PRAZ Ravels In E-Governance System

Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (PRAZ) has noted a major transformation in the public procurement in the country with enhanced efficiency, transparency, accessibility and minimised corruption courtesy of the electronic Government Procurement (e-GP) system.

In a statement recently, PRAZ said the eGP system was a real game changer whose aim was to transform public procurement in the country.

“The Procurement Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe is pleased to announce that the electronic Government Procurement (eGP) system is now here. This game-changer is here to transform the public procurement system in Zimbabwe,” read the statement.

The authority said the system was accessible to people from the comfort of their office or home and from any device that can access internet, while to register as a supplier, people can visit

Cliff Gondo, PRAZ capacity building director said they were envisioning that all Government entities will be on board on the e-GP system by the end of first quarter of 2024.

“We are hoping that by the end of the first quarter of 2024 all state entities will be now on board with regards to the electronic Government Procurement system. The system which was launched by President Mnangagwa on 23 October 2023 will result in greater transparency in procurement processes,” he said.

“Transparency is one of the best tools for fighting corruption. We are happy to say that the system also brings a lot of conveniences to the biding community. We will now have a situation where our bidders do not have to travel across the country to submit biding documents; they will now be able to do that from the comfort of their homes.”

He said the system will have the capability to evaluate tenders electronically without human interference up to 70 percent, while the small tenders where they will be just comparing prices will be done 100 percent using the e-GP.

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