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Post by amang'65 on Wed Jul 20, 2011 12:40 pm

after twice failed bidding, definitely negotiation is resorted.. Question, is it possible that negotiation could still fail? if yes, what do we call it then, "failed negotiation"? OMG...
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Re: twice failed bidding...

Post by fe a. araya on Thu Jul 21, 2011 5:14 pm

What seems to be the problem on the possibility of another failed bidding or should I say "failed negotiation"? Perhaps, during 1st and 2nd failure, the "mandatory review and evaluation of the terms, conditions, and specifications in the Bidding Documents, including its cost estimates" was not done pursuant to Section 35.2 of the Revised IRR prior to resorting to negotiation.
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Post by engrjhez® on Thu Jul 21, 2011 6:25 pm

amang'65 wrote:after twice failed bidding, definitely negotiation is resorted.. Question, is it possible that negotiation could still fail? if yes, what do we call it then, "failed negotiation"? OMG...
NP is only just an option. You can still proceed with the 3rd Public Bidding proceedings. You can adjust (up) the ABC up to 20% after the second failure if it would be necessary and if there are funds available for it. Smile
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Re: twice failed bidding...

Post by amang'65 on Fri Jul 22, 2011 5:46 pm

the cause of failure was not on the ABC or the specs, but on the documents submitted by the bidders they were not complaint on the two biddings conducted so normally it has to fail, and therefore the bac has to resort to negotiation kasi twice failed na nga daw, but during the negotiation, eligibilty documents need to be evaluated on a pass/fail criteria same as what they did during the public bidding, and kaso same mistake nnam nangyari..
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Re: twice failed bidding...

Post by engrjhez® on Fri Jul 22, 2011 5:49 pm

amang'65 wrote:the cause of failure was not on the ABC or the specs, but on the documents submitted by the bidders they were not complaint on the two biddings conducted so normally it has to fail, and therefore the bac has to resort to negotiation kasi twice failed na nga daw, but during the negotiation, eligibilty documents need to be evaluated on a pass/fail criteria same as what they did during the public bidding, and kaso same mistake nnam nangyari..

What particular "mistake" was committed. Can you share it with us? Smile
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Re: twice failed bidding...

Post by joyie on Fri Oct 21, 2011 11:05 am

What if the case is this: In 1st and 2nd public bidding the project (infra) is per package which consist of two infra projects - Can we separate the two projects and conduct separate negotiated procurement for each or just stick to the original which is per package? Question

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Post by RDV @ GP3i on Fri Oct 21, 2011 12:21 pm

joyie wrote:What if the case is this: In 1st and 2nd public bidding the project (infra) is per package which consist of two infra projects - Can we separate the two projects and conduct separate negotiated procurement for each or just stick to the original which is per package? Question

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The BAC has to conduct a mandatory review first of the 1st and 2nd public bidding. Why they failed.

If the finding is that it was primarily because of the packaging (2 infra projects in 1 package), the BAC then can recommend to the HOPE that the 2 infra projects should instead be separated instead of being packaged as one. Likewise, the BAC may recommend to the HOPE either the conduct of another public bidding for the individual projects or recommend Negotiated Procurement due to 2 failed biddings in accordance with Sec. 53.1 of the IRR.
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Re: twice failed bidding...

Post by joyie on Fri Oct 21, 2011 4:45 pm

thanks po sir! Razz
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Re: twice failed bidding...

Post by joyie on Wed Oct 26, 2011 2:39 pm

Additional questions re: Twice failed bidding (Negotiated Procurement)...

1. Are bidding documents to be issued [at no cost] to at least three bonafide contractors if negotiated procurement is to be conducted after the two failed biddings?

2. Is pre-bid conference and post-qualification still required to be conducted in the case of negotiated procurement particularly after two failed biddings following the procedures of public bidding?

Thanks in advance for anyone's immediate response..
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Re: twice failed bidding...

Post by alpha1 on Wed Oct 26, 2011 5:36 pm

Another question: If after inviting and negotiating with three (3) suppliers in accordance with Section 53.1.2, only one bidder submitted his/her best and final offer, can we award the contract to that bidder being the LCRB or are we going to declare it a failure of negotiated procurement.
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Re: twice failed bidding...

Post by joyie on Thu Nov 03, 2011 4:26 pm

Need further comments/clarifications on these:

Additional questions re: Twice failed bidding (Negotiated Procurement)...

1. Are bidding documents to be issued [at no cost] to at least sufficient number of contractors if negotiated procurement is to be conducted after the two failed biddings?

2. Is pre-bid conference and post-qualification still required to be conducted in the case of negotiated procurement particularly after two failed biddings following the procedures of public bidding?

or

3. Can the BAC resort to third public bidding in the case of two-failed biddings provided that they have reviewed the terms and conditions? If the answer is YES, can the BAC separate the packaged project (Two (2) specialty infra projects) as to Project A and Project B and conduct separate bidding for each? Would it not entail to "splitting of contracts"?

Thanks in advance for anyone's immediate response.. Razz
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