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In line with the Royal Government’s initiative to pilot the 1st phase of the electronic procurement system (e-GP), DHI will join the government in piloting two specific tenders, details of which are given below:

 

  1. DHI and DHI-owned companies will carry out two pilot tenders (one for goods and one for works) using the e-GP system. The two tenders are:
    1. Procurement of A4 and A3 size photocopy paper for DHI and DHI-owned companies
    2. Construction of Barbed Wire Fencing at Pangserthang under Dagana Dzongkhag

 

Details of the tenders are available on the e-GP website (www.egp.gov.bt)

 

In this regard, all bidders are requested to:

 

  1. All interested bidders (contractors, and suppliers) must register in the e-GP system in order to participate in the bid. Registration and technical support will be available at the GPPMD office, Ministry of Finance.
  2. The conduct of procurement through e-GP system shall be guided by e-GP guidelines
  3. All registration, tender fees, downloading, submission shall be free until further notice
  4. The financial institutions shall facilitate bid security payment related to procurement

 

 

 

 
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