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Government e-Marketplace (GEM) has two types of licenses: Buyer and Seller.
Buyers need a license to buy things, and sellers need a license to sell things on Government e-Marketplace (GEM). Both licenses are important and required.
To get a license, you need to be from India and follow the rules. GEM helps make buying and selling easy and transparent, and India Advocacy helps with it. It’s like a permission slip to use Government e-Marketplace (GEM), and it makes sure everyone follows the rules! Overall, Government e-Marketplace (GEM) and India Advocacy work together to help people buy and sell things for the government in a fair and transparent way.
So, Government e-Marketplace (GEM) has two licenses – one for buyers and one for sellers. You need a license to use the Government e-Marketplace (GEM), and India Advocacy helps make sure everyone follows the rules!
To use the Government e-Marketplace (GEM) as a buyer and seller you need these important documents:
PAN card: It’s mandatory for registration.
Aadhaar card: It’s for identity verification.
Government ID: If you work for the government, you need a government ID like voter ID, driving license, or passport.
Authorization letter: If you represent a government department or organization, you need a letter from the authority.
PAN card: You need it to register as a seller on GEM.
GST registration certificate: You need it to sell products or services on GEM.
Bank details: You need to provide your bank details for transactions.
Authorization letter: If you’re representing a company, you need a letter from the authority.
Product certification: You may need to provide certification for certain products or services. GEM wants to make sure everything is fair and legit for buyers and sellers. Overall, GEM makes buying and selling easier and safer!
Government e-Marketplace (GEM) is an online platform by the Indian government that helps them buy things they need, like office supplies, electronics, and services, easily and quickly. It makes the buying process transparent, efficient, and cost-effective. Government e-Marketplace (GEM) also offers extra services like analytics and training to help buyers and sellers. It’s been important in making government buying more transparent and efficient, and it’s part of the government’s plan to go digital. India Advocacy provides Government e-Marketplace (GEM) service.
Follow the general instructions listed below while furnishing the digital signature application form:
• The signature of the applicant should be in blue ink only
• The signature of the applicant should be as it is in the Identity Proof
• A photo of the applicant in the application form should be signed by the applicant
• All supporting documents should be attested by either Gazetted Officer / Bank Manager / Post Master
• For proof of attesting officer, either one of the below is mandatory –
• Contact Details of Attesting Officer including the name, designation, office address, and contact number. This should be part of the attestation. If provided separately, it should be attested either by the Applicant or Attesting Officer
• Self-Attested copy of the Organizational Identity card of the Attesting Officer
• Organizational Documents can also be attested by Authorized Signatory. However, if the taxpayer fails to get the Organizational Documents attested by the authorized signatory, an attested copy of the organizational ID card of the authorized signatory is mandatory.
How Digital Signature work
Like handwritten signatures, digital signatures are unique to each signer. The providers of digital signing solutions, such as DocuSign, follow a specific protocol called Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). PKI requires the provider to use a mathematical algorithm to generate two long numbers called keys. One key is public, and one key is private.
When someone electronically signs a document, the signature is created using the signer’s private key, which is always securely kept by the signer. The mathematical algorithm acts as a cypher, creating data matching the signed document, called a hash, and encrypting that data. The resulting encrypted data is the digital signature. The signature is also marked with the time that the document was signed. If the document changes after signing, the digital signature is invalidated.
For instance, suppose that Jane signs a timeshare sale agreement with her private key. The buyer receives the document. A copy of Jane's public key is also sent to the document's purchaser. If the signature is not Jane's or the document has changed since it was signed, the public key will be unable to decrypt it using the cypher that produced the keys. The signature is then invalid. To ensure the integrity of the signature, PKI mandates that keys be generated, carried out, and stored securely. As a result, a reliable Certificate Authority (CA) is typically required. Companies that provide digital signatures, like DocuSign, address the PKI criteria for secure digital signatures.
Government e-Marketplace (GEM) offers several benefits to buyers and sellers, as well as the government, including:
Transparency GEM promotes transparent procurement processes with a single platform and visibility of all transactions.
Cost savings GEM enables competitive pricing from registered sellers, leading to cost savings for the government.
Time savings GEM reduces paperwork and automates processes, resulting in significant time savings for buyers and sellers.
Increased efficiency GEM automates bid evaluation and vendor registration, increasing procurement process efficiency.
Easy access GEM provides easy access to a wide range of products and services from registered sellers.
Digitalization GEM supports government’s digitalization efforts in public procurement.
Empowering MSMEs GEM provides a platform for MSMEs to sell to the government, promoting their growth.
GEM has guidelines and rules that buyers and sellers must follow as Non-compliance can result in penalties such as suspension, financial penalties, contract termination, or blacklisting
Penalties are in place to ensure fairness and transparency on the platform
Buyers and sellers should fully understand and comply with GEM guidelines to avoid penalties
India Advocacy provides GEM services. Overall, GEM aims to maintain a fair and transparent marketplace for all participants. So, buyers and sellers should familiarize themselves with the guidelines and seek assistance if needed to avoid penalties. India Advocacy provides services related to GEM for businesses to navigate the platform successfully.
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