Germany to give 70 thousand EUR for Ukrainian state procurement system
This funds to help Ukraine to improve the electronic state procurement system
Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development will give Ukraine 70 thousand EUR for the development of electronic state procurement. It was stated by Ukrainian Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade Maksym Nefedov.
“Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development has allocated 70 thousand EUR for the development of “ProZorro” electronic state procurement system. This assistance consists of a financial grant of 60 thousand EUR, and equipment worth of 10 thousand EUR. The grant is aimed at the development of the pilot version to the level of a full-fledged platform capable of supporting all the trading public customers in the country,” he wrote on his Facebook.
Earlier Nefedov said that the state procurement system ProZorro contains information about tenders about $47 mln.
Ministry of Economic Development expects that by the end of next year, all government procurement will be converted into electronic form.
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