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Maximum Utilization of Limited Resources Contributing to the Socio-economic Development of the Country

Incorporating ICT into Public Procurement Process for Socio-economic Development of the Country

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About the e-GP System

Integrating ICT into Public Procurement Process

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Steering Committee

The members appointed to the Steering Committee by the Cabinet of Ministers

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Why e-GP?

To simplify the procurement activities of the government, using ICT

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How to use the System

Procuring entities and vendors are required to register with the systems for procurements and trade

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Registration of Vendors

Vendors, contractors, and consultants can register with the system as suppliers, contractors, and consultants, disregard of geographical boundaries

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Registration of Procuring Entities

Any public sector institution carry out procurement activities is required to register with the system

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Registered Vendors

1267 vendors have already registered and 820 vendors have been confirmed with the system for e-GP

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Registered Procuring Entities

126 procuring entities have already registered and 114 procuring entities have been confirmed with the system for e-GP

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Types of Procurements

Types of procurements available through this system

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Indicative Functional Specifications

Functional Specifications of commonly used goods compiled by a panel of experts are listed

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Standard Bidding Documents

Standard Bidding Documents for various procurements of goods, works, and consultancies are listed

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Procurement Planning

All the procuring entities shall prepare & upload procurement plans

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