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A delegation from the government of Bangladeshi has commended Tanzania’s public procurement system saying it is among the best, TPJ has learnt.

 The delegation, headed by the director general of Bangladeshi’s central procurement technical unit (CPTU), Mr. Md Faruque Hossain, made the observation during a one day-study tour at the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) offices in Dar es Salaam last week.

Following presentation of PPRA’s Director of Information Services, Mr. Peter Shilla, about the workings of the recently launched Tanzania National E-Procurement System (Taneps) that supports the entire public procurement cycle form planning to contract management, Mr. Hossain said the delegation had been impressed by the structure of the country’s public procurement system “as it integrates all the key procurement stakeholders that are functioning under the government.”

“The public procurement model in Tanzania is superb because it has integrated all key stakeholders in public procurement within the Tanzania National E- Procurement System [Taneps], whereas they have different functions and operate under different methodologies,” he said, noting that the system makes it easy for the Government to get value for money.

The delegation also got briefed on how the regime handles procurement complaints when Acting Director of Legal and Public Affairs, Mr. Daudi Mwomburi, explained the procedure followed when aggrieved bidders seek the intervention of the Public Procurement Appeals Authority, an independent legal body with relevant powers.

Furthermore, the nine-member delegation learned about best practices particularly concerning legal framework and management aspects of public procurement and how PPRA conducts procurement and value for money audits.

Other aspects were the implementation of asset disposal policy and assessment of salvage value, social and environmental issues in evaluation of procurement proposal as well as management of action and reverse auction within Taneps.

Apart from visiting PPRA, the nine-member delegation also paid a visit to Government Procurement Services Agency (GPSA) and learnt about the system for procurement of common use items and services.

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