Posted on :Tuesday , 31st October 2023
The Government Procurement Services Agency (GPSA) has started the cycle pointed toward making all administration vehicles utilize packed flammable gas (CNG) to reduce oil based commodities expenses.
The GPSA Acting Head of Correspondence and Advertising, Mr Peter Mayila, expressed as of late in Morogoro that to execute the prog ram in this monetary year will begin with three pilot CNG filling stations in Dar es Salaam, Morogoro and Dodoma.
Mr Mayila said this venture is in the GPSA five-year improvement plan beginning from last July.
He said the worldwide pattern shows that oil costs are going on with a vertical pattern and consequently going to utilize CNG is the best elective arrangement and are working intimately with the Tanzania Petrol Improvement Company (TPDC) in understanding this task.
Speaking at an authority opening of the gathering, Appointee Super durable Secretary (Depository Administrations) in the Service of Money Ms Jenifa Omolo highlighted the requirement for heads of correspondence of the foundations under her service's agenda to deliver data and make the public mindful of the things that the public authority has been doing.
"You have the essential commitment to advise general society regarding how the public authority is serving its kin," she said.