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Established by the 2005 Act, the Public Procurement and Concessions Commission has the oversight responsibility for all public procurement and concessions, it has a distinct corporate identity and may sue and be sued in its corporate name. The Commission is tasked to ensure the economic and efficient use of public funds in public procurement and to ensure that public procurement and concession processes are conducted in a fair, transparent and non-discriminatory manner. The 2005 proceedings, methods, specific procedures for processing concession agreements. It also states that any bidder who has suffered or is at the risk of suffering a loss or damage as a result of the breach of this Act or in any procurement process; any person who has grounds to believe that he or she or the Entity he or she represents has been prevented from becoming a bidder; any person who has reason to believe that there has been a breach of this Act has the right to lodge a complaint in pursuit of this Act.