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Procurement experts honoured at 2019 GHAPSCA

Leading Experts from the Procurement and Supply Chain industry were rewarded at the second edition of the Ghana Procurement and Supply Chain Awards (GHAPSCA 2019) which took place at the Movenpick Amb ......

  • Ghana
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 09 Oct 2019
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Description Leading Experts from the Procurement and Supply Chain industry were rewarded at the second edition of the Ghana Procurement and Supply Chain Awards (GHAPSCA 2019) which took place at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra. A total of sixty-six (66) awards were presented to organizations and individuals for their exceptional contributions to the procurement and supply chain industry. GHAPSCA 2019 hosted the best of the best of the procurement and supply chain sector across Ghana to an evening of celebration and networking. In all, 19 organizations participated in the awards ceremony; KATH, Ghana Health Service, DVLA, VRA, Ministry of Procurement, Barclays, UMB, Zenith, Maxam, Goldfields, MTN, Unilever, Silverstar Auto, Kosmos Energy, Ghana Gas, AirtelTigo, Vodafone, Strategic security and McDan Shipping Company. Procurement Minister Hon. Adwoa Safo was present in the capacity of chief host and keynote speaker. Speaking on the topic “tackling procurement integrity in Ghana”, the minister expressed her gratitude to Instinct Wave- organizers of GHAPSCA 2019 for the invitation and hard work in recognizing and rewarding Practitioners. Addressing Procurement practitioners present at the event, Hon. Adwoa Safo revealed that collusion and fraud threatened the judicious utilization of public finance and encouraged practitioners to maintain integrity in the procurement process. “I strongly believe that we can only achieve value for money if we provide for integrity in our procurement system. Lack of integrity violates equal treatment and equal participation in the procurement process” she said. “...on the issue of integrity, I strongly believe that as procurement practitioners we need a uniform code of conduct for all procurement practitioners in this country, where we can measure and benchmark the actions, inactions of procurement practitioners in our country.” “And on this note I wish to inform all gathered here that, my office on the 27th of February this year inaugurated an Ethics and Standards Committee that is chaired by the country manager of CIPS Ghana. The committee is tasked to formulate a comprehensive and uniform code of conduct for procurement practitioners in Ghana and to proffer sanctions where there are breaches to this code.” The minister announced. The Ministry of Procurement was recognized with the Promoting Procurement Ethics award for their efforts in promoting integrity in the procurement process since the office was established in 2017. GHAPSCA 2019 also unveiled the top 20 Procurement leaders award and outstanding individuals in the procurement and supply chain industry. Some of them include; Nana Ama Appiah (Zenith Bank), Enoch D. Dugbartey (UMB Bank), Evelyn Sam (AirtelTigo), Joshua Kofi Rockson (Barclays Bank), Patrick Afari (MTN Ghana), Theophilus Otchere (Gold Fields), Nazaire Djako (Unilever), Eric Ekow T. Ghansah (Maxam Ghana), Robert Kweku Tay (DVLA), Sampson Owusu Afriyie (KATH), Kwame Gyeabour (Kosmos Energy), Michael Owusu (Vodafone), Araba Kudiabor (Ghana Health Service). Special recognition awards were also conferred on outstanding individuals which included: Executive Director for Chase Petroleum, Daniel Augustus Amoah, President of CISCM, Richard Obeng Okrah, MD of KEK Insurance Brokers, Charles Oduro, CEO of VRA Emmanuel Antwi-Darkwa, Country manager for CIPS, Stella Addo, CEO of McDan Shipping Company, Daniel McKorley, CEO of Zenith Bank, Henry Oroh, CEO of Ghana Gas, Ben K. Asante, Managing Consultant for Supply Chain Management, Basil Ahiable and Samuel Asare Boateng for their contributions to the sector. Graduates from the Procurement & Supply Chain departments of Sunyani and Takoradi Technical Universities were also recognized for their academic achievements. CEO of Instinct Wave, Mr. Akin Naphtal in his welcome remarks commended industry players for their hard work. Mr. Naphtal also announced the unveiling of a supply chain magazine, “Supply Chain Africa”. “After a successful maiden edition last year which would not have been possible without industry players and stakeholders, I am delighted to announce the birth of the supply chain magazine dubbed ‘Supply Chain Africa’ which will be out in two weeks.” He announced. “Ladies and gentlemen, aside recognizing and rewarding innovative and transformative players in the procurement industry it is only appropriate that we chronicle all these in a magazine.” he continued. “We look forward to more fruitful events in the coming years.” He concluded.
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Source https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/Procurement-experts-honoured-at-2019-GHAPSCA-783347#
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Cross-border Innovation Procurement in Health: EU funding opportunities & best practices

