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AP: Tendering process reform

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HYDERABAD: The State Government has convened a meeting of various departments to thrash out reforms in tendering process aimed at bringing down costs and cutting down implementation time.

The State has initiated reforms in the tendering process and appointed a committee to suggest changes in the existing system. This was initiated as the works taken up under various Government departments were subjected to undue delays in delivery of benefits to the public and also loss to the State Exchequer, according to the State Minister for Roads and Buildings, Mr T. Nageshwara Rao.

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