential problems can be identified and resolved. It is essential for procurement teams to identify the types of ethical issues they may face so they can develop ethical standards and practices.”

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