The European Commission’s Directorates-General for Research and Innovation (RTD) and for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (CNECT) are hosting the workshop ‘Cross-border Innovation Procu ......

  • Germany
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 17 Sep 2019
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Description The European Commission’s Directorates-General for Research and Innovation (RTD) and for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (CNECT) are hosting the workshop ‘Cross-border Innovation Procurement in Health: EU funding opportunities & best practices’. Designing, procuring and deploying innovative solutions is an important component of every public sector modernisation strategy, especially in the health and care sector. However, the EU health service providers face many challenges, such as funding, a fragmented legal framework, lack of common standards or interoperability and varying user/patient preferences across the EU. Through this workshop, we expect to attract a representative audience (procurers, potential suppliers, regions or umbrella organisations and regulators) to discuss how such challenges can be addressed through existing EU Innovation Procurement instruments in the area of health, such as Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) and Public Procurement of Innovative solutions (PPI). We will present the new PCP & PPI funding opportunities for 2020 and discuss how to best design and implement successful projects. A networking session is foreseen during the event. In order to express your interest in the event, please submit your pre-registration.
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Source http://innovation-procurement.org/events/?c=search&uid=NihBEIo4
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Government to roll out £5m pan-NHS procurement platform over next three years

Unified system will be implemented across all central NHS and departmental bodies and will also be open to trusts across the country The Department of Health and Social Care is to implement a nationwi ......

  • Australia
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 07 Sep 2019
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Description Unified system will be implemented across all central NHS and departmental bodies and will also be open to trusts across the country The Department of Health and Social Care is to implement a nationwide procurement platform that will be available use by all NHS organisations throughout England and Wales. The department has published a contract notice seeking a software supplier that can provide a “single eCommercial system” for use across the DHSC and its national arm’s-length bodies and owned companies. This includes NHS England, NHS Improvement, NHS Digital, and NHS Property Services as well as the Care Quality Commission, and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency Once the system is live, it will also be open for use by all individual NHS trusts and any other organisations that are part of the government “health family”. The government is looking for a system through which health-service bodies can not only issue and manage tenders, but can also monitor supplier performance and savings. The tool should also offer the capability to keep users abreast of available product upgrades and allow them to maintain a pipeline of planned procurement activity. Related content London NHS trusts launch £3bn mega-framework for IT and services How to deliver transformative NHS improvements at speed Why the NHS needs to ‘take the lead’ on sharing data with the private sector The DHSC itself will be the first organisation to go live on the new system and is scheduled to do so in June next year, PublicTechnology understands. Over the course of a 16-month period up to October 2021, a further nine central agencies will join as and when their equivalent existing contracts expire. The two biggest users are each set to move to the new platform in spring 2021, with NHS England due to go live in March and NHS Digital to follow two months later. The government expects to require about 300 full licences of its chosen software tool for use across the 10 specified national organisations, in addition to a further 1,000 or so licences allowing partial functionality. Many of the users of the new platform – including both NHS Digital and NHS England – currently use a procurement platform based on software from specialist firm Bravo. But some use different tools, and the intent behind the rollout of a standardised platform is to allow for economies of scale and more joined-up procurement activity. Beyond the 10 organisations that have already set a timeline for adopting the new system, it is understood that NHS trusts and other health-service entities will not be mandated to adopt the new tool, but rather will be strongly encouraged that doing so will provide cost and efficiency benefits. The procurement, which is being run by NHS Digital on behalf of the DHSC, is inviting bids up to a deadline of 24 September. The plan is to enter into a four-year contract with the chosen provider on 14 November. The deal will be worth an estimated £4.5m plus VAT to the winning bidder.
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Source https://www.publictechnology.net/articles/news/government-roll-out-%C2%A35m-pan-nhs-procurement-platform-over-next-three-years
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NHS building G-Cloud-like procurement network

The National Health Service is building a procurement framework for IT services that should be available to the entire organisation and should mimic what Google built for the Central Government with G ......

