Central public sector enterprises (CPSEs) throughout ministries have kicked off FY22 procurement of products from micro and small enterprises (MSEs) with a cumulative 27.65 per cent share (for April, Might, and the primary week of June) of their total buy. The annual procurement goal for presidency consumers from MSEs is 25 per cent of their complete buy. The targetted procurement included a 4 per cent goal from MSEs owned by SC/ST entrepreneurs and a 3 per cent goal from women-owned MSEs. In keeping with the info from the MSME Ministry’s public procurement coverage monitoring portal MSME Sambandh, 35 CPSEs have made procurement value Rs 2,884 crore as of June 6, 2021, of which Rs 797.65 crore (27.65 per cent) value procurement was created from 2,052 MSEs. The share of FY21 and FY20 procurement from MSEs was 31 per cent and 30 per cent respectively.
Ministries with the best procurement from MSEs, no matter their total annual goal, have been Ministry of Petroleum and Pure Gasoline (Rs 382 crore), Ministry of Energy (Rs 148 crore), Ministry of Mines (Rs 78 crore), Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises (Rs 77 crore), and Ministry of Metal (Rs 65 crore), and so on., the info confirmed. Procurement from SC/ST MSEs was value Rs 27.95 crore (0.97 per cent of focused 4 per cent) from 45 enterprises and Rs 65.56 crore (2.27 per cent of focused 3 per cent) from 113 women-owned MSEs, thus far. Actually, FY18 onwards information from the monitoring portal confirmed that procurement from SCT/ST and ladies MSEs have remained beneath their targets thus far.
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Importantly, FY21 procurement from MSEs had witnessed a marginal decline for the second consecutive yr to Rs 39,538 crore from Rs 39,632 crore in FY20 and Rs 40,399 crore in FY19, Monetary Categorical On-line had reported final month. Regardless of that, the procurement for the reason that previous three monetary years (FY19-21) has been over 25 per cent annual goal — 26 per cent for FY19, 30 per cent for FY20, and 32 per cent for FY21.
The federal government had final month introduced a devoted portal, efficient July 1, 2021, for sellers to file grievances for alleged violation of the Public Procurement (Desire to Make in India) Order, 2017. The portal by the Division for Promotion of Trade and Inside Commerce (DPIIT) will refer grievances of suppliers and bidders to involved procuring entities together with ministries and departments “on real-time foundation for examination, crucial corrective motion and feedback, if any,” DPIIT had mentioned in an workplace memorandum.