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Contractors can now post tenders on Internet

The Times of India, Hyderabad
JANUARY 30, 2003

The state government on Wednesday launched the e-Procurement market place and posted tenders of four departments online.

Developed by Commerce One (C1), e-Procurement provides services for electronic tendering, forward and reverse auctions, rate contracts and catalogue-based contracts. Launching the initiative, roads and buildings minister T Nageswara Rao said the government intends to place the tenders of all departments on the Net. The site’s address is www.eprocurement.gov.in

Tenders of the irrigation, roads and buildings, AP Technology Services and AP Medical and Health Infrastructure Development Corporation are being placed on the web, while tenders of the APSRTC will be cast on the Net very shortly.

The e-Procurement would put an end to the contractors’ cartel as people can bid from any place in the world, and need not visit government offices to drop their quotations, the minister said. The new process would eliminate the interface between suppliers and buyers, he added. Special chief secretary J Rambabu said other departments have evinced interest in posting their tenders on the Net.

IT secretary Ajay Sawhney said the government wants the contractors to register with e-Procurement. No money would be charged for the purpose. Efforts were on to centralise the registration of contractors and make the data available for all departments, he said.

Sawhney said C1 was selected to develop the portal through bidding, and the company will be paid Rs 4,500 and a share of 0.24 of the total value of each tender.

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