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Post by candice on Thu Oct 06, 2016 1:45 pm

I just want to be clarified re: procedure/process when resorting to small value procurement? Letter j. of GPPB Resolution states that "the PE must validate whether it is entering into a contract with technically, legally and financially capable supplier....", my concern is how can we determine if the same supplier is financially capable? what are the relevant documents required? Is it also the audited FS or NFCC computation just like that of public bidding. Do we have to require them to submit also income and business tax returns?

Please shed light on this.
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Post by markshinoda on Thu Nov 03, 2016 11:32 am

You can refer to GPPB RESOLUTION NO. 12-2007 as to how to determine a technically, legally and financially capable supplier.
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Post by aquinobryce28 on Wed Nov 23, 2016 2:48 pm

In Small Value Procurement po, do we have to require suppliers to submit Omnibus Sworn Statement and ITR even if the ABC is only 50k and below?
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Post by aquinobryce28 on Wed Nov 23, 2016 2:51 pm

Especially in provision of Meals and Snacks amounting to 10k and below, do we still have to require suppliers to submit the same requirements such as Omnibus Sworn Statement, ITR, etc.

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Re: Post-qualification under small value procurement

Post by markshinoda on Thu Nov 24, 2016 10:09 am

aquinobryce28 wrote:In Small Value Procurement po, do we have to require suppliers to submit Omnibus Sworn Statement and ITR even if the ABC is only 50k and below?
Thanks po.

No need if you have already existing and maintaining updates on the records of the supplier/s.
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Post by aquinobryce28 on Thu Nov 24, 2016 11:59 am

Much thanks po, just want to clarify if the Omnibus Sworn Statement is included in the records that can be maintained? or the supplier shall execute Omnibus Sworn Statement in every transaction considering that it is notarized

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Re: Post-qualification under small value procurement

Post by judayski on Tue Jan 03, 2017 11:06 am

Good day!

clarification po, under the revised IRR guidelines for SVP, receipt of one quotation is sufficient to proceed with evaluation. Does it mean sending to only one supplier is enough? or we need to attach the RFQs that was sent to other supplier, despite posting of project at Philgeps?
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Re: Post-qualification under small value procurement

Post by markshinoda on Tue Jan 03, 2017 1:07 pm

judayski wrote:Good day!

clarification po, under the revised IRR guidelines for SVP, receipt of one quotation is sufficient to proceed with evaluation. Does it mean sending to only one supplier is enough? or we need to attach the RFQs that was sent to other supplier, despite posting of project at Philgeps?
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ii. The BAC shall prepare and send the RFQs/RFPs to at least three (3) suppliers, contractors or consultants of known qualifications. This, notwithstanding, those who responded through any of the required postings shall be allowed to participate. Receipt of at least one (1) quotation is sufficient to proceed with the evaluation thereof.

You should invite at least 3 suppliers/service providers to satisfy the procedure and attach it as a supporting docs as a proof that you invited at least 3 suppliers.
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