KOICA presented the e-Procurement System to the public in Douala recently.
Stamping out corruption and enhancing transparency, improving the efficiency of public procurement, reinforcing national competition and upgrading the Ministry of Public Contract’s status through the digitalisation of administrative management, are some of the benefits the Cameroon government and public contract stakeholders will enjoy through the e-procurement system.
Using the e-procurement system in other words is a shift from paperwork to clicking on the computer for a contract to be awarded. The system consists in e-bidding, supplier performance management and statistic management systems, among others.
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