Government e-Marketplace (GeM) for online procurement of common use Goods and Services required by various Government Departments/ Organizations/ PSUs to enhance transparency, efficiency and speed in public procurement.

  • Exemption of Earnest Money Procurement through GeM

    In order to get more participants and obtain better competition in procurement through GeM, it is decided to include following categories of sellers/ service providers, in addition to our existing provisions, for exemption of EMD deposit in GeM.

  • IFMS-GeM Integration for Procurement through GeM Portal

    Introduction of IFMS-GeM integration for smooth and hassle free procurement of Goods & Services through GeM Portal by all State Government Offices and Public Sector Undertakings, Statutory Bodies, Local Bodies, etc.

  • Revised Manner of Procurement through GeM

    Up to Rs. 25,000/- through any of the available suppliers on the GeM, meeting the requisite quality, specification and delivery period provided the procuring authority is satisfied about the reasonability of the rate.

  • Procurement of Certain Articles only through GeM

    To ensure that the State Government gets advantage of the comparatively lower cost of such articles on GeM like vehicles, computers & peripherals, printers, scanners, photocopier machines, etc.

  • Revised Provisions for Procurement through GeM

    For purchase of Branded Articles and Proprietary Items through GeM, concurrence of Finance Department shall mandatorily be obtained as per FD’s Memo. No. 1956-F dated 04.04.2014 before placing the order on GeM.

  • Assignment of Role of Primary User/ Secondary User in GeM

    Guidelines for creation of Organisational Hierarchy and Selection of Primary/ Secondary Users in Government e-Marketplace (GeM).

  • Procurement of Goods and Services through GeM

    Governor is pleased to accord in-principle approval to procure goods and services onboard GeM for voluntary purchase by Administrative Departments/ Government Offices/ PSUs/ Local Bodies etc.