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About e-Government Procurement (e-GP) System
National e-Government Procurement (e-GP) portal ( i.e. ) of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh is developed, owned and being operated by the Central Procurement Technical Unit (CPTU), IME Division of Ministry of Planning. The e-GP system provides an on-line platform to carry out the procurement activities by the Public Agencies - Procuring Agencies (PAs) and Procuring Entities (PEs).
The e-GP system is a single web portal from where and through which PAs and PEs will be able to perform their procurement related activities using a dedicated secured web based dashboard. The e-GP system is hosted in e-GP Data Center at CPTU, and the e-GP web portal is accessible by the PAs and PEs through internet for their use.
The e-Government Procurement solution introduced under the Public Procurement Reform (PPR) Process is being supported by the World Bank and being used by all the government organizations which will help in ensuring equal access to the Bidders/Tenderers, efficiency, transparency and accountability in the public procurement process in the country.

Important Messages and Support Details

  • The Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh has approved the e-GP guidelines in pursuant to Section 65 of the Public Procurement Act, 2006. As per approved guidelines, e-GP system is being introduced in two phases.
  • In the first phase, e-Tendering will primarily be introduced on pilot basis, in the CPTU and 16 (sixteen) Procuring Entities (PEs) under 4 (four) sectoral agencies, namely: Bangladesh Water Development Board (BWDB), Local Government Engineering Department (LGED), Roads and Highways Department (RHD) and Rural Electrification Board (REB). The system will gradually be rolled out to 291 PEs of those 4 sectoral agencies up to district level and ultimately it will be expanded to all the PEs of the government.
  • In the second phase, e-Contract Management System (e-CMS) will be introduced covering complete Contract Management processes such as work plan submission, defining milestone, tracking and monitoring progress, generating reports, performing quality checks, generation of running bills, vendor rating and generation of completion certificate.
  • For further details, please contact help desk.
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