An e-GP system uses digital technologies to facilitate the procurement of goods and services by the government's ministries, departments and agencies. The PPDA is implementing the development of an electronic Government Procurement (e-GP) System which will enable Procuring and Disposing Entities (PDEs) to publish tender notices, receive bids from suppliers and manage public contracts.
electronic Government Procurement (e-GP) System
The importance of implementing the e-GP project
- Increased transparency. E-GP systems can provide a centralized platform for publishing tenders and awarding contracts, which can increase the visibility of the procurement process. This increased transparency can help prevent corruption and ensure that the procurement process is fair and open.
- Increased efficiency. Traditional procurement methods can be time-consuming and involve a lot of paperwork, coordination, and communication between pDEs and suppliers. E-GP systems streamline these processes, making it easier and faster for buyers to publish tenders and receive bids from suppliers. This can lead to faster procurement times and more efficient use of resources.
- Cost savings for governments. By using online platforms to publish tenders and receive bids, governments can reduce the administrative costs associated with traditional procurement methods
To register as a supplier on e-GP
- Get registered at the Registrar General
- Have MRA Certificate
- Registration with PPDA