Stakeholders in procurement want PPDA to streamline its nature of work and ensure that it does not affect the operations of entities and eventually fail or delay them.
The chairman LCV Mbarara district captain John Baptist Bamuturaki said PPDA depends on whistle blowers who eventually cause reviews which in the long run have led to wastage of public funds that the PPDA seeks to protect.
The stakeholders also expressed concern that the procurement team at the national level seemed to undermine the work of the regional offices.
Mbarara is the seventh district to hold a procurement baraza.
These barazas, the PPDA hopes, will help stake holders and leaders address the various challenges.