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Post  GadielCM on Wed Aug 25, 2010 8:01 pm

Mkangala,
Big up,
In additional to that, the system keeps barrier to new entrants (new local suppliers, service providers and contractors) because it limits a certain suppliers throughtout the year, and PEs' should not go elsewhere, they end up by issueing LPO'S to shortlisted suppliers by GPSA.

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Post  ramadhan on Fri Aug 06, 2010 3:26 pm

Hi! Forumnist I am new in the forum but I found it as one of the very interesting forum.

My arguemnet to day is shortlisting supplier and contractors by PPRA has been take as the way to cut dow the cost and at the some time to shortern procurement time, but it seems this mode also, forgottern the primary cause of the PPA 2004 Act na. 47, and its Regulation of Gn 97 and Gn 98 which aims at regulating procurement of the Government and its department through trasparancy and corruption free to ensure value for money for the public fund spending, but with this new system it has numbaral of weaknesses in addressing the Act aim

1. criteria for shortlisting thses suppliers or contractors seems to be weak since focusing only on legarity of the contractors or suppliers,
2. I dont think if autholity have enough time and internal capacity to analyse quoted price and reflect fractuation of prices depending to market situation and USD fractuation.
3. Most of the quoted prices are not openly to SPECS of the items.
4. There is no clear and open guidelines for PE to invite whom and not invite whom for what reasons and why, this to me seem to be a loopehol of the corruption since you mait have chain of supplier whom targeted by the PE officers for some hiden reasons and finally lead into burdern to the government.

I think this system may defeat the purpose of the Act so it is high time now to withdraw from this stytem.

Naomba kutoa hoja.

Mkangala.RMA

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