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Updated in EWS May 11, 2021
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The general objective of technical cooperation is to support the transformation and strengthening of the State Procurement System of the State of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay in the technological, operational and institutional fields, supporting the consolidation of the reform to obtain greater efficiency in public spending and value for money in public purchases. Its specific objectives are: 1) to assist in strengthening the information system (combining its transactional and analytical aspects) of State purchases; 2) support the regulatory development of strategic purchasing modalities; 3) assist in the design of an initiative for the professionalization of buyers and suppliers of the State through a knowledge center
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