  • United Kingdom
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 20 Aug 2019
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Description The National Health Service is building a procurement framework for IT services that should be available to the entire organisation and should mimic what Google built for the Central Government with G-Cloud. NHS CIO Will Smart says this is just the beginning and that more procurement frameworks are in the works. He also said that this will allow the institution to strike better deals, but also allow local organisations to offer better services. "You will see us doing more NHS-wide procurement frameworks," Smart began. "We will use the commercial scale of the NHS to strike the best possible deal with vendors, but allow local organisations pull off the most appropriate solution. And well do that at a core technology level." The skeleton of the system is already up and running. It’s far from a complete product, with lots of work still to be done, but the first steps have been taken. It’s called the Health Systems Support Framework (HSSF), and Smart believes it will bring balance between national and local buyers. "The HSSF is a bit like the G-Cloud environment within wider government frameworks that have the key vendors there with the right terms conditions available for local organisations. Its about striking that balance between national buying power versus local." "Lot 1 of the HSSF will be launched later in July and is specifically designed for electronic patient record (ERP) systems." The NHS was one of the biggest victims of the WannaCry ransomware, which hit the organisation in spring 2017.
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Source https://www.itproportal.com/news/nhs-building-g-cloud-like-procurement-network/
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U.S. Department of Education Announces School Safety Grant Opportunities

ON 06/30/2019 AT 22:11 PM The U.S. Department of Education is now accepting applications for three fiscal year 2019 grant competitions that support locally tailored approaches to school safety. "Ensu ......

  • United States
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 09 Jul 2019
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Description ON 06/30/2019 AT 22:11 PM The U.S. Department of Education is now accepting applications for three fiscal year 2019 grant competitions that support locally tailored approaches to school safety. "Ensuring that our nations schools are safe and nurturing places to learn is critical to the well-being, safety and long-term success of all students," said U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos. "These grants will support state and local leaders as they develop and implement the school safety solutions that will work best for them." PROJECT PREVENT GRANT PROGRAM This program helps Local Education Agencies (LEAs) enhance their ability to identify, assess and serve students exposed to pervasive violence. Funds from this $10 million grant competition can be used to provide mental health services for trauma or anxiety; support conflict resolution programs; and implement other school—based violence prevention strategies. The deadline to apply is July 15, 2019. SCHOOL CLIMATE TRANSFORMATION GRANT PROGRAM This $40 million grant competition provides funds to LEAs to develop, enhance, or expand systems of support for schools implementing strategies to improve learning conditions and promote positive school culture for all students. The deadline to apply is July 22, 2019. MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE PROFESSIONAL DEMONSTRATION GRANT PROGRAM This $15 million grant competition promotes partnerships between colleges or universities and high-need school districts in order to expand the pipeline of trained school-based mental health services providers. The deadline to apply is Aug. 5, 2019. These programs are funded through the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA), as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).
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Source https://www.trillions.biz/news/157968-U.S._Department_of_Education_Announces_School_Safety_Grant_Opportunities.html
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ADB to improve health care in rural PRC

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) signed a loan agreement of $150 million with Far East Horizon Limited (FEH) to provide lease financing to public hospitals in 12 of the least developed provinces in th ......

