The survey was designed for the bidders of public contracts for the impact evaluation of the Electronic Government Procurement system (e-GP) established by the Central Procurement Technical Unit (CPTU).
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Survey of bidders of public contracts for the impact evaluation of the electronic government procurement system (e-GP)
ARCED Foundation provided capacity to
conduct surveys in a total of sixteen districts, two from each division. To
conduct the survey of the designated sample size of 600 bidders, ARCED formed four
survey teams consisting of seven surveyors and one supervisor.
The teams were
thoroughly trained on the questionnaire provided by the World Bank. Following
the training and orientation, ARCED prepared relevant field plans and data
quality control protocols and deployed the teams to collect data in the fields.
After processing and cleaning the data, field reports were also developed by
ARCED to send to The World Bank.
Review the project documents, prepare field
plan and quality control protocols, recruiting and training for the survey,
preparation field report, data processing and cleaning, and submit the final