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CMS, post procurement review, data archiving in e-GP under preparation
Monday, September 18, 2017
As part of fulfilling the total process designed for electronic government procurement (e-GP) system, CPTU on September 18, 2017, conducted a meeting with GSS Infotech and Dohatec New Media on implementing contract management system (CMS), post-procurement review and data archiving to e-GP.
GSS Infotech and Dohatec New Media are working at CPTU for e-GP system. The team members of both the consulting firms and officers of CPTU attended the meeting chaired by Director (Coordination and Training) Shish Haider Chowdhury. Public Policy Adviser AKM Fazlul Karim, Director (e-GP), Md Aziz Taher Khan, Senior e-GP Adviser Ashfakul Islam, System Analyst Asadul Hoque of CPTU, Team Leader of GSS Infotech, Joji Joseph George, and Deputy Team Leader (O & M) of Dohatec New Media, Md Nazmul Islam Bhuiyan, were also present in the meeting.
CPTU is implementing e-GP to fully digitize public procurement across all procurement organizations with World Bank support. There are 1300 procurement organizations in the country. Until September 18, 2017, a total of 1143 procurement organizations registered with the e-GP system.
The e-GP is a comprehensive digital public procurement system having an in-built performance monitoring mechanism.
At the meeting on September 18, 2017, the Dohatec made a presentation on how the features of three items would be implemented in the e-GP. The CPTU experts gave their opinions on those features. They gave suggestions for search options with procurement method and type so that while doing any post-procurement review, CPTU can also track any tender in the system.
Through CMS the procuring entities will be able to execute contract management including payments, certifications etc under e-GP. Data archiving is an important aspect of the e-GP system.
The tenderers and PEs have to register with e-GP by providing necessary documents for getting access to its business. However, public, media and other stakeholders can view and read much relevant and useful information in the e-GP system without registration. Tenderers, PEs and banks have their separate dash board in the e-GP system (www.eprocure.gov.bd)

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