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Post by riddler on Tue Nov 02, 2010 2:50 pm

Hello, I really find it difficult to understand how to fill-up the Bid Forms particularly for Goods Offered from within the Philippines or from abroad.

For a start, what figure shall the bidder fill-up for columns 8 & 9 for procurement of goods from within the Philippines? How does this form relate to Clause 15.3 and 15.4 of the ITB?

What is the meaning of the acronym IFB at the footnote of the attached Bid Prices form?

In Clause 15.2 of the ITB, does the PE need to make a separate Bill of Quantities Form and Price Schedule Form? If yes, what is the use then of the Good Offered from within the Philippines/Abroad forms? Very Happy

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Post by sunriser431 on Tue Nov 02, 2010 8:19 pm

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What is the meaning of the acronym IFB at the footnote of the attached Bid Prices form?

TYVM.
excerpt from the PBDs for Goods ( 2nd edition May 2005)
xxxx. If the Funding Source is the ADB, JBIC or WB, use “Invitation for Bids.” number xxxx Page of xxxx
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Post by riddler on Wed Nov 03, 2010 11:17 am

sunriser431 wrote:
riddler wrote:
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What is the meaning of the acronym IFB at the footnote of the attached Bid Prices form?

TYVM.
excerpt from the PBDs for Goods ( 2nd edition May 2005)
xxxx. If the Funding Source is the ADB, JBIC or WB, use “Invitation for Bids.” number xxxx Page of xxxx
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thanks sunriser, i hope you can share your ideas to my other queries above. Very Happy
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Post by engrjhez® on Wed Nov 03, 2010 1:33 pm

riddler wrote:Hello, I really find it difficult to understand how to fill-up the Bid Forms particularly for Goods Offered from within the Philippines or from abroad.

For a start, what figure shall the bidder fill-up for columns 8 & 9 for procurement of goods from within the Philippines? How does this form relate to Clause 15.3 and 15.4 of the ITB?

What is the meaning of the acronym IFB at the footnote of the attached Bid Prices form?

In Clause 15.2 of the ITB, does the PE need to make a separate Bill of Quantities Form and Price Schedule Form? If yes, what is the use then of the Good Offered from within the Philippines/Abroad forms? Very Happy

TYVM.

The entire Clause 15 of the ITB is referring to the Prescribed Forms for Goods offered (whether from within the Ph or abroad). In preparing the bidding documents, this form shall be filled up on column 1, 2 and 4 by the Procuring Entity. This same form is what the bidders will 'fill in' as stated in Clause 15.2. IFB stands for Invitation For Bid. In our case, we interchangeably use IB and IFB.

To help you fill up that form, let me share how we do it:
  1. Column 1, 2 and 4 shall be provided by PE. In some cases, the supplier may append additional info on Column 2 to clarify the equivalence of standards describing the product;
  2. Column 3 is self explanatory;
  3. Column 5 is the price of the item within the warehouse or shelf. Simply said, it is the raw material cost;
  4. Column 6 is the price of labor and other accessory materials to come up to the end product (if the seller is a manufacturer). If the item described in column 2 is already the end product, you don't need to fill up this column (this applies to trading);
  5. Column 7 is simply the total price per item (product of Column 4 and 5);
  6. Column 8 refers to the cost, generally as a sum of Column 5 and 6 plus other costs such as (but not limited to) storage, handling, freight, delivery, and incidental costs;
  7. Column 9 is where the supplier applies the applicable taxes, duties, and other tariffs applicable for the product once contract is awarded;
  8. Column 10 is where you add Column 8 and 9 and then you multiply to the quantity (per item)

I hope this helps. Smile
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