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posting of Call for LOI

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posting of Call for LOI

Post by mari on Fri Oct 12, 2012 3:48 pm

We have projects specifically for implementation by peoples organizations (POs/upland farmers). Do we have to post the call for letter of intent (LOI) at the Philgeps or is it enough that we post same at barangay/municipal halls?
Also, we have projects under the community-driven development (CDD) program of the World Bank, which says that we can directly award contracts (LOAs) to peoples organizations in the locality where the projects are to be implemented. In short, no bidding is required. We already have the no objection letter (NOL) from the World Bank. Our accountant however insists that we adopt the SVP mode of procurement instead. Do we follow what she says?

Thank you po.

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