RTA briefs delegation of Emirates Transport on contracts, procurement processes
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, March 09 - 2013 at 12:22
- PRESS RELEASE
The Contracts & Procurement Department, Corporate Technical Support Services Sector, Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), has recently briefed a delegation from the Emirates Transport on the best practices adopted in contracts & procurement processes, and the advanced process adopted in handling tenders with the ultimate objective of exchanging expertise, upgrading business, and improving the quality of service offering.
During the meeting a visual presentation was made highlighting core contracting processes, standard contracting templates of the RTA, and the roles & responsibilities of the Purchasing Committee along with the applicable work procedures starting from releasing tender invitations up to the awarding of contracts and final project completion. The presentation also covered the approved classification of contract types, be it engineering or specialist, and suppliers qualification & assessment e-system; which has resulted in huge achievements in terms delivering tasks instantly and at any time, in addition to screening the usage and implementation mechanism of the government procurement system adopted by the RTA.
Another visual presentation was also made by RTA Assets Dep't spotlighting key programs and systems adopted, along with a brief account about the Strategic Plan of the Dep't and initiatives which contribute to upgrading the systems and bringing about many positives in terms of improvements across the board.
Likewise, the Partnership Division, Development and Corporate Performance Dep't in the RTA reviewed a myriad of partnership agreements made by the RTA with various external bodies.
The visiting delegation of Emirates Transport praised this interaction with the RTA as it has a significant contribution to sharing expertise in the field of contracts & procurement, and reviewing best-in-class systems in use; which are aligned with the highest international standards.
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