Auditing the procurement procedures and systems and provide an independent auditor’s opinion on the procurement, contracting, and implementation processes that have been followed. This include determining whether the procedures, processes, and documentation for procurement and contracting were in accordance with existing policies; conduct specific analysis of value for money at all levels for goods, civil works and services; determine if identified non-compliances are related to irregular practices; review the capacity of the implementing organization in handling procurement efficiency; determine whether adequate systems are in place for procurement planning, implementation, and monitoring and if documentation are maintained as per required standards and can be relied upon; verify to the extent possible, if goods, works, and consulting services contracted were supplied/completed according to the required specifications and technical standards and comment on the reasonableness of prices; in the light of deficiencies, identify possible improvements in the procurement procedures and processes and make recommendations.