The automated integrated information system "Electronic Government Procurement" (e-GP) is intended for conducting e-GP in real time. The system provides for the conclusion of electronic contracts on the needs of customers for the supply of goods, works, services, their consolidation, procurement procedures, the definition of a supplier, the publication of information on contracts concluded and the results of their execution on the e-GP portal.
Realization of the e-GP in real-time to ensure transparency and efficiency government spending.
The main advantages of e-GP are:
Price Proposals is the simplest method of e-GP, in which the decisive criterion for choosing a winner is the lowest price for a product, work or service offered by a potential supplier.
Tender is a method of e-GP in which, in addition to the price of goods or work or services, other criteria are taken into account during the course of defining the winner.
Electronic Auction is a method of e-GP in which goods or work or service are purchased by Customer from a Potential Supplier who had offered the lowest price for them in the course of the online Auction.
e-GP through One-Source Method for Failed Procurements is the method of choosing supplier (contractor, performer), which stipulates that after confirming the primary purchase as failed Customer concludes a procurement contract with only one potential Supplier in the manner prescribed by law .
E-GP from a Single Source by Direct Contract conclusion is the way of choosing a supplier (contractor, performer), in which the customer proposes to conclude a contract for the purchase to only one potential supplier and only if the reason for the procurements is included in the list of reasons for implementing e-GP from a Single Source through Direct Contracting.
Statistics of Google analytics for the period from May 1, 2009 to present:
The largest number of visits to the e-GP web portal - 172 202 was recorded in February 17, 2016.
"Pilot" operation of the electronic contest module and the industrial operation of the electronic procurement module in the manner of requesting price proposals;
Amendments to the Law "On Government Procurement" in terms of improving the electronic competition and shortening the terms of competitive procedures.
Amendments to the Law "On Government Procurement" in terms of improving the electronic competition and shortening the terms of competitive procedures. Development of electronic auction (organized electronic auction).
Development of the electronic competitions module.
Introduction of the concepts "electronic public procurement" and "web portal of public procurement";