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Weekly Tender Digest 49 (November 25-December 2, 2016)

To introduce European SMEs to the wide range of tender opportunities in Japan, JTTP Helpdesk publishes a weekly digest of interesting tender notices published on the JETRO Website and a selection of other tender portals during the past week. 
 

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METI procurement procedures fully digitalized from January 1st

The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) has announced that its procurement procedures will become fully digitalized from January 1st.  Thus far, it had already conducted part of its tenders online, but starting the new year all tenders will be conducted online.  Online tender procedures will take on the common public procurement platform GEPS.

The move will also end the cumbersome practice of requiring bidders to bring documents in person. Furthermore, large documents which cannot be uploaded can be sent by mail.

Weekly Tender Digest 48 (November 21-25, 2016)

To introduce European SMEs to the wide range of tender opportunities in Japan, JTTP Helpdesk publishes a weekly digest of interesting tender notices published on the JETRO Website and a selection of other tender portals during the past week. 
 

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Weekly Tender Digest 47 (November 14-18, 2016)

To introduce European SMEs to the wide range of tender opportunities in Japan, JTTP Helpdesk publishes a weekly digest of interesting tender notices published on the JETRO Website and a selection of other tender portals during the past week. 
 

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Work-life balance part of tender assessment in MLIT controlled WTO procurement: A new NTB?

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transportation and Tourism (MLIT) has announced that it will include bidders’ efforts to employ women and offering of a good work-life balance as one of the items when assessing construction tenders conducted under WTO regulations, reports the Daily Engineering & Construction News (DECN).  The initiative will be experimentally introduced in large public works tenders and is likely to be expanded to all tenders in 2018.

Weekly Tender Digest 46 (November 7-11, 2016)

To introduce European SMEs to the wide range of tender opportunities in Japan, JTTP Helpdesk publishes a weekly digest of interesting tender notices published on the JETRO Website and a selection of other tender portals during the past week. 
 

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JR Kyushu removed from WTO government procurement framework after IPO

The Japanese government announced on November 7, that JR Kyushu procurement will no longer fall under the WTO Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA). JR Kyushu which operates on the most southern Island was fully privatized, when the Japanese government sold its stock-holdings in an IPO conducted last month, which raised ¥416 billion.

NIED Tender: Development of GNSS Data processing system

The National Reseach Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience (NIED) is inviting companies to tender for a contract regarding the development of a GNSS data processing system. The tender is open for all companies with classification A,B,C or D. The tender is conducted under local regulations. 

MLIT Failed Public Works Tenders Continue to Drop

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) published new statistics on the public works contracts the Ministry concluded in 2015.  Each year, MLIT compiles data regarding tenders for construction of public works and construction related consulting and design work conducted by organizations it directly supervises.

Investigation and inspection of the administration of Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA)

The Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) is inviting companies to tender on a contract regarding an investigation and inspection of their administration. The objective of the project is to let an external party look at current business practices, identify bottlenecks and issues, analyze their causes and propose solutions to improve current procedures.  During the inspection benchmarking with overseas practices is desired.

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