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News/Advertisement Brief : Presentation on Electronic Government Procurement (e-GP) System to Contractors to Annual General Meeting of Construction Association of Bhutan
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Presentation on Electronic Government Procurement (e-GP) System

On the invitation of Construction Association of Bhutan (CAB) on 10th October, 2017, an awareness presentation on the e-GP System was made by the GPPMD, DNP to contractors (150 contractors) on the occasion of Annual General Meeting of Construction Association of Bhutan. The main objective of the presentation was to give awareness to the contractors on the e-GP system. It mainly covers the overview of e-GP system, Bidder Registration process, Business Process Re-engineering  stating out the major changes in the manual tendering process with the implementation of e-GP system and the tender submission cycle among others.

The participants welcome such move by the Government which will give them more transparent, fair and equal opportunities. It was very encouraging to know that they really want to support the system with full commitment that it would be beneficial to them in terms of cost reduction and time saving. However, there were some doubts on the internet connectivity which they often face disruption as of now. They were very excited to use and experience the online system.

Further upon the invitation of Department of Local Governance, Ministry of Home & Cultural Affairs, Government Procurement & Property Management Division (GPPMD) made presentation on Procurement Rules and Regulations (2009) on the 10th October, 2017 to 35 Dasho Dzobgrabs/Drungpas at Gelephu.

This provided the opportunity to create awareness, update on the recent changes, common issues faced by procuring agencies and clarify doubts & misunderstandings on some of the provisions of the procurement rules. A brief introduction (owing to lack of time) was made to the electronic government procurement system recently launched by the Government.

The participants expressed the usefulness of such orientation program.However,they also shared that it is time to review the rules to simplify and make user friendly.

This is expected to enhance the uniform understanding of the procurement rules and enable informed procurement decision as they represent the deputy/chairman of the Dzongkhag/Dungkhag Level Tender Committee.


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