The Lagos State Public Procurement Agency (the Agency) was established on the 2nd of April, 2012 under the Lagos State Public Procurement Law, 2011 (the Law).
The objectives of the Agency are to ensure probity, accountability and transparency in Public Procurement throughout Lagos State.
The Agency is therefore charged with the responsibility of formulating policies and guidelines relating to Procurement in Lagos State as well as certifying all Procurements prior to, during and after the awards of Contract.
Its scope of operation includes the State Government, Local Government Councils/Development Authority and all procuring entities in the State.
The Law is based on the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) model, which is a properly regulated procurement system benchmark on international best practice.
TO BE AN EFFECTIVE REGULATORY INSTITUTION FOR PROMOTION OF A SUSTAINABLE, ACCOUNTABLE, TRANSPARENT AND EQUITABLE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT SYSTEM.
DEPLOY PROFESSIONALISM TO ENSURE EXCELLENT PUBLIC PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM THAT SUPPORTS STATE DEVELOPMENT, GUARANTEES INTEGRITY AND ENCOURAGE PUBLIC TRUST.
Professionalism, Transparency, Competitiveness, Inclusiveness, Value-for-money