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Post by ulpianovillamar on Tue Sep 22, 2009 12:05 pm

Republic of the Philippines
TAGUDIN WATER DISTRICT
Groundfloor Gardenia’s Bldg.
Del Pilar District, Tagudin, Ilocos Sur
Te. No. (077) 652-2012

BIDS AND AWARDS COMMITTEE

INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

The Tagudin Water District, through its Bids and Awards Committee (BAC), invites contractors registered with and classified by the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (PCAB) to apply for eligibility and, if found eligible, to bid for the hereunder contract:

Name of Contract: Construction of Tagudin Water District Water Supply System
Location: Municipality of Tagudin, Province of Ilocos Sur
Brief Description: Construction of pumphouse, installation of electro-mechanical equipment, laying of 3,400 LM – 150 mm HDPE
Transmission pipelines and installation of treatment facilities.
Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC): P4,214,075.00
Contract Duration: 180 calendar days

Prospective bidders should possess valid PCAB license applicable for the contract and have key personnel and equipment available for the prosecution of the contract. The BAC will use non-discretionary pass/fail criteria in the eligibility check/screening as well as the preliminary examination of bids. The BAC will conduct post qualification of the lowest calculated bid.

All particulars relative to the Eligibility Statement and Screening, Bid Security, Performance Security, Pre bidding Conference, Evaluation of Bids, Post Qualification and Award of Contract shall be governed by the pertinent provisions of R.A 9184 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR).

The Schedule of BAC activities are as follows:

BAC ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE
1. Receipt from prospective bidders of September 21-30, 2009
Letters of Intent (LOI) including Application
for Eligibility
2. Issuance of Eligibility Forms September 21-30, 2009
3.Receipt of Eligibility Requirements October 03, 2009
4. Notice of Results of eligibility Checks October 06, 2009
5. Issuance of Bid Documents October 06-14, 2009
6. Pre - Bid Conference October 21, 2009
7. Submission and Opening of Bids October 27, 2009

The BAC will issue to prospective bidders Eligibility Forms at Tagudin Water District Office upon their submission of a Letter of Intent (LOI). Prospective Bidders shall submit the Eligibility Requirements to the BAC and they may also obtain the results of the Eligibility Check at the same address.

The BAC will issue Bidding Documents only to the bidders declared by the BAC to be eligible for the bidding upon payment of a non-refundable amount of Two Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (P2,500.00) to the Tagudin Water District Cashier.

The Tagudin Water District assumes no responsibility whatsoever to compensate or indemnify bidders for any expense incurred in the preparation of their bids.


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Re: INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

Post by RDV @ GP3i on Tue Sep 22, 2009 12:20 pm

Welcome to the forum, sir ulpianovillamar.

I noticed that you posted your Invitation to Bid in this Online Forum. This is not intended for the purpose of posting your invitations/procurement opportunities.

Aside from newspaper advertisement, and the other posting requirements, you need to post your invitation in the PhilGEPS which you can access thru the following: http://www.philgeps.net/GEPS/Default.aspx
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Post by venom.0420 on Tue Sep 22, 2009 12:53 pm

hi ulpianovillamar,

welcome to the forum! like what RDV said, you don't need to post ur advertisement here and please be informed that the new IRR of RA 9184 is already in full force, hence, your IAEB (Invitation to Apply for Eligibility and to Bid) should be changed to ITB (Invitation to Bid). Very Happy
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Re: INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

Post by riddler on Tue Sep 22, 2009 1:04 pm

ulpianovillamar wrote:

Brief Description: Construction of pumphouse, installation of electro-mechanical equipment, laying of 3,400 LM – 150 mm HDPE
Transmission pipelines and installation of treatment facilities.
Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC): P4,214,075.00
Contract Duration: 180 calendar days
x x x x xx x

