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NMMC makes e-tendering mandatory for transparency

DNMUM136905 | 6/9/2009 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :145 | Politics & Governance

Guidelines available on www.nmmctenders.com

Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) has made e-tendering mandatory to ensure transparency in the tendering process. With this, the contractors will now have to submit all the documents in the electronic format.
E-tendering has been commenced from June 1 where all the tenders are uploaded online.
"It would be necessary to first get registered with NMMC. Tenders more than Rs 25 lakh will be issued only through e-tendering," NMMC Executive Engineer GV Rao said. He further added that the contractor can visit website www.nmmctenders.com for downloading tender booklets and other information.
Rao said that all the information is available in PDF format on the website. To register the details online, one is required
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