Pakistan is a country in South Asia and is officially called the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Pakistan's population is 242,923,845 with a GDP on a PPP basis of $1.58 trillion with 5800(Intl$) as the GNI in PPP terms.
Pakistan is a Federation consisting of four federating units; in addition to two other regions:
3. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
5. Azad Jammu and Kashmir
The procurement of big-ticket items invariably involves the public sector. The private sector in Pakistan is much smaller than the public sector. Any procurement by the government or a public sector entity in Pakistan is required to comply with the public procurement laws, regulations, and cases approved by the courts through case law. A developing country like Pakistan annually spends around 20% of gross domestic product (GDP), or $60 billion in our case, through this medium. This includes approximately 90% budget of public sector enterprises (PSEs).
Public procurement constitutes a significant proportion of the economic activity in Pakistan. From petty purchases to large infrastructure projects – the spectrum of activities covered by public procurement law is very broad.
Pakistan Tenders is the domain and a global leader in the business of a wide range of online Business-to-business (B2B) information services like Public procurement information, business information services; bid facilitation, and consultancy services for over a decade.
The information about Pakistan Tenders is collected from different sources like newspapers, Pakistan federal and Provisional Government Tenders websites, and the E-Tendering System.
Pakistan Procurement System
The Public Procurement Regulatory Authority( PPRA ) is an autonomous body that lays down regulations and procedures for public procurement by Federal Government owned public sector organizations. Its aim is to improve governance, management, transparency, accountability, and quality of public procurement of goods, works, and services.
The PPRA Ordinance serves as the primary law governing public procurement, while the PP Regulations function as subordinate legislation. Provincial PPRAs were subject to the federal government's 2004 PP Rules. Due to Pakistan's diverse provincial government systems, PPRAs (at both federal and provincial levels) possess the authority to modify regulations and develop procurement-related manuals and documents.
The Public Procurement Regulatory Structure of Pakistan includes
Federal Public Procurement Ordinance 2002 and Public Procurement Rules 2004
Sindh Public Procurement Act 2009 and Rules 2010
Punjab Public Procurement Act 2009 and Rules 2014
KP Public Procurement Act 2012 and Rules 2014
Balochistan Public Procurement Act 2009 and Rules 2014
The Use of Internet and computer Technologies(ICT) in public procurement in Pakistan has led to the creation of the procurement System (i.e. E-Pak Acquisition & Disposal System hereinafter referred to as E-PADS) and includes the complete procurement cycle starting from planning to the closure of the contracts. Initially, the system is being piloted in the following Ministries and attached departments.
Ministry of National Health Services & Coordination
Ministry of Federal Education & Professional Establishment Division
Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
Ministry of Energy (Petroleum Division)
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Defense
How it works
Pakistan Tenders crawls and fetches procurement information, tenders, RFP, RFQ, and Calls/ Bids from various portals, and newspapers, and users are delivered the relevant Pakistan tender information using its proprietary AI-based search and keyword repository.
Few among many through which the Pakistan tender notices are fetched
Pakistan Public sector agencies/organizations
Sindh Public Procurement Portal
Punjab Public Procurement Portal
KP Public Procurement Portal
Balochistan Public Procurement Portal
Pakistan Federal Government Tenders
Pakistan Provisional Government Tenders
Pakistan Tender sites
Pakistan E Tender Portals
Pakistan Tender Bulletins
Pakistan Government departments
Pakistan Public Sector companies
Pakistan Municipal Authorities
Gilgit Baltistan Tenders
Pakistan Tenders Bidding Support Services
Tender support services in Pakistan which include end-to-end bid facilitation and consultancy services to its clients are provided by Pakistan Tenders. Some of the services include but are not limited to the purchase and submission of tender documents, attending pre-bid meetings, preparation of winning bids, and attending bid openings on behalf of the bidder.
Pakistan Tenders comprehensive tender and bidding support service provides expert Pakistan tender documentation preparation and analysis and helps ensure an accurate tender procedure to prepare participate, and negotiate all project bids.
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