  • China
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 08 Jul 2019
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Description The Asian Development Bank (ADB) signed a loan agreement of $150 million with Far East Horizon Limited (FEH) to provide lease financing to public hospitals in 12 of the least developed provinces in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), improving health service delivery to people in rural parts of the country. “Health care service has grown in the PRC over the last two decades, but there is still a need to make health care services affordable, reliable, and accessible particularly in the rural and other less developed areas,” said Ms. Engstrom. “ADB’s deal with FEH will help public hospitals to access much-needed finance, through a leasing arrangement, to invest in new equipment and deliver higher-quality medical services that will make a real difference to people’s lives.” FEH will use the proceeds of ADB’s loan to finance the lease or purchase of modern medical equipment. Eligible hospitals will be from the 12 least developed provinces in terms of per capita income, which are located in the central and western regions of the PRC. Specifically, the ADB loan proceeds will be used exclusively for county hospitals, which primarily serve the population in surrounding rural areas.
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Source https://www.developmentaid.org/#!/news-stream/post/45618/adb-to-improve-health-care-in-rural-prc
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Sustainable procurement to benefit human health and the environment

VINH PHÚC — Vi?t Nam will be the first country in South East Asia to implement the Sustainable Health in Procurement Project (SHiPP), UNDP Vi?t Nam Resident Representative Caitlin Wiesen announced on ......

  • Vietnam
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 02 Jul 2019
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Description VINH PHÚC — Vi?t Nam will be the first country in South East Asia to implement the Sustainable Health in Procurement Project (SHiPP), UNDP Vi?t Nam Resident Representative Caitlin Wiesen announced on Friday. The project is a joint effort implemented by UNDP and Healthcare without Harm (HCWH) with the financial support from Swedish International Development Agency in ten countries from 2018 to 2021. Despite its crucial role in ensuring people’s wellbeing, the healthcare sector can still have negative impacts on human health and the environment. Exposure to biological and chemical substances, risks from improper waste management and treatment, plastic and non-degradable products along with greenhouse gas emissions from medical practices are among severe threats. Therefore, sustainable health procurement is expected to create a major shift toward the greener economy that benefits both people and the environment. International experiences show that sustainable and responsible procurement practices help reduce at least 65 per cent of the carbon footprint of England’s National Health Service and 82 per cent of the carbon footprint of UNDP-administered Global Fund for HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis projects in Tajikistan. The idea of the project is to reduce the harm to people and the environment caused by the manufacture, use and disposal of medical products and by the implementation of health programs. SHiPP sets a goal to accelerate the sustainable supply chain to improve human health and reduce greenhouse gases. “Vi?t Nam is one of three countries selected in Asia because of its history of engagement and strong commitment in the issue,” said Wiesen. “Therefore, it is natural to come here to start and look at how to further green the health procurement system and the whole health program in Vi?t Nam.” Deputy minister of health, Nguy?n Tru?ng Son expressed his appreciation, saying this project would provide essential technical support and prompt interventions in developing the responsible procurement in the health sector in alignment with the national strategy on green growth and the regulation of management of hazardous waste. “We are pleased to see many legislation and regulation have been adopted relevant to the intervention designated in this project. Hopefully, the project and the authorities will be able to work closely together and achieve the goal,” said Wiesen. — VNS
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Source https://vietnamnews.vn/society/520507/sustainable-procurement-to-benefit-human-health-and-the-environment.html#y6FqSyO1BHO5dLXb.97
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NHSI efficiency chief joins Deloitte seven months after £400,000 contract award

NHSI’s head of procurement and corporate services to join Deloitte Last November, NHSI awarded the firm a £400,000 contract for NHS procurement support Discussions “ongoing” over NHSI extending contra ......

