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Why value for money not achieved in Tanzania public procurement

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Re: Why value for money not achieved in Tanzania public procurement

Post  thanksme on Thu Apr 09, 2015 5:13 am

Bieda wrote:after receiving the request from the user i immediately start the procurement process.
Users' expectations is that i procurement an such a product at the possible lowest price, shorter time, high quality. These becomes the major consideration of the procurement officer on the users' perspectives.
Why are these expectations always not fulfilled in Tanzania public procurement. The public procurement in Tanzania is characterized by the high prices, longer delivery period, and sometime low quality.
I beg to submit

I tried to understand your concern, and i have come with the following output
1.  high prices
As you know Government usually pay for Goods, works or services after the delivery and it may take long time (it may reach a year) therefore for the supplier to cover the risks of late payments they always inflate the price.
2. longer delivery period
This may Happen if the supplies is not readily available on shelf, and the supplier needs to import. also many of our suppliers whom we usually deals with, have no capacity to supply the required supplies, what they do is, after getting an order form the PE, they then look for another BIG supplier and they purchase form them.
This may also INFLATE the price as well as DELAY the delivery, as many of our suppliers are MADALALI
3.low quality
The market is flooded with sub-standard goods, and the tendency of our supplier wanting to get the huge profit, so they opt to purchase those supplies that of low quality and resale in a high price.

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Re: Why value for money not achieved in Tanzania public procurement

Post  RJM on Mon Mar 30, 2015 2:23 am

Bieda,

Your submission is not true - the PPA 2011 requires PE to plan its procurement activities. What about of your PE?

More highlight is required.

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Why value for money not achieved in Tanzania public procurement

Post  Bieda on Thu Dec 18, 2014 1:27 pm

after receiving the request from the user i immediately start the procurement process.
Users' expectations is that i procurement an such a product at the possible lowest price, shorter time, high quality. These becomes the major consideration of the procurement officer on the users' perspectives.
Why are these expectations always not fulfilled in Tanzania public procurement. The public procurement in Tanzania is characterized by the high prices, longer delivery period, and sometime low quality.
I beg to submit

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