BAC ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE
1. Receipt from prospective bidders of September 21-30, 2009
Letters of Intent (LOI) including Application
for Eligibility
2. Issuance of Eligibility Forms September 21-30, 2009
3.Receipt of Eligibility Requirements October 03, 2009
4. Notice of Results of eligibility Checks October 06, 2009
5. Issuance of Bid Documents October 06-14, 2009
6. Pre - Bid Conference October 21, 2009
7. Submission and Opening of Bids October 27, 2009


The procurement schedule itself are laden with flaws in violation of the new IRR, to wit;

1. Letter of Intent is not a requirement anymore.
2. Issuance of Eligibility forms/Receipt of Eligibility Requirements must be from the Day of Posting until/or before the opening of the Bids. (Sept 21-Oct 27, 2009).
3. There is no Notice of Eligibility to be sent to Eligible Bidders anymore since the Opening of Eligibility Requirements and opening of Bids falls on the same schedule (October 27, 2009).
4.The Schedule of Pre-Bid conference is not correct, it should be 12 cal days before the opening of the bids.

The Earliest Possible Time to finish the process can be reduced to 28 (from 34 cal days) cal days pursuant to the new IRR.


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Re: INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

Post by amang'65 on Tue Sep 22, 2009 1:57 pm

Hi, I think there is noting wrong posting an invitation to bid in this forum. Probably they would just want others to comment on their publication.
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Post by sunriser431 on Tue Sep 22, 2009 2:22 pm

Welcome to the forum, sir ulpianovillamar, you'll find this information useful.
Excerpts from Philgeps Frequently Asked Questions
This page offers introductory answers to frequently asked questions about the PhilGEPS. Should you have any further questions, please email us at @philgeps.net or call us at 900-5232, 900-5234.
The PhilGEPS or the Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System is the single and centralized electronic portal for all procurement opportunities. This is the second release of the EPS service which has been in use since December, 2000. All procurement for Goods and General Support Services, Civil Works or Infrastructure Projects and Consulting Services must be posted with the system as mandated under Republic Act 9184.

Questions:

1. Who should register with the PhilGEPS?
2. What is the PhilGEPS website address or URL?
3. Who may register with the system?
4. Can foreign suppliers register with the PhilGEPS?
5. Are suppliers mandated to register with the PhilGEPS?
6. How to register?
7. What if a supplier has no valid e-mail address. Will the system accept his registration?
8. Are there fees required for registration?
9. What are the system requirements to access the system?
10. How do we know if our registration is accepted by the PhilGEPS?
11. Our organization (agency/company) has no internet connection. Does this mean we are exempted from using the PhilGEPS?
12. Are all government agencies required to use the PhilGEPS?
13. When shall government agencies use the PhilGEPS?
14. Do we have to post all of our agency’s procurement needs irrespective of amount?
15. What will happen if an agency fails to post its procurement notice in the PhilGEPS?
16. Are there seminars conducted for users of the system?
17. Can suppliers or prospective bidders submit their bids or proposals online?
18. Is a User ID and Password required when using the PhilGEPS?
19. What advantage/s and/or benefits will an organization derive once registered with the PhilGEPS?
20. Once a supplier is registered with the PhilGEPS, is he qualified to participate in any government agencies bid?
21. What if the supplier is a sole distributor of a product or item, is bidding required? Is she/he still required to register?
22. Can a user access PhilGEPS during weekends or holidays?
23. What is the Electronic Catalogue?
24. Can a Buyer order supplies from the Electronic Catalogue?
25. Are the items available from the Procurement Service VAT inclusive?
26. Who are allowed to buy goods from the Procurement Service?
27. Are government agencies mandated to buy all their office supplies from the Procurement Service?
28. The system is using pop-up windows in most of its modules. How are we going to disable the pop-up blocker.
29. What do you mean by Closing Date/Time?
30. What are the formats of electronic documents allowed as attachment in a bid notice, bid supplement or award notice as associated component?
31. The Award Notice Facility requires the inputting of the Contract #. In case there is no contract, what are we going to input since it is a mandatory field?
32. What will a User do if he/she forgets his/her password?
33. Can a user use the same user ID and password that he/she has been using in the Pilot system to login to the new PhilGEPS?
34. What does a “Push Pin” and a “Paper Clip” beside a bid notice represent?
35. Is attachment of associated components mandatory?
36. What is the difference between a Bidders List and a Document Request List?
37. How to secure a PhilGEPS Certificate of Registration?
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Answers:
1. Who should register with the PhilGEPS?
All government agencies including Local Government Units. Suppliers that do business with government.

