O.R. of Mayor's Permit application

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Post by engrjhez® on Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:48 am

This was posted at the GPPB Shoutbox:
armando p. dungca wrote:
can we accept the official receipt (OR) of payment for the mayor's business license in absence of the required mayor's permit, this is ussually happened during the early part of the year (January to February).
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Post by RDV @ GP3i on Sat Oct 16, 2010 11:34 am

engrjhez® wrote:This was posted at the GPPB Shoutbox:
armando p. dungca wrote:
can we accept the official receipt (OR) of payment for the mayor's business license in absence of the required mayor's permit, this is ussually happened during the early part of the year (January to February).
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Using the non-discretionary pass-fail criteria, an OR, evidencing payment for application of Mayor's Permit, cannot be accepted in lieu of a valid and current Mayor's Permit which is the required document.
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Post by engrjhez® on Sat Oct 16, 2010 12:09 pm

RDV @ GP3i wrote:
Using the non-discretionary pass-fail criteria, an OR, evidencing payment for application of Mayor's Permit, cannot be accepted in lieu of a valid and current Mayor's Permit which is the required document.

Agree.

However, this 'loophole' can be exploited by those who has access to 'quick issuance' of permits, and this may silently cause undue advantage. This may also hold true also in the case of PCAB license (for Infra projects). To avoid such complications, I would suggest Procuring Entities refrain from scheduling Public Biddings on January. Instead, they may conduct opening of bids on December of previous year (or wait for February). But if the PE does not see any problem on this case, it should not be taken seriously naman. Smile
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Post by sunriser431 on Sun Oct 17, 2010 10:24 pm

armando p. dungca wrote:
can we accept the official receipt (OR) of payment for the mayor's business license in absence of the required mayor's permit, this is ussually happened during the early part of the year (January to February).
Excerpt from NPM 074-2004 dated 5/24/2004 for guidance. bounce
Submission of Mayor’s Permit Mandatory; Eligibility Check Non-Discretionary. xxxx
In this regard, the submission of documents other than the mayor’s permit itself cannot be considered as sufficient compliance with the requirement, regardless of the fact that such documents tend to prove that a mayor’s permit has been applied for. Consideration of the documents submitted in lieu of the mayor’s permit will lead to an exercise of discretion among the BAC members – an action which the IRR-A of R.A. 9184 expressly prohibits during eligibility check. The subsequent receipt by Prime of its mayor’s permit on the same day it has submitted its bidding documents should not be considered as a reason for considering its submission as sufficient compliance with the eligibility requirements.
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Post by charlie brown on Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:14 pm

RDV @ GP3i wrote:
engrjhez® wrote:This was posted at the GPPB Shoutbox:
armando p. dungca wrote:
can we accept the official receipt (OR) of payment for the mayor's business license in absence of the required mayor's permit, this is ussually happened during the early part of the year (January to February).
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Using the non-discretionary pass-fail criteria, an OR, evidencing payment for application of Mayor's Permit, cannot be accepted in lieu of a valid and current Mayor's Permit which is the required document.

I agree with RDV a substitute for a required document is not acceptable. however, it is also noted that some LGUs are not that efficient in the issuance of business permits. thus you will find that if the bidding is conducted say 2nd week of January, most bidders would probably not have their new mayors permit ready. this matters should be discussed during the pre-bid conference and agreements on how this can be resolved (e.g. the submission of the old permit plus the copy of the OR for permit application) should be incorporated in a supplemental bid bulletin for the guidance of all concerned.
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