The objective of government procurement of inputs (goods, works, and services) is to ensure the quality, economy, efficiency, transparency, fairness, and timeliness of the acquisition of inputs. Good procurement allows the government to fulfill its obligations to citizens and visitors to the country. It is always good to purchase the right quality materials, at the right time, in the right quantity, from the right source, and at the right price.
Is a dashboard that provides businesses as well as procurement/concession practitioners with access to all procurement and concession related actions that takes place within a given annual circle.
The vendor registry enables the collection of key information from vendors that supply/render goods, works, and services for all public entities, and those information relating to each vendor are recorded into an online and offline systems for use by public procurement institutions. All vendors listed within the vendor’s registry are eligible to participate in government procurement activities.
Is a process that involves the formal receipt of complaints/appeals, collection of evident in relations to said grievances, evaluation of such evidence and conclusion with a professional and legal resolution.
Is a platform that provides services which make use of information and communication technologies (ICTs). The three main components of e-services are: service provider, service receiver and the channels of service delivery that are specifically use to provide public procurement and concession online services.
These are important detailed information that are related to bid/tender or information relating to any offer made by an investor, trader, or dealer to buy an asset or to compete for a contract.
No objections detailed the necessary information about a bid/tender or information relating to any offer made by an investor, trader, or dealer to buy an asset or to compete for a contract.
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