2. What is the PhilGEPS website address or URL?
http://www.philgeps.net

3. Who may register with the system?
For government agencies:
Any employee, preferably a procurement officer, a BAC member, a BAC secretariat member, resident auditor or anyone authorized by the head of the agency to register and post bid notices and awards in the system. A written authorization signed by the head of the agency shall be submitted to the PhilGEPS.
For suppliers:
Any authorized company representative.

4. Can foreign suppliers register with the PhilGEPS?
Yes. They can register online or fax their registration form to the PhilGEPS office.

5. Are suppliers mandated to register with the PhilGEPS?
Yes. As specified in section 8.5.1 of RA 9184, Manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, contractors and/or consultants shall register with the PhilGEPS.

6. How to register?
For government agencies:
You may register online or fill out the registration form and send to the PhilGEPS by fax or email to be approved by a PhilGEPS administrator. A valid e-mail address is required.

For suppliers:

You may register online or may fill out a registration form and send to the PhilGEPS. A valid e-mail address, company TIN, DTI and/or SEC Registration No. are required. For cooperatives, a CDA Registration.

7. What if a supplier has no valid e-mail address. Will the system accept his registration?
No, a valid e-mail address is a mandatory requirement. The system will not accept a supplier registration if no e-mail address is provided.

8. Are there fees required for registration?
For government agencies: No fees are required.

For suppliers:
No fees are required at present but when the PhilGEPS is fully implemented, user fees will be collected. For the PhilGEPS Certificate of Registration, a Php500.00 payment is required.

9. What are the system requirements to access the system?
A personal computer, preferably a Pentium IV (or higher) and installed with Internet Explorer or Netscape and Adobe Acrobat Reader. Internet Connection

10. How do we know if our registration is accepted by the PhilGEPS?
A notification regarding the approval of your registration shall be be sent to you via e-mail indicating therein our User ID and Password which will allow you to access the system anytime.

11. Our organization (agency/company) has no internet connection. Does this mean we are exempted from using the PhilGEPS?
No. There may be internet facilities already in place in your area, such as internet cafés which you can use.

12. Are all government agencies required to use the PhilGEPS?
Yes, all government agencies including LGUs are mandated to fully use the PhilGEPS, not just to register but more importantly to post their bid notices, awards and/or results of bids.

13. When shall government agencies use the PhilGEPS?
For every procurement requirement, agencies are mandated to use the PhilGEPS. Please refer to Sections 8.3.1, 8.3.3 and 21.2 of the IRRs of R.A. 9184.

14. Do we have to post all of our agency’s procurement needs irrespective of amount?
The IRRs for RA 9184 does not specify a minimum amount of transaction, therefore all procurement to be conducted by a procuring entity must be posted.

15. What will happen if an agency fails to post its procurement notice in the PhilGEPS?
Failure of an agency to post its bid notices in the PhilGEPS opens the bidding process to question because of failure to comply with the procurement law.

16. Are there seminars conducted for users of the system?
Yes. Training for agency representatives and suppliers are conducted regularly at Unit 2504 Raffles Corporate Center, Emerald Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City. Regional training are conducted from time to time. Check the PhilGEPS training schedules from our website.

