NPC was established by ACT CAP 70 of 2004 as a multi-disciplinary, tripartite, research-orientated Parastatal, supervised by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment.

The mandate of the Centre is ‘to articulate sustainable and result oriented policies that will stimulate and promote the productivity of all sectors of the Nigerian economy so as to generate visible improvement in the quantity and quality of goods and services with the aim of enhancing the living standards of the citizenry’. The Centre also promotes international cooperation for the enhancement of National Productivity.

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OUR VISION

To be a world class productivity institution and key player in realizing Nigeria’s overall growth and development objectives.


OUR MISSION

To develop the mindset and institutionalize productivity culture in the citizenry for the enhancement of service delivery and quality of life.


OUR PHILOSOPHY

Our philosophy is to develop a culture of operational efficiency, effectiveness and respect for the right of employees and other stakeholders, for the attainment of higher levels of national productivity and competitiveness in pursuit of comparative advantage in a globalised economy.


Core Programmes


Installation of Productivity and Quality Improvement Programme (P&QIP) in Public and Private Sector Organizations

National Productivity Day (NPD)/ Conferment of National Productivity Order Merit (NPOM) Award

Productivity Promotion and Advocacy

Determination of National Productivity Indices

Productive Capacity Building through training courses-Workshops, Seminars, etc.

Productivity Researches and Surveys

Establishment and Operation of State Productivity Committees (SPCs) nationwide

Productivity Consultancy

Professional Membership

Training Centre for ISO Certification





Press Release


Financial Bid Opening NPC

By / News/ Press Release
17 Sep 2020

2020 Financial Bid Opening

The National Productivity Centre Nigeria  invites you to the 2020 Financial Bid Opening for Category “A” (Goods) and Category “B” (Works) Date:  Thursday September  17, 2020 Time:  12:00 PM West Central Africa Join Zoom Meeting...