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Registration of suppliers of goods and services under the Tanzania National e-Procurement System (TANePS) is progressing well, paving way for their participation in online public procurement, Parliament was told recently.

Presenting budget estimates for his ministry in Dodoma, Finance and Planning Minister, Dr. Philip Mpango, said training on the system involving various stakeholders including 100 pilot procuring entities is on-going while trials are scheduled during 2018/19 financial year for procurement of common use items, medicines and medical supplies.

Dr. Mpango also said government through the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) has prepared public procurement guidelines on various aspects, including enabling participation of public entities and special groups in the procurement of raw materials as well as goods and services for industrial development. 

Furthermore, Dr. Mpango said PPRA also conducted public procurement audit during 2016/17 on 112 procuring entities whereby the score for compliance was 74 percent while the score for value for money was 82.5 percent.

The minister also told Parliament that the audit findings revealed corruption likelihood in a total of 34 projects in 17 procuring entities and that the findings were submitted to the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau for further action.

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