Grounds for