Speakers at a workshop observed that the e-GP tendering system is one of the most significant parts of turning the country digital. The two day workshop on “Public Procurement and e-GP Tender Procedure” was organized by DCCI Business Institute (DBI).
The workshop began on February 07 while ended on February 08 through a concluding session at the DCCI head office, matijheel in the capital. Thirty (30) Business Professionals nominated by different prominent organizations were participated in the Workshop. Mohammad Mizanur Rahman, Assistant Registrar, Procurement, Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology (CUET) conducted the workshop as Resource Person.
According to the participant’s feedback this workshop has broadened their mental horizon and made them conversant with very important issues of Public Procurement and e-GP Tender Procedure. Closing and Certificate Awarding Ceremony of the said program was held on 08 February, 2020 at DBI premises. Mohammad Bashiruddin, Vice President, Dhaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DCCI) graced the program as Chief Guest.
He stated that e-GP tendering system is the most import part of digital Bangladesh. It is carrying out the procurement activities by the Public Agencies, Procuring Agencies (PAs) and Procuring Entities (PEs). Every person who wants to participate in Govt. tendering, they have to know about public procurement and e-GP system.
He expects that this workshop is to provide you a comprehensive understanding of the public procurement process and approval procedure in line with Public Procurement Rules 2008 and Public Procurement Act 2006.
He also advised the participants to apply their knowledge at respective business organizations which they have gathered from this workshop. Md. Joynal Abdin, Secretary, DCCI & Executive Director of DCCI Business Institute (DBI) offered the vote of thanks on this occasion. He advised the participants to practice and share their knowledge among the fellow colleagues.
He was thankful to the respective authorities for nominating officials at the training program organized by DBI. All participants, Tamanna Sultana, Joint Secretary (Training) and the Course Coordinator Abul Bashar, Assistant Secretary (DBI) were also present in the occasion.