Easing Public Procurement

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Public Procurement Relaxation

Government of India has amended Rule 170(i) of GFR 2017
on 25th July 2017 allowing all Startups as recognized
by DIPP exemption from submission of Earnest Money Deposit
or Bid Security in public procurement tenders.

Details available at: https://www.startupindia.gov.in/notification.php

Government of Odisha has relaxed norms of prior experience
and prior turnover in its Startup policy and
has also notified the relaxed norms to PSUs for compliance.

Details available at: http://www.msmeodisha.gov.in/PDF/Odisha%20Startup%20 Policy-2016.pdf

Government of India has amended Rule 170(i) of GFR 2017 on 25th July 2017
allowing all Startups as recognized by DIPP exemption
from submission of Earnest Money Deposit or Bid Security in public procurement tenders.

Details available at: https://www.startupindia.gov.in/notification.php

Government of Rajasthan allots contracts to Startups for tech-enabled solutions
for various citizen services, or addressing big issues like
healthcare, education, sanitation, transportation, transparency, efficiency in operations, etc.

Government of Madhya Pradesh provides credential development assistance up to
10% of eligible Startups in Government tenders.

Details available at: https://mpmsme.gov.in/mpmsmecms/Admin/fileman/Uploads/
Documents/MP_Incubation_Startup_Promotion_Scheme_2016.pdf

Government of Odisha provisions 20% of total procurement through Startups.

Details available at: http://www.msmeodisha.gov.in/PDF/Odisha%20Startup%20 Policy-2016.pdf

Grievance redressal mechanism in public procurement issues

Government of Haryana has advised State Government Departments/ PSUs
to give preference to Startups in procurement process for product/ services.

Details available at: https://www.startupindiahub.org.in/content/sih/en/startupscheme/ state-startup-policies/Haryana-state-policy.html

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