17. Can suppliers or prospective bidders submit their bids or proposals online?
Not yet. The PhilGEPS, for its first release does not allow online bid submission. However, this feature is included in the full implementation of the PhilGEPS and will be made available to users by 2008.

18. Is a User ID and Password required when using the PhilGEPS?
Yes. As users of the system, a User ID and Password is required for access.

19. What advantage/s and/or benefits will an organization derive once registered with the PhilGEPS?
For agencies:

It improves transparency in procurement process
It cuts procurement time
It reduces procurement cost
It provides an audit trail of all the agency's transactions
It improves agency cash management

For suppliers:

It provides easy access to government tenders 24x7.
It provides automatic e-mail notification of bid notices including bid supplements, awards and shortlisting.

20. Once a supplier is registered with the PhilGEPS, is he qualified to participate in any government agencies bid?
Section 8.2.2.g. of IRR-A of R.A. 9184 states "Registration with the PhilGEPS is not tantamount to a finding of eligibility, nor is it a guaranty that a manufacturer, supplier, distributor, contractor or
consultant may participate in a public bidding without first being determined to be eligible for that particular public bidding."

21. What if the supplier is a sole distributor of a product or item, is bidding required? Is she/he still required to register?
Section 50 of the IRR-A of R.A. 9184 states "Direct contracting or single source procurement is a method of procurement of goods that does not require elaborate bidding documents. This may be resorted to by concerned procuring entities under any of the following conditions:

a. Procurement of items of proprietary nature which can be obtained only from the proprietary source, i.e. when patents, trade secrets and copyrights prohibit others from manufacturing the same item;
b. When the procurement of critical components from a specific manufacturer, supplier, distributor is a condition precedent to hold a contractor to guarantee its project performance, in accordance with the provisions of its contract; or
c. Those sold by an exclusive dealer or manufacturer which does not have sub-dealers selling at lower prices and for which no suitable substitute can be obtained at more advantageous terms to the government.
However, the suppliers should still register with the PhilGEPS as mandated under Section 8.5.1

22. Can a user access PhilGEPS during weekends or holidays?
Yes, the PhilGEPS is an internet based system which is available to users 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Users may send queries through the PhilGEPS “Contact US” facility. However, if a user needs to talk with a PhilGEPS Helpdesk personnel, he/she may call us at 900-52-32 to 36 from Mondays thru Fridays from 7:00 to 6:00 pm.

23. What is the Electronic Catalogue?
It is an electronic version of the PS' Price List which is released every quarter. The list includes all items available from the Procurement Service's warehouses and Regional Depots for resale, complete with code numbers, pictures, description and unit prices for each item.

24. Can a Buyer order supplies from the Electronic Catalogue?
For the PhilGEPS Phase I, the Electronic Catalogue is provided for Price Reference only. A buyer is required to accomplish an Agency Procurement Request (APR) Form, prepare his/her payment and submit the same to the Procurement Service. He/She may opt to pick up the goods or wait for PS to deliver them within five (5) days after submission of APR and payment.

For Release II, a Virtual Store will be in place that would allow agencies to order and pay online.

25. Are the items available from the Procurement Service VAT inclusive?
Yes, all prices are VAT inclusive.

26. Who are allowed to buy goods from the Procurement Service?
Only government agencies are allowed to avail of the goods from PS.

27. Are government agencies mandated to buy all their office supplies from the Procurement Service?
For items listed under the PS' Catalogue, it is mandatory
For items not included in the PS' Catalogue, procuring entities may buy these from legitimate source provided the provisions on competitive bidding or alternative mode of procurement are complied with.

28. The system is using pop-up windows in most of its modules. How are we going to disable the pop-up blocker.
Please refer to this link “How to disable Pop-up blocker”

29. What do you mean by Closing Date/Time?
For Public Bidding:
Single Stage - This field refers to the deadline of bid submission.

Two Stage:
1st Closing Date/Time – This field refers to the deadline of submission of eligibility for shortlisting.

