The National Procurement Office has announced the Afghanistan Electronic and Open Procurement System.
The National Procurement Authority today announced at a conference on “Supporting the Private Sector in Public Procurement” the introduction of Afghanistan Electronic and Open Procurement System for Afghanistan to representatives of international organizations, representatives of construction companies, members of civil society and the media.
The head of the National Procurement Authority, Elham Omar Hotaki, said today at GMIC that using the Electronic and Open Procurement System, companies will be registered and classified in different categories based on their experiences.
Hotaki added that professions in the Afghanistan Electronic and Open Procurement system are divided into 11 categories, and companies can apply for one or more of these categories according to their experiences.
The head of the National Procurement Office said that the companies were given three months to join the Afghanistan Electronic and Open Procurement System.
“The system was created to provide the necessary facilities for the growth of the private sector, to ensure transparency in the procurement processes, to evaluate the companies and to increase their specialized capacities, to accelerate the process of evaluation of bids and to verify the classification of companies,” he emphasized.