The new Executive Directorate of the National Institute of Student Welfare (INABIE) met today with a commission from the Dominican Confederation of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (CODOPYME), who committed themselves to supporting the institutional strengthening plans that have been directed towards the transparency and efficiency of the services offered by this institution.
At the meeting led by CEO Victor Castro Representatives of the executive committee of CODOPYME, which brings together the main associations of service suppliers offered by INABIE, participated, who were invited by the new management as part of the process of dialogue and rapprochement that it has directed with all the sectors that intervene in its processes.
During the meeting, it was agreed to form a technical table that will serve to make the bidding processes transparent, strengthen the specifications and technical sheets, as well as guarantee compliance with the law in the adjudications.
Castro took advantage of the stage to reiterate that he values the effort made by suppliers and clarified that statements he had offered on a radio program were related to bidding processes in the recent past.
The new management at the head of INABIE expressed its gratitude for the trust and support shown by the commission in this transparent and ethical restart process that will strengthen Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs), and will bring sincerity in the service to ensure for the quality, quantity and safety of the food of the students who benefit from the program.