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Tanzania : Country Procurement Assessment Report, Volume 2. Main Report and Annexes

ACCOUNTABILITY ANTI-CORRUPTION ANTI-CORRUPTION STRATEGY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CERTIFICATION CIVIL SERVICE COMPETITIVE BIDDING COMPLAINTS CORRUPTION LEGISLATION CORRUPTION PERCEPTION CORRUPTION PERCEPTION INDEX COUNCILS COURTS CRIME CUSTOMS DISCRETION ETHICS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FISCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITY GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES GOVERNMENT SUBSIDY GOVERNMENT TRUST HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INSTITUTIONAL REFORMS INTEGRITY INVESTIGATORS LEGAL DOCUMENTS LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGAL FRAMEWORKS LEGISLATION LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL AUTHORITY LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES MEDIA MEDICAL STORES MEMBER STATES MINISTRY OF FINANCE NATIONS PARASTATALS PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION PRIVATIZATION PROCUREMENT SYSTEMS PROFESSIONALS PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC CONTROL PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC FINANCE PUBLIC FUNDS PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PUBLIC PROCUREMENT ACT PUBLIC PROCUREMENT SYSTEM PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SPENDING PUBLIC WORKS RAILWAYS REGULATORY AUTHORITY REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REHABILITATION REVENUE COLLECTION SOCIAL SECTOR TAX ADMINISTRATION TENDERING TRADE LAW TRANSPARENCY UTILITIES WHISTLEBLOWING PROCUREMENT ASSESSMENT METHODS EVALUATION CRITERIA LEGAL & REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REGULATORY STRUCTURE LAW ENFORCEMENT PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY CORRUPT PRACTICES DECENTRALIZATION IN GOVERNMENT APPEAL MECHANISMS PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA BIDDING PROCESS AUDITING STANDARDS GRIEVANCE MECHANISMS CAPACITY BUILDING OPERATIONAL INTERVENTIONS REGULATORY BODIES MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
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Washington, DC
Africa | Tanzania
2013-07-01T22:16:09Z | 2013-07-01T22:16:09Z | 2003-04-30

This Country Procurement Assessment Report (CPAR)intends to determine the compatibility of national procurement law, and practices, with the principles of economy, and with international procurement practices. This CPAR, the second of its kind in Tanzania, looks at the legislative framework, the performance of regulatory functions, the enforcement regime, and the capacity of public sector institutions to conduct procurement, including the effects of corruption on procurement. Recommendations suggest to disseminate the new Local Government Authority Procurement regulations, and, establish the Public Procurement Appeals Authority with its necessary amendments of decentralizing procurement operations, while introducing mandatory time limits on various steps in the procurement process. Current procedures, and practices should further enforce rules on advertising, pre-qualification, submission and opening of bids, and the use of an evaluation criteria through regular audits, and effective sanctions. In addition, a credible complaints mechanisms should be in place, by strengthening the capacity of the Central Tender Board (CTB). In the short-term, operational, and regulatory functions should be separated from the CTB, decentralizing procurement to the ministerial level, establishing a Regulatory Authority (RA) to report directly to the Minister of Finance. In the medium-term, an information management system should link the RA with procuring entities, and, for the long-term, Government stores should be closed, introducing instead a system based on framework agreements.

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