Govt starts e-marketplace for procurement of goods and services

To bring in more transparency and simplify the process of procuring goods and services by various central government ministries and departments, the Commerce Ministry has launched an e-marketplace. Through the portal, departments can place orders for regularly purchasable items, leading to lower prices, better choices, and faster procurement.
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To bring in more transparency and simplify the process of procuring goods and services by various central government ministries and departments, the Commerce Ministry has launched an e-marketplace. Through the portal, departments can place orders for regularly purchasable items, leading to lower prices, better choices, and faster procurement.

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