ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT (EGP) TO COUNTERACT CORRUPTION As part of the reforms to make the public procurement system more efficient and accountable, The Public procurement and Disposal of public Assets Authority (PPDA) is in final preparations to have public procurement go online through the roll out of the Electronic Government Procurement (eGP).EGP will comprise of all the modules/ stages in procurement and its Key benefits are: Efficiency, Transparency, and Accountability. This was revealed by the PPDA Ag.Executive Director Mr. Benson Turamye during regular engagements with stakeholders in Kampala recently. The roll out will be piloted in the selected Procuring and Disposing Entities (PDEs) .The system will be piloted in ten PDEs.these include;.

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