2nd Closing Date/Time – This refers to the deadline of submission of bids by the shortlisted bidders.

For Alternative Modes of Procurement like Shopping: This field refers to the deadline of bid submission.

30. What are the formats of electronic documents allowed as attachment in a bid notice, bid supplement or award notice as associated component?
Files in Word, Powerpoint, Excel, text or rich text formats including PDF files are accepted as electronic documents to be uploaded as attachments to the notice being created. Currently however, the system does not allow exe, aspx, html, jpg or gif types of files to be uploaded. The system will automatically convert these files to PDFs.

31. The Award Notice Facility requires the inputting of the Contract #. In case there is no contract, what are we going to input since it is a mandatory field?
In the absence of a contract, a Buyer can input the Purchase Order # or the Abstract of Quotation or Proposal number

32. What will a User do if he/she forgets his/her password?
In the new system, if a user forgets his/her password, he/she can go to the “Forgot Password” facility, He/She will receive an e-mail notification containing the password. However, if a user hasn’t login for the first time in new PhilGEPS, he/she cannot use the Forgot password facility since he/she hasn’t filled out the security questions. In this case, a user may call the PhilGEPS Help Desk at 900-52-32 to 36.

33. Can a user use the same user ID and password that he/she has been using in the Pilot system to login to the new PhilGEPS?
Yes, however, upon login the user will be asked by the system to change his/her password and fill-out the security questions. The new system requires that a password should be at least 6 characters and must include 1 numeric value.

34. What does a “Push Pin” and a “Paper Clip” beside a bid notice represent?
A paper clip represents an associated component (electronic or non-electronic) attached to the bid notice, while a “Push Pin” represents a bid supplement.

35. Is attachment of associated components mandatory?
Yes. For every bid notice created in PhilGEPS, an attachment, preferrably an electronic document is required.
For the award notices creation, attachment of associated component is optional.

36. What is the difference between a Bidders List and a Document Request List?
The Document Request List is the list of suppliers who ordered electronic and non-electronic documents attached to a bid notice posted by a procuring entity.

The Bidders List is the list of suppliers who submit bid proposal for a particular bid notice. The list of suppliers in the Bidders List could be derived from the Document Request List.

37. How to secure a PhilGEPS Certificate of Registration?

A. For suppliers that register online:
Step:

1. Login to the PhilGEPS website and fill-up the Supplier Registration Form through the “Register Now” menu.
2. Submit a letter requesting for the issuance of the PhilGEPS Certificate of Registration (the letter must bear the company’s complete name, complete business address and the name of the company’s President or authorized company official, if corporation; the business’ owner or his authorized representative, if single proprietorship) through fax at (02)9005239.
3. Confirm receipt of fax and ask for reservation to the Supplier Training at (02)9005232 or 37.
Processing Time: Two (2) working days.

B. Renewal of Certificates issued from May 2005 onwards
Step:

1. Login to the PhilGEPS website and update organization and contact profiles.
2. Mark the expired certificate with “For Renewal” and submit through fax at (02)9005239. (If address has changed, indicate new address in the certificate.)
3. Confirm receipt of fax and ask for reservation to the Supplier Training at (02)9005232 or 37.
Processing Time: One (1) working day.

C. Renewal of Certificates issued before May 2005
Step:

1. Login to the PhilGEPS website and update organization and contact profiles.
2. Mark the expired certificate with “For Renewal” and submit through fax at (02)9005239. (If address has changed, indicate new address in the certificate.)
3. Confirm receipt of fax and ask for reservation for the Supplier Trainings at (02)9005232 or 37
Processing Time: Two (2) working days.
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Re: INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

Post by engrjhez® on Tue Sep 22, 2009 6:37 pm

amang1965 wrote:Hi, I think there is noting wrong posting an invitation to bid in this forum. Probably they would just want others to comment on their publication.

