Instituting e-Government Procurement in Nepal


Instituting e-Government Procurement in Nepal

01 June 2016
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e-Government procurement (e-GP) promotes transparency, quality, and economic development as proven by Nepal’s experience. 

The new e-GP system of Nepal eases the access of national and international bidders to procurement opportunities; reduces turnaround time across the public procurement cycle and improves process efficiency overall; facilitates regulatory compliance and effective auditing; increases transparency and minimizes collusion and intimidation; helps verify and monitor bid capacity from centralized supplier, contractor, or consultant profiles; and promotes monitoring, analysis, and effective decision making from aggregated procurement information.

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