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The Procurement Policy Unit in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning developed this information management system (the portal or website) in order to provide interested stakeholders with timely access to public procurement information. This website supports an effective and transparent procurement opportunities by encouraging suppliers and contracting entities to adopt best practices and use information technology to provide all the information needed to deliver transparency and value for money in public procurement. For suppliers the site gives background information about public procurement and links to other sites with appropriate information about procurement opportunities in South Sudan and beyond. For procurement professionals and public officers,   the website presents information on regulations and procedures, host discussion forum on how to improve procurement skills and to provide links to different sources on best practices. It is also linked to the existing MoFEP website.

The portal has the following key components;

  • A website

    This is the first point of access for the dynamic Register of Providers (ROP) and the Procurement Tracking System (PTS). It is repository of information on procurement regulations and guidelines, updates, discussion forums, standard forms, catalogue of debarred providers, documents, standards, important links and so forth.

  • A Register of Providers (ROP)

    The ROP enables the Directorate of Procurement to regulate, certify and debar Service Providers. Certified providers are those that have met all registration criteria. Besides the registration and profiling of Providers of Works, Goods and Services for the Government of South Sudan, the ROP offers certified providers authenticated and verifiable certificates and messages of opportunities from the PTS.

  • An automated Procurement Tracking System (PTS)

    The PTS helps the Directorate of Public Procurement in its monitoring and compliance role via on-demand and automatically generated reports to measure procurement performance. It also enables participating agencies to easily generate various procurement related reports.

 
 
This service is provided in accordance with the provisions of Articles 55(3)(b), 110(n), and 85(1) of the Transitional Constitution of the Republic of South Sudan, 2011. It is operated under the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning in the Directorate of Public Procurement. It is headed by the Director of Procurement assisted by the Minister of Finance. More details are available on this service’s About Page.
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