In the absence of a statement, question, side note or footer, we presume this was incorrectly posted here. If the purpose is academic, I would agree that there is nothing wrong. But if the purpose is compliance, there will be. The IRR identifies PhilGEPS - not the GPPB Online Forum - as the central portal for invitations, postings, notices and bulletins

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Post by engrjhez® on Tue Sep 22, 2009 6:46 pm

ruel wrote:
The procurement schedule itself are laden with flaws in violation of the new IRR, to wit;

1. Letter of Intent is not a requirement anymore.
2. Issuance of Eligibility forms/Receipt of Eligibility Requirements must be from the Day of Posting until/or before the opening of the Bids. (Sept 21-Oct 27, 2009).
3. There is no Notice of Eligibility to be sent to Eligible Bidders anymore since the Opening of Eligibility Requirements and opening of Bids falls on the same schedule (October 27, 2009).
4.The Schedule of Pre-Bid conference is not correct, it should be 12 cal days before the opening of the bids.

The Earliest Possible Time to finish the process can be reduced to 28 (from 34 cal days) cal days pursuant to the new IRR.

AGREE. Mukhang commentator mode tayo ngayon ah Very Happy.

For purposes of discussing the old IRR, I think No.4 comment cannot rule since this is an Infra project costing below 5M (where Pre-Bid Conference is optional. Pero sa new IRR, paglampas ng 1M, mandatory na talaga Pre-Bid.

Mukhang unaware pa rin karamihan sa new IRR. Parang wala lang. Hehe. Very Happy
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Post by amang'65 on Tue Sep 22, 2009 6:56 pm

engrjhez wrote:
amang1965 wrote:Hi, I think there is noting wrong posting an invitation to bid in this forum. Probably they would just want others to comment on their publication.

In the absence of a statement, question, side note or footer, we presume this was incorrectly posted here. If the purpose is academic, I would agree that there is nothing wrong. But if the purpose is compliance, there will be. The IRR identifies PhilGEPS - not the GPPB Online Forum - as the central portal for invitations, postings, notices and bulletins

Very Happy

Yes you may be right but afterall it is a forum, there are no limitations except kung bastos ang message. besides why does a lot of you gurus commented on the procedures stated on the invitation to bid, some even corrected the procedure instead of simply adivising the guy of wrong posting. anyway just an opinion.
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Re: INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

Post by RDV @ GP3i on Tue Sep 22, 2009 7:17 pm

amang1965 wrote:
engrjhez wrote:
amang1965 wrote:Hi, I think there is noting wrong posting an invitation to bid in this forum. Probably they would just want others to comment on their publication.

In the absence of a statement, question, side note or footer, we presume this was incorrectly posted here. If the purpose is academic, I would agree that there is nothing wrong. But if the purpose is compliance, there will be. The IRR identifies PhilGEPS - not the GPPB Online Forum - as the central portal for invitations, postings, notices and bulletins

Very Happy

Yes you may be right but afterall it is a forum, there are no limitations except kung bastos ang message. besides why does a lot of you gurus commented on the procedures stated on the invitation to bid, some even corrected the procedure instead of simply adivising the guy of wrong posting. anyway just an opinion.

There are no "gurus" here, and that is for sure. We do not preach here. You are entitled to your opinion.
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Post by amang'65 on Tue Sep 22, 2009 8:21 pm

RDV wrote:
amang1965 wrote:
engrjhez wrote:
amang1965 wrote:Hi, I think there is noting wrong posting an invitation to bid in this forum. Probably they would just want others to comment on their publication.

In the absence of a statement, question, side note or footer, we presume this was incorrectly posted here. If the purpose is academic, I would agree that there is nothing wrong. But if the purpose is compliance, there will be. The IRR identifies PhilGEPS - not the GPPB Online Forum - as the central portal for invitations, postings, notices and bulletins

Very Happy

Yes you may be right but afterall it is a forum, there are no limitations except kung bastos ang message. besides why does a lot of you gurus commented on the procedures stated on the invitation to bid, some even corrected the procedure instead of simply adivising the guy of wrong posting. anyway just an opinion.

