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This will help users instantly receive up-to-date information and track all procurement activities.
IN Unified automated trading information system (EAIST) of Moscow, sending messages through the browser using push notifications and in the Telegram messenger has been launched. This will help users instantly receive up-to-date information and track all procurement activities.
“Today EAIST contains more than 250 types of notifications about events in the system, of which there are more than 797 thousand in 2020 alone. All active users (and there are more than 12.5 thousand of them) are promptly informed at all stages of the procurement cycle about the results of procurement approvals, conclusion of contracts and additional agreements, passing financial control, receiving payment documents and acceptance documents, as well as errors and violations found ”, – noted the Minister of the Government of Moscow, head
The service is available to customers registered in the system. Users can choose the type of notification themselves. To receive mailings in Telegram, you need to install this messenger on your smartphone.
“It is important for us that all participants in urban procurement are clear and convenient to work in the system, and therefore an instant notification service was created. For feedback we have chat in Telegram, Where everyone can get advice on procurement activities in general and the work of the EAIST. Since 2019, it has been approached 84 thousand times by 2,950 users, ”said Nikolai Barkov, head of the Project Office of the Main Control Board.
The Unified Automated Bidding Information System was launched in 2005 to automate city procurement. Every year, using EAIST, Moscow customers conclude more than 520 thousand contracts and agreements worth more than 2.3 trillion rubles. EAIST is integrated with federal and city information systems; it serves as the basis for Moscow’s procurement ecosystem, which unites more than 230 thousand customers and suppliers.
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