Georgia saved approximately GEL 100 million via consolidated tenders in 2019.
As the State Procurement Agency reports, as part of the 2019 consolidated tenders, contracts of 403 million GEL value were concluded.
In 2019, the estimated total initial purchase value was 419 million GEL.
After the bidding, 16 million GEL was saved, and the final amount hit 403 million GEL.
The resulting savings exceeded 100 million GEL relative to retail and wholesale prices for relevant procurement items.
The most considerable savings occurred during a consolidated tender for the purchase of fuel - 31.9 million GEL.
The tender for the purchase of computer equipment helped the government save 3.3 million GEL, and the bid for printers and cartridges - 11.5 million GEL.
Savings when purchasing airtime on television hit 19.9 million GEL.
The government saved approximately 17.5 million GEL when purchasing cars.
The most considerable public procurements belong to the following organizations/departments:
- Roads Department of Georgia - 212 tenders - 522 740 659 GEL.
- Municipal Development Fund - 154 tenders - 358 533 413 GEL.
- Tbilisi City Hall - 332 tenders - 279 365 577 GEL.
- Tbilisi Transport Company - 262 tenders - 147 727 541 GEL.
- Agency for the Development of Educational and Scientific Infrastructure - 68 tenders - 134 609 531 GEL.
The savings, as a result, reached:
- Roads Department of Georgia - 72 984 013 GEL.
- Tbilisi City Hall - 28 310 751 GEL.
- Municipal Development Fund - 27 083 483 GEL.
- Tbilisi Transport Company - 15 090 197 GEL.
- Agency for the Development of Educational and Scientific Infrastructure - 13 843 237 GEL.