Shirley Gayle-Sinclair

Director of Procurement and Asset Policy, Ministry of Finance and the Public Service at Management Institute for National Development , Kingston

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Management Institute for National Development , Kingston

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Employment History

Head, PPM Unit,  - Ministry Of Finance & Planning

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Shirley Gayle-Sinclair, the director of procurement and asset policy, Ministry of Finance and the Public Service, speaking at the opening ceremony of a three-day workshop on public procurement at the Management Institute for National Development, Kingston, on Monday, June 27.- JIS
Shirley Gayle-Sinclair, the director of procurement and asset policy, Ministry of Finance and the Public Service, speaking at the opening ceremony of a three-day workshop on public procurement at the Management Institute for National Development, Kingston, on Monday, June 27.- JIS See the pictures ...

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Director, Procurement and Asset Policy Unit, Ministry of Finance, Shirley Gayle-Sinclair further informed that the adoption of the new procurement policy represents a significant shift from the way the things were done in the past.
"In the past, every entity would have made up their own bidding document from scratch. There was a lot of inconsistency, there were a lot of errors and omissions, and suppliers could not know what the bidding documents would look like from one entity to another," she said. Mrs. Gayle-Sinclair noted that this old way of doing things had proven to be inefficient and ineffective. "The thing about procurement is that if you neglected to put something in your bidding document you can't just add it later. It's a very controlled process, so you either had to start the whole process over again or you had to issue an addendum and give it more time," she explained.

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Director, Procurement and Asset Policy Unit, Ministry of Finance, Shirley Gayle-Sinclair further informed that the adoption of the new procurement policy represents a significant shift from the way the things were done in the past.
"In the past, every entity would have made up their own bidding document from scratch. There was a lot of inconsistency, there were a lot of errors and omissions, and suppliers could not know what the bidding documents would look like from one entity to another," she said. Mrs. Gayle-Sinclair noted that this old way of doing things had proven to be inefficient and ineffective. "The thing about procurement is that if you neglected to put something in your bidding document you can't just add it later. It's a very controlled process, so you either had to start the whole process over again or you had to issue an addendum and give it more time," she explained.

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Management Institute for National Development , Kingston

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