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Post by mtocampo on Tue Feb 17, 2015 2:27 pm

Good Day.

I have a question with regard to the Financial Component of a bidding based on the following assumptions.

1. The bidders are all considered Technical and Eligible

2. The Financial Component consists of Form 1 (Bid Form) and Form 2 (Schedule of Prices).

a. Form 1 asks for a bid based on the ABC for one year

b. Form 2 asks for a breakdown based on two years.

Question: In the event of a discrepancy between Form 1 and Form 2, which form has priority to be used for evaluation considering the ABC is for 1 year?




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Re: Problem with the Financial Proposal of Eligible Bidders

Post by engrjhez® on Tue Feb 17, 2015 7:10 pm

mtocampo wrote:Good Day.  

I have a question with regard to the Financial Component of a bidding based on the following assumptions.

1.  The bidders are all considered Technical and Eligible

2.  The Financial Component consists of Form 1 (Bid Form)  and Form 2 (Schedule of Prices).

a.  Form 1 asks for a bid based on the ABC for one year

b.  Form 2 asks for a breakdown based on two years.

Question:  In the event of a discrepancy between Form 1 and Form 2, which form has priority to be used for evaluation considering the ABC is for 1 year?




Not the Form, but the rules for bid evaluation shall apply.

32.2.3. In case of discrepancies between: (a) bid prices in figures and in words, the latter shall prevail; (b) total price per item and unit price for the item as extended or multiplied by the quantity of that item, the latter shall prevail; (c) stated total price and the actual sum of prices of component items, the latter shall prevail; (d) unit cost in the detailed estimate and unit cost in the bill of quantities, the latter shall prevail.

The above applies for procurement of goods/civil works. It may be extended to procurement of consulting services, but considering some other special rules peculiar to it.



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