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Post by gherzy27 on Fri Jul 05, 2013 6:47 pm

Hi ,

Want to be clarified on this matter. In the eligibility checklist as prescribed by the GPPB, no mention of a certification from the manufacturer that the bidder is the legitimate distributor of their product. But in the said COA Circular it says required the certification. Which should be followed?

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Re: Eligibility Checklist vs. COA Circular 2012-01

Post by alvinambion on Tue Jul 09, 2013 9:34 am

yap COA requires certification from the manufacturer that the bidder is the legitimate distributor of their product

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Re: Eligibility Checklist vs. COA Circular 2012-01

Post by gherzy27 on Tue Jul 09, 2013 9:48 am

so which will prevail?i mean during the opening of the bid, the BAC is supposed to check only what is required in the eligibility checklist as prescribed by GPPB. now, upon payment, the COA stop payment for the reason that the supplier does not furnish the cert from the manufacturer. Does it mean that the BAC is liable for proclaiming the bidder as eligible since it only confines itself to what is required in the ELigibility Checklist as prescribed by GPPB? In fact in the latest amendment to the IRR it even streamlines the checklist. I am confused which is which

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Re: Eligibility Checklist vs. COA Circular 2012-01

Post by engrjhez® on Tue Jul 09, 2013 1:36 pm

gherzy27 wrote:so which will prevail?i mean during the opening of the bid, the BAC is supposed to check only what is required in the eligibility checklist as prescribed by GPPB.  now, upon payment, the COA stop payment for the reason that the supplier does not furnish the cert from the manufacturer.  Does it mean that the BAC is liable for proclaiming the bidder as eligible since it only confines itself to what is required in the ELigibility Checklist as prescribed by GPPB?  In fact in the latest amendment to the IRR it even streamlines the checklist.  I am confused which is which

You should follow the prevailing law and not the office. The relevant law is R.A. No. 9184 and it says there that the requirements are those enumerated in the IRR. The BAC cannot be held liable of any act or omission violative of a COA Circular, but on R.A. No. 9184. Smile
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Re: Eligibility Checklist vs. COA Circular 2012-01

Post by dabomeister on Tue May 13, 2014 5:51 pm

good day sir/maam! how about this, i have a small chat with a local distributor/supplier, he says he can't collect because there was this COA circular which ask for them to provide or obtain the certificates from the manufacturers from both local and overseas, for the medicines and medical supplies they delivered, he said only two companies were able to send their LTO and certification because they have contract agreement with them. his problem now he says, is how can get the other manufacturers in the list to issue him them certification, when in fact that the other drugs were bought from licensed drug wholesalers/establishments/dealers in Metro Manila or specifically in Bambang. he says the mode of procurement was bidding, and it was the first time that COA circular was implemented in the LGU he was servicing for the last 10 years. the source of his other drugs he said was in "open market source" but licensed establishments.
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