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Introducing Evariste Ngenzi

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Introducing Evariste Ngenzi

Who am I?

I am originally from Rwanda, a small landlocked country located in East-Central Africa. A country known as the “Land of a Thousand Hills” due to its hilly and mountainous terrain. It is bordering Uganda to the north, Tanzania to the East, Burundi to the South, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the West. Rwanda is known for its breathtaking landscapes, including lush green hills, lakes, and volcanoes. The Volcanoes National Park is famous for mountain gorilla trekking, a major draw for tourists interested in wildlife.

I was born and grew up in Tanzania and lived in Rwanda for a couple of years before moving to Sydney in January 2009 for two-year postgraduate study. After nearly one year, my wife and three children (two boys and one girl) joined me, and we have since lived in Sydney.

My two boys have loved basketball growing up, looking up to a legend Kobe Bryant (may his souls rest in peace). I have had a lot of fun driving them all over Sydney and beyond to their basketball games.

What keeps me busy at LGP?

As a Procurement Consultant at LGP, I work closely with council customers in different projects providing strategic and operational procurement and other services.

In my role I deliver services such as:
  • Facilitation of end-to-end procurement processes (RFXs) on behalf of council customers.
  • Review of council procurement function and provide recommendations for improvement.
  • Review of council procurement document framework.
  • Chairing tender evaluations.
  • Providing Procurement as a Service (PaaS) and Probity services, Procurement training etc.
How do I make a difference at LGP?

Whole consulting team and I make a significant difference at LGP and across council customers by bringing expertise, efficiency, and strategic insights to the procurement processes and other projects that LGP Consulting facilitates on behalf of local councils, ultimately contributing to cost savings, risk management, and overall organizational success.


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