  • United Kingdom
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 29 May 2019
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Description NHSI’s head of procurement and corporate services to join Deloitte Last November, NHSI awarded the firm a £400,000 contract for NHS procurement support Discussions “ongoing” over NHSI extending contract with Deloitte A senior manager working in NHS Improvement’s efficiency team will become a director at Deloitte, seven months after he was part of a panel that awarded a contract to the firm for help on a major shake-up of NHS procurement. Michael Hyne, NHSI’s acting director of procurement and corporate services, has been in his current role since July 2018. Mr Hyne’s move to the consultancy firm comes after he played a key role in the early stages of a project aimed at radically changing how the NHS buys goods and services. NHS Improvement told HSJ Mr Hyne’s move did not breach its corporate policy and it did not raise any conflict of interest issues in relation to the contract award to Deloitte. The regulator did not answer when HSJ asked what tasks Mr Hyne’s new job will involve, nor what its corporate policy was regarding senior managers leaving for the private sector. Mr Hyne joined NHSI from Deloitte in April 2017 as director of corporate services. HSJ understands Mr Hyne was promoted to his current position in July 2018 on an interim basis after the departure of his then manager Paul West. In mid-November last year, Mr Hyne was part of a four-person panel from NHSI which awarded a contract worth up to £400,000 to Deloitte for initial work on a new procurement model. An NHSI spokesman said the contract was awarded “following the formal procurement process”. According to the contract’s tender documents, the new model would “transform the way procurement is delivered” at local level with significant changes to working practices. This included changes to every NHS procurement team in England such as a focus on “consolidation of functions and structures” and “significant technology automation and standardisation of functions”. Extract from the tender document Extract from the tender document If Deloitte’s initial proposals, drawn up together with NHS trust procurement chiefs, are agreed upon by the wider NHS procurement community, the firm could also help implement the model across the health service, which would effectively extend the contract by up to 18 months. In March, four months after the contract was awarded, Mr Hyne told NHSI he was resigning. A spokesman for the regulator said Mr Hyne would join Deloitte next month. A spokesman for the regulator said: “The contract was awarded following the formal procurement process. No NHSI corporate policy has been breached.” The spokesman confirmed the £400,000 contract only applied to the first phase of work on the new model. Asked if NHSI has decided if Deloitte will continue to provide its support during phase two, the spokesman said: “Discussions are ongoing.” Earlier this month NHSI, which is effectively merging with NHS England, advertised a job for a “director of procurement and commercial delivery”. The job description stated the post-holder would lead the implementation of the new model. As part of the merger, Mr Hyne’s team will move from NHSI’s operational productivity unit, which is being scrapped, into reporting to Simon Corben who is NHSI and NHSE’s joint director of estates.
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Source https://www.hsj.co.uk/finance-and-efficiency/nhsi-efficiency-chief-joins-deloitte-seven-months-after-400000-contract-award-/7025166.article
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Ghana rolls out first E-Procurement for public sector in West Africa

Ghana has become the first country in the West Africa sub-region to establish an electronic procurement system for the public sector. This was announced by the Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, wh ......

  • Ghana
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 28 May 2019
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Description Ghana has become the first country in the West Africa sub-region to establish an electronic procurement system for the public sector. This was announced by the Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, when he launched Ghana’s Electronic Procurement System (GHANEPS) in Accra on Tuesday, 30th April, 2019. The e-procurement system is designed to address corruption in procurement procedures by minimising human face-to-face interaction, and increase productivity for both Procurement Officers and Service Providers as all manual procurement process and procedures are automated. As well, Service Providers (Suppliers, Consultants and Contractors) will be able to respond to tenders, seek clarifications and other information from the comfort of their offices via the internet. The time and risks associated with tender submissions will be considerably reduced and/or eliminated. In addition, there will be a considerable reduction of the use of paper associated with tendering, greater ease in monitoring and audit, increased accuracy in reporting and statistics, increase in participating suppliers in public procurement, increase in the number of tender responses and a reduction in Procurement lead times. In line with international best practice, Ghana’s E-procurement system uses the Open Contracting Data Standards (OCDS) for its reporting and display of information. In this format, information is available at each stage of the procurement process. Phase 1 of the e-procurement system has begun with five (5) government agencies – Department of Feeder Roads, Ghana Cocoa Board, Ghana Health Service, Koforidua Technical University and Tema Metropolitan Assembly – with Phase II, covering all 34 Ministries, Public Universities, Metropolitan Assemblies and some selected Departments and Agencies, expected to start at the end of June 2019. The phased roll-out is expected to continue until the end of 2020, during which all public entities will be expected to use the e-procurement system for their procurement activities, according to officials of the Public Procurement Authority. Speaking at the launch in Accra, Vice President Bawumia explained that government’s many-pronged digital interventions are aimed at moving Ghana into the digital age and making life easier for the ordinary Ghanaian. “At the heart of government’s drive to digitize our economy is the need to facilitate the delivery of government services, formalize the economy, de-risk the business environment, and above all deal with matters of corruption,” Vice President Bawumia indicated. “As a government, we are fully committed to improving transparency and efficiency in the procurement process. With this end-to-end modular e-procurement system and its integration with other government systems – such as Register General’s Department, Ghana Revenue Authority, Ghana E-Payment Portal, etc., and eventually with GIFMIS- we get closer to this objective.” Commending the Board, Management and Staff of the Public Procurement Authority as well as the Minister and staff of the Ministry of Communications, Vice President Bawumia said their efforts at tackling procurement fraud would save Ghana many productive man-hours and revenue lost through theft. “Ghana is indeed entering a new dawn in public procurement. It will soon be a thing of the past where service providers have to travel distances to access tender documents, submit tenders or seek clarifications. “Use of Tender Boxes will be history. Now your computer is your Tender Box. Civil Societies and for that matter the general public no longer have to go to public entities requesting information on its procurement activities… The e-procurement system is another step aimed at curbing the canker of corruption in our public procurement processes.” Some experts estimate that Procurement breaches make up close to 90% of corruption cases, and the adoption of e-procurement could save countries up to 2% of GDP. Ghana could thus save $100m annually, according to the Ghana Country Director of the World Bank, Mr Henry Kerali.
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Source https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/business/Ghana-rolls-out-first-E-Procurement-for-public-sector-in-West-Africa-742723#
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Ghana scores first in West Africa with launch of e-procurement system

