Posted May 19, 2021 by Neail1

Generally, it is a mandatory requirement in DGS&D tender inquiries, for the conclusion of Rate Contract, that the bidders should be previously registered with the DGS&D for a specific item on the date of tender opening.

DGS&D registration and enlistment- Generally, it is a mandatory requirement in DGS&D tender inquiries, for the conclusion of Rate Contract, that the bidders should be previously registered with the DGS&D for a specific item on the date of tender opening.
We provide consultancy for getting registration/enlistment with the DGS&D under specific categories. We as a team have a wide degree of knowledge in this field.
• DGS&D (Directorate General of Supplies & Disposals) is a CENTRAL PURCHASE & QUALITY ASSURANCE ORGANISATION of Govt. of India, Department of Supply, Ministry of Commerce;
• In the year 1860, the British Govt. evolved a concept of CENTRAL BUYING & set up INDIA STORES DEPARTMENT in LONDON for meeting the procurement needs of Govt. of India;
• Established in 1951 in its present form for rendering procurement services to Central & State Govt. by placing Rate Contracts for common user items & contracts against their ad-hoc demands;
• Ad-hoc procurement decentralized in December 1991. The main function now is to conclude RATE CONTRACTS;
• Quality assurance functions continue to remain centralized as before;
• Continues to be the NODAL Agency of Govt. of India for purchase policy & procedure;
• Departments/Organisations, who have not built-up their own infrastructure for purchase, can raise their demands on DGS&D for ad-hoc procurement;
• Services continue to be available to PUBLIC SECTOR UNDERTAKINGS & AUTONOMOUS BODIES;
• It has two specialized wings: Supply & Quality Assurance Wing, manned by two Group-A cadres; Indian Supply Service (“ISS”) and Indian Inspection Service (“IIS”) recruitment for which is made through Engineering Service Examination conducted by UPSC, Govt. of India;
• DGPP is a nodal organization for hosting upcoming Government e-Market (GeM) for facilitating on-line purchases of common user goods and services by government buyers and to bring more transparency, efficiency, and speed in public procurement;
• The inspection of stores by Quality Assurance (“QA”) Wing is optional, left to the discretion of the User Departments. In case the User Department avails services of the QA Wing, the Inspection services shall be rendered on a chargeable basis. QA Wing also undertakes inspection of stores outside the rate contract on chargeable basis, under exceptional circumstances, with the approval of DG(PP);
• The payment to suppliers has been decentralized and is to be made directly by the User Organizations;
• It’s Registration is held in high esteem by all Govt. Department/Agencies;
• Award of rate contract lends respectability & image enhancement;
• Marketing effort required is nominal;
• Consistent & uniform purchase policies & procedures;
• Availability of technical guidance for upgrading manufacturing processes & for building product quality;
• Uniform Quality Assurance techniques lead to standardization;
• Registered suppliers are given prior intimation about tenders

• Registration with DGS&D is a process by which firms can get enlisted as an approved supplier to qualify for participation in DGS&D procurement programme;
• DGS&D registers the suppliers for specified items after verification of their technical capability, financial status and reliability as a supplier;
• This registration is widely taken as a benchmark by other procurement agencies in India both in the States and Central sectors;
• More than 20 Registration centres across the country deal with applications for registration on single window disposal Basis
• Rate contracts for Govt. purchases concluded with registered firms;
• Registered firms granted exemption from earnest money/security deposit;
• Tender enquiries are supplied free of cost to small-scale units;
• Issue of advanced tender notices to concerned registered firms;

• Indian Manufacturers/Assemblers/Converters of Indigenous stores;
• Authorized Agents/Distributors of registered Indian Manufacturers of indigenous stores;
• Stockists of certain specified indigenous stores;
• Foreign Manufacturers with or without accredited Indian Agents;
• Stockists of imported stores;
• Suppliers of imported stores;
• Registry of firms with DGS&D for Software Items;
• Compulsory Enlistment with DGS&D
Recovery of money
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Last Updated May 19, 2021