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Post by friend toe on Sat Jan 28, 2012 10:19 pm

i have observed that there are contractors who doesn't officially receive NTP's. this could be a sort of delaying tactics. may i know if this is still within the bounds of BAC functions as our HOPE seem to signify by directing the BAC to look into the matter... hoping for guidance... thanks.

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Post by Jovinal on Sun Jan 29, 2012 3:10 pm

Section 37.4. of IRR RA. No. 9184 may guide you " Notice to Proceed
37.4.1. The procuring entity shall issue the Notice to Proceed together with a copy of
the approved contract to the successful bidder within three (3) calendar days
from the date of approval of the contract by the appropriate government
approving authority. However, for infrastructure projects with an ABC of Fifty
Million Pesos (P50,000,000) and below, the maximum period is two (2) calendar
days. The contract effectivity date shall be provided in the Notice to Proceed by
the procuring entity, which date shall not be later than seven (7) calendar days
from its issuance.(a)
37.4.2. The procuring entity, through the BAC Secretariat, shall post a copy of the
Notice to Proceed and the approved contract in the PhilGEPS or the website of
the procuring entity, if any, within fifteen (15) calendar days from the issuance
of the Notice to Proceed.(n)"
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Re: Notice to Proceed

Post by RDV @ GP3i on Sun Jan 29, 2012 9:56 pm

friend toe wrote:i have observed that there are contractors who doesn't officially receive NTP's. this could be a sort of delaying tactics. may i know if this is still within the bounds of BAC functions as our HOPE seem to signify by directing the BAC to look into the matter... hoping for guidance... thanks.

Even if a contractor does not "officially receive" the NTP, it could no longer delay the effectivity of the contract as it is no longer dependent on receipt of the NTP. In the revised IRR, the effectivity date of the contract shall already be indicated in the NTP which shall not be later than seven (7) calendar days from its issuance. Unlike in the old IRR, its effectivity date is upon receipt of the NTP.
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Re: Notice to Proceed

Post by Jovinal on Mon Jan 30, 2012 4:57 pm

I agree with you Sir RDV.
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Re: Notice to Proceed

Post by friend toe on Mon Jan 30, 2012 11:35 pm

thanks

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