The objective of the Project is to kick-start the development of a national electronic-Government Procurement (e-GP) system in order to improve performance of the procurement functions in Uganda. The Project consists of the following components:
(a) Developing standard catalog for common procurement items of goods, works, and services with standards templates.
(b) Preparing business process engineering report on the procurement processes and practices for the implementation of e-GP.
(c) Strengthening Capacity of PPDA and Key stakeholders, through training and study tours to relevant countries.
(d) Sensitizing stakeholders on e-GP through workshops, media, and radio shows.
(e) Developing and disseminating e-GP Guidelines.
(f) Developing e-GP Technical Requirements and bidding document
Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development
P.O. Box 8147 Plot 2-12 Apollo Kaggwa Road
Kampala, Republic of Uganda
Facsimile: 256 41 230163
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