Ghana has become the first country in the West Africa sub-region to establish an electronic procurement system for the public sector. This was announced by the Vice President of the Republic, Dr Maha ......

  • Ghana
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 02 May 2019
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Description Ghana has become the first country in the West Africa sub-region to establish an electronic procurement system for the public sector. This was announced by the Vice President of the Republic, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia when he launched Ghana’s Electronic Procurement System (GHANEPS) in Accra on Tuesday. The e-procurement system is designed to address corruption in procurement procedures by minimising human face-to-face interaction, and increase productivity for both Procurement Officers and Service Providers as all manual procurement process and procedures are automated. As well, Service Providers (Suppliers, Consultants and Contractors) will be able to respond to tenders, seek clarifications and other information from the comfort of their offices via the internet. The time and risks associated with tender submissions will be considerably reduced and/or eliminated. In addition, there will be a considerable reduction of the use of paper associated with tendering, greater ease in monitoring and audit, increased accuracy in reporting and statistics, increase in participating suppliers in public procurement, increase in the number of tender responses and a reduction in Procurement lead times. In line with international best practice, Ghana’s E-procurement system uses the Open Contracting Data Standards (OCDS) for its reporting and display of information. In this format, information is available at each stage of the procurement process. Phase 1 of the e-procurement system has begun with five government agencies – Department of Feeder Roads, Ghana Cocoa Board, Ghana Health Service, Koforidua Technical University and Tema Metropolitan Assembly – with Phase II, covering all 34 Ministries, Public Universities, Metropolitan Assemblies and some selected Departments and Agencies, expected to start at the end of June 2019. The phased roll-out is expected to continue until the end of 2020, during which all public entities will be expected to use the e-procurement system for their procurement activities, according to officials of the Public Procurement Authority. Speaking at the launch in Accra, Vice President Bawumia explained that government’s many-pronged digital interventions are aimed at moving Ghana into the digital age and making life easier for the ordinary Ghanaian. “At the heart of government’s drive to digitize our economy is the need to facilitate the delivery of government services, formalize the economy, de-risk the business environment, and above all deal with matters of corruption,” Vice President Bawumia indicated. “As a government, we are fully committed to improving transparency and efficiency in the procurement process. With this end-to-end modular e-procurement system and its integration with other government systems – such as Register General’s Department, Ghana Revenue Authority, Ghana E-Payment Portal, etc., and eventually with GIFMIS- we get closer to this objective.”
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.myjoyonline.com/business/2019/May-1st/ghana-scores-first-in-west-africa-with-launch-of-e-procurement-system.php

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