There are no "gurus" here, and that is for sure. We do not preach here. You are entitled to your opinion.

But you sound like one, parang ka nagsesermon.
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Post by engrjhez® on Tue Sep 22, 2009 9:20 pm

amang1965 wrote:
RDV wrote:
amang1965 wrote:
Yes you may be right but afterall it is a forum, there are no limitations except kung bastos ang message. besides why does a lot of you gurus commented on the procedures stated on the invitation to bid, some even corrected the procedure instead of simply adivising the guy of wrong posting. anyway just an opinion.

There are no "gurus" here, and that is for sure. We do not preach here. You are entitled to your opinion.

But you sound like one, parang ka nagsesermon.

True that there are neither gurus nor preachers here. Everyone is free to say, free to comment, free to suggest...but also free to be rebuked. Everyone learns from each other. Everyone teaches everybody. That is essence of the underlined statement.

Kasi if everybody learns and everybody teaches (whether knowingly or unknowingly), you can never distinguish the two.

Cool lang po tayo. Cool
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Re: INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

Post by RDV @ GP3i on Wed Sep 23, 2009 7:21 am

amang1965 wrote:
RDV wrote:
amang1965 wrote:
engrjhez wrote:
amang1965 wrote:Hi, I think there is noting wrong posting an invitation to bid in this forum. Probably they would just want others to comment on their publication.

In the absence of a statement, question, side note or footer, we presume this was incorrectly posted here. If the purpose is academic, I would agree that there is nothing wrong. But if the purpose is compliance, there will be. The IRR identifies PhilGEPS - not the GPPB Online Forum - as the central portal for invitations, postings, notices and bulletins

Very Happy

Yes you may be right but afterall it is a forum, there are no limitations except kung bastos ang message. besides why does a lot of you gurus commented on the procedures stated on the invitation to bid, some even corrected the procedure instead of simply adivising the guy of wrong posting. anyway just an opinion.

There are no "gurus" here, and that is for sure. We do not preach here. You are entitled to your opinion.

But you sound like one, parang ka nagsesermon.

Amang1965:

This is what I posted in reply to the POSTING OF INVITATION BY Sir Ulpianovillamar:

Welcome to the forum, sir ulpianovillamar.

I noticed that you posted your Invitation to Bid in this Online Forum. This is not intended for the purpose of posting your invitations/procurement opportunities.

Aside from newspaper advertisement, and the other posting requirements, you need to post your invitation in the PhilGEPS which you can access thru the following: http://www.philgeps.net/GEPS/Default.aspx


Now, please do tell me, where do I sound as if giving a sermon?
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Re: INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

Post by sunriser431 on Wed Sep 23, 2009 10:47 am

ulpianovillamar wrote:Republic of the Philippines
TAGUDIN WATER DISTRICT
Groundfloor Gardenia’s Bldg.
Del Pilar District, Tagudin, Ilocos Sur
Te. No. (077) 652-2012

BIDS AND AWARDS COMMITTEE

INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

The Tagudin Water District, through its Bids and Awards Committee (BAC), invites contractors registered with and classified by the Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (PCAB) to apply for eligibility and, if found eligible, to bid for the hereunder contract:

Name of Contract: Construction of Tagudin Water District Water Supply System
Location: Municipality of Tagudin, Province of Ilocos Sur
Brief Description: Construction of pumphouse, installation of electro-mechanical equipment, laying of 3,400 LM – 150 mm HDPE
Transmission pipelines and installation of treatment facilities.
Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC): P4,214,075.00
Contract Duration: 180 calendar days

Prospective bidders should possess valid PCAB license applicable for the contract and have key personnel and equipment available for the prosecution of the contract. The BAC will use non-discretionary pass/fail criteria in the eligibility check/screening as well as the preliminary examination of bids. The BAC will conduct post qualification of the lowest calculated bid.

