Procurement Law outlines a process of decentralisation and accreditation of procurement processes in which Government Ministries are now authorised to take responsibility for their own purchases.
Accreditation is the process of enabling or authorising a government Ministry or other agency with the ability to carry out procurement procedures to fulfil their own needs.
Ministry of Finance has developed a series of guides on the procurement process and required documentation for government officers who purchase goods, services or works on behalf of the Government of Timor-Leste.
The Best Practice Guide 10: Decentralisation and Accreditation explains how:
The Guide also includes the key document for this step of the procurement process: