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Assocham Events   

7th Public Procurement Summit
-Enhancing Transparency, Efficiency and Accountability-

06 December, 2012 Hotel Le-Meridien, New Delhi

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Government procurement has become a specialized function in the era of globalization. The changing business environment calls for efficient, responsive and transparent purchase procedures. Today the world class organizations talk about the dedicated suppliers and emphasize on need of an Efficient, Transparent and Effective Supply Chain Management.
Public buying procedures and policy instructions are based on the General Financial Rules (GFR) of the Dept. of expenditure, Ministry of Finance, Government of India. These are a compendium of general provisions to be followed by all offices of Government of India while dealing with matters of the financial nature. The Proposed PUBLIC PROCUREMENT Bill is aimed at providing the procurement rules and framework encompassing the guidelines covered by General Financial Rules, 2005, Defence Procurement Procedure and Manual, CVC Guidelines and all necessary existing procurement rules/guidelines under its spectrum for ensuing Transparent, Efficient and Accountable Procurement.
Thus, with a view to clarify many important issues and to discuss modifications that will enhance efficiency and transparency in Government Purchasing, ASSOCHAM is organizing 7th Public Procurement Summit at 09:30 a.m. on 6th December 2012 at , Hotel Le-Meridien, New Delhi.
The primary objective of the conference is to bring together various professionals involved in public procurement from different Government Departments, PSUs, State Govts, Private organizations to share the best practices and to discuss the critical issues of today and the future. The aim of this forum is to provide a common platform for all stakeholders to have a wider discussion on various aspects relating to public procurement.

In view of the importance of the subject, we would request you to kindly attend the Summit and also nominate your senior colleagues to participate in the same. We would also request your organization to be the PARTNER / SPONSOR for the Summit .

Registration Fees: 

  • Rs. 4,000/- per delegate (10% discount for 3 and more delegates from same company)
  • For more details please contact: 

    Mr. D.S. Rajora (9818483881),
    Mr. Anil Singh (9818923589)
    Mr. Vikas Tripathi (9910414415),
    Mr. Tarun Sharma (9873028430)

    Corporate Office
    The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India
    ASSOCHAM Corporate Office, 5, Sardar Patel Marg
    Chanakyapuri, New Delhi – 110021
    Phone: 46550555 (Hunting Line)
    Fax: 01123017008/9