Ethical principles make procurement to be transparent and accountable. The public procurement and disposal department of Bundibugyo district, due to its own characteristics has not applied the ethical practices as clearly stated in the PPDA Act 2003 as widely as it should have. The purpose of this exploratory study is to increase the understanding of the different ethical principles in Uganda and emphasis the practices of morality during the procurement process. The study will also aim at the different ways of creating value for money during the procurement process. In addition to the above, the study will examine the impact of ethical principles on the procurement process. Questionnaires and observations will be conducted to collect the data. Simple interviews and regressions will be used to achieve the oqjectives and answer the questions generated. The results of this study will be used to confirm whether the literature that perceives the ethics and the practices of the procurement depaiiment of Bundibugyo local Government influence the economy and efficiency for the value creation. The study will also show that procurement cannot do without ethical principles because the absence of ethics leads to unethical practices which will also be appoint of view in the study.