The Strategic Purchasing Plan of Panamá
Public procurements account for 17% of the GDP. In January 2009, there were $43 million in purchases made through Panacompras.
Monday, March 23, 2009
With the view that for the strengthening of public administration it is essential to ensure a public procurement system that is "effective, strategic and reliable," the government of Panama issued a strategic plan for a structural reform and modernization of that system.
A section of prequalified vendors and an electronic market for offers are two of the innovations that are planned to be incorporated into the government procurement system this year.
In the first seven months of the Morales administration government purchases executed 'by exception' decreased by 97% compared to the same period in 2015.
Costa Rica's new state procurement website is scheduled for February 2010.
The country will adopt the South Korean online purchase system which allows all the paperwork to be completed electronically.
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