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Dr. Tetta Affotey-Walters

DR Tett is an experienced and seasoned Public Procurement, Logistics and Contracts expert, FIDIC Claims and Contract Solutions & Public Private Partnership (PPP) consultant, with over three decades (30 years) experience in the total supply chain suites, with industrial experience from the private, public, consultancy and international civil service. Has tremendous working experience on five continents – North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Africa, and acted as expert witness Arbitration cases.

Tett is the first appointee as Champion for Africa procurement Integrity, was the first minority to be appointed by the CIPS (UK) as examiner/assessor, and also the first Director and Head of the professional class of the Procurement and Supply Chain Department of the Ghana, where he led in the development of the Department’s Scheme of Service, Service Charter, Strategic Procurement Management Manual and other strategic documents and policy initiatives of the Department, including the introduction of FIDIC procurement principles.

Tett holds a PhD, LLM, MBA from the USA and the UK respectively. He is currently a fellow of three other professional institutions – the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (FCIPS), Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (FCILT), Chartered management Institute (FCMI) and a Chartered Manager (CMgr), and a Certified Professional of Supply Management (CPSM) from the Institute for Supply Management (USA). A certified fraud examiner (CFE) from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – USA, a Certified Supply Chain professional (CSCP) and a Supply Chain Operations Reference model expert (SCOR-P) from the USA, and Associate of Chartered Institute of Arbitration (ACIarb) in the U.K. Tett has a certificate in World Bank supported Works & Goods procurement from GIMPA, a trained and certified FIDIC Procurement and Contract Expert and a certified INCOTERMS 2020 expert from the ICC.

Tett was a member of the CIPS Strategic Advisory Board (SAB) for Africa.

Established in 2019, the African Institute for Supply Chain Research (AISCR) provides supply chain research, education, outreach, and networking solutions for a better Africa.





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