A significant proportion of TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) expenditure is expended through the purchase of goods, services and works. Therefore, our procurement is guided by international best practice with the principal objectives of achieving value for money and ensuring transparent, fair and open competition.
By doing this successfully, we will achieve TradeMark East Africa (TMEA)’s developmental objectives and stimulate economic development across East Africa. TradeMark East Africa (TMEA)’s funds are untied, which means that we will work with suppliers across the globe, whose bids for each tender are the most competitive.
PRQ20170319: EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR DESIGNING, DEVELOPMENT, INSTALLATION, TESTING AND COMMISSIONING OF AN INTEGRATED STANDARDIZATION, QUALITY ASSURANCE, METROLOGY AND TESTING (iSQMT) SYSTEM FOR TANZANIA BUREAU OF STANDARDS (TBS)
Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) was established under the Ministry of Industry and Trade by an Act of Parliament, the Standards Act No.3 of 1975 as the National Standards Institute and became operational in April 1976
PRQ20170279: EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND COMMISSIONING OF A SEED CERTIFICATION AND PLANT VARIETY PROTECTION SYSTEM (SC-PVP)
TMEA wishes to identify and shortlist reputable firms/consortia with the required technology expertise to develop a Seed Certification and Plant Variety Protection system as stipulated in the tender document.