All particulars relative to the Eligibility Statement and Screening, Bid Security, Performance Security, Pre bidding Conference, Evaluation of Bids, Post Qualification and Award of Contract shall be governed by the pertinent provisions of R.A 9184 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR).

The Schedule of BAC activities are as follows:

BAC ACTIVITIES SCHEDULE
1. Receipt from prospective bidders of September 21-30, 2009
Letters of Intent (LOI) including Application
for Eligibility
2. Issuance of Eligibility Forms September 21-30, 2009
3.Receipt of Eligibility Requirements October 03, 2009
4. Notice of Results of eligibility Checks October 06, 2009
5. Issuance of Bid Documents October 06-14, 2009
6. Pre - Bid Conference October 21, 2009
7. Submission and Opening of Bids October 27, 2009

The BAC will issue to prospective bidders Eligibility Forms at Tagudin Water District Office upon their submission of a Letter of Intent (LOI). Prospective Bidders shall submit the Eligibility Requirements to the BAC and they may also obtain the results of the Eligibility Check at the same address.

The BAC will issue Bidding Documents only to the bidders declared by the BAC to be eligible for the bidding upon payment of a non-refundable amount of Two Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (P2,500.00) to the Tagudin Water District Cashier.

The Tagudin Water District assumes no responsibility whatsoever to compensate or indemnify bidders for any expense incurred in the preparation of their bids.


watch mode lang ako Cool peace
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Re: INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

Post by amang'65 on Wed Sep 23, 2009 11:43 am

RDV wrote:
amang1965 wrote:
RDV wrote:
amang1965 wrote:
engrjhez wrote:
amang1965 wrote:Hi, I think there is noting wrong posting an invitation to bid in this forum. Probably they would just want others to comment on their publication.

In the absence of a statement, question, side note or footer, we presume this was incorrectly posted here. If the purpose is academic, I would agree that there is nothing wrong. But if the purpose is compliance, there will be. The IRR identifies PhilGEPS - not the GPPB Online Forum - as the central portal for invitations, postings, notices and bulletins

Very Happy

Yes you may be right but afterall it is a forum, there are no limitations except kung bastos ang message. besides why does a lot of you gurus commented on the procedures stated on the invitation to bid, some even corrected the procedure instead of simply adivising the guy of wrong posting. anyway just an opinion.

There are no "gurus" here, and that is for sure. We do not preach here. You are entitled to your opinion.

But you sound like one, parang ka nagsesermon.

Amang1965:

This is what I posted in reply to the POSTING OF INVITATION BY Sir Ulpianovillamar:

Welcome to the forum, sir ulpianovillamar.

I noticed that you posted your Invitation to Bid in this Online Forum. This is not intended for the purpose of posting your invitations/procurement opportunities.

Aside from newspaper advertisement, and the other posting requirements, you need to post your invitation in the PhilGEPS which you can access thru the following: http://www.philgeps.net/GEPS/Default.aspx


Now, please do tell me, where do I sound as if giving a sermon?


Direk:

Ok I will be the one who will sound like a preacher, "Peace be with you sir". Thanks
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Re: INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

Post by RDV @ GP3i on Wed Sep 23, 2009 12:07 pm

amang1965 wrote:
Direk:

Ok I will be the one who will sound like a preacher, "Peace be with you sir". Thanks

Smile PEACE to you to, amang1965!
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Re: INVITATION TO APPLY FOR ELIGIBILITY AND TO BID

Post by riddler on Wed Sep 23, 2009 12:34 pm

yeah. cool lang ako man! i just wanted to ask, ask, and ask after i discovered this forum(what a treasure!)... for the sole purpose of learning the process and sharing what i have learned to others... others may find my suggestions as "brash" too, but that is not the real intention of my heart. lol!
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