As a result of the Notice of The Award of Framework Agreements adopted in May 2019, the GPSA Tender Committee awarded framework agreements to successful bidders, in accordance with Regulation (EC) 231 (5) – 6) of the Public Procurement Regulation, adopted in 2013 (as amended). The Agency is responsible for the purchase, storage and distribution of inventory for resale to public and non-governmental institutions, the provision of clearing, transportation and advisory services, and the purchase of common-use goods and services by independent departments, departments and agencies (MDB) and local authorities (LGAs) through framework contracts. The framework agreement system aims to reduce procurement costs and allow contracting entities access relevant information. The tender begins on September 5, 2019 and the notice is available on www.gpsa.go.tz The Public Procurement Authority (GPSA) has published the names of suppliers of goods and service providers that have obtained framework agreements for the 2019/20 financial year, TPJ has learned. The list of goods and service providers to which framework agreements have been granted is available on THE GPSA website, www.gpsa.go.tz „This possibility would not include bidders who have been awarded framework contracts for the year 2019/2019 ending June 30, 2019,“ said Dr. Rashel. Compared to the previous year`s values, the agreements valid from July 2018 to June 2019, it is clear that understanding and tendering for collective use and service contracts has improved markedly, as evidenced by a significant increase of 675 offers, or 6.25%. The Agency is responsible for organizing purchases of goods and services for shared use by procurement entities through framework agreements. Each fiscal year, the Agency tenders for the purchase of goods and services for the common use of suppliers and service providers and calls for tenders until framework agreements are awarded. The list of suppliers that have obtained framework agreements will be published and published on the GPSA website, www.gpsa.go.tz and distributed to purchasing entities.
In accordance with public procurement legislation, GPSA promotes the goods and services usually used by the PPRA (www.ppra.got.tz) website in February through site WEB (www.gpsa.go.tz), the PPRA website (www.ppra.got.tz) and the PPRA Tanzania Procurement Journal in February. Dr Rasheli added that 14 reports related to food services, cleaning services, fumigation services, handling and transportation services, office equipment service and maintenance, service and maintenance of fire equipment, rectification and milling services, elevator maintenance and maintenance, fire safety system maintenance and maintenance services, photocopying service rental with supplier management agency, documentation services, documentation services, insurance services and security services.