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UPDATE PROCUREMENT INFORMATION ON OUR PE WEB SITE

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Re: UPDATE PROCUREMENT INFORMATION ON OUR PE WEB SITE

Post  RSM on Tue Mar 27, 2012 7:04 pm

Rutaihwa,

This is one problem that we have with many websites. They are never updated. PPRAs website is among the few which re regularly updated. Someone need to advise the Ministry of Finance Officials

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UPDATE PROCUREMENT INFORMATION ON OUR PE WEB SITE

Post  Rutaihwa on Tue Mar 27, 2012 6:06 pm

To Forumn Members & Procurement Practitioners
May I please request all to share with other proffessionals in our Procuring Entity on Information relating to procurement in order to up date the infomation.ie New procurement Act, Regulations etc. Otherwise we Procurement Practitioners will seems not advising the Entities on procurement informations to be Published.
This Challenge comes when I Visit various Web site with Outdated Tenders, But one of them Being Our Esteem Ministry of Finance with the Following Advertisiment with the following information OF THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT ACT ACT OF 2001. Please PPRA ADVISE THE PE'S ACCORDINGLY
Tender announcement
Introduction to public procurement in Tanzania
Public Procurement in Tanzania is governed by the Public Procurement Act of 2001 (PPA). The PPA is applicable to all procurement financed by Public Funds, however Local Government procurement is regulated by the Local Government Finance Act 1982. The Act sets out a Public Procurement System which aims
 To ensure that procurement is conducted in a fair open, transparent, accountable and competitive manner.
 To contribute towards the creation of sound economic climate in Tanzania, and
 To increase participation by the Tanzania Private Sector.
The Public Procurement Act was enacted by parliament in March, 2001 and became operational in July, 2001. The Act is underpinned by:
 Public Procurement (Selection & Employment of Consultants) Regulation of July, 2001 (GN. No. 137);
 Public Procurement of Goods and Works Regulation of July, 2001 (GN No. 138);
 Standard Tender Documents issued by CTB in June 2001; and
 Tender Evaluation Guidelines issued by CTB in June, 2002.
Details of these Documents are available at the website of the www.ppra.go.tz
Institutional Framework
PPRA 2001 & Regulations establish an institutional framework for Public Procurement in Tanzania. The framework comprises of two key bodies
 Public Procurement Regulatory Authority.
 Procuring Entities
Procurement Reforms
Currently the Tanzania Government is carrying out further reforms in its procurement systems. The current reforms which calls for the amendment of PPA 2001 aims at; establishing an autonomous Procurement Regulatory Body in Place of Central Tender Board; and decentralization of procurement to MDAs' in which all thresholds shall be abolished. The amendments are expected to be in force in January 2005. In the meanwhile the Minister for Finance has approved new thresholds which shall became effective in this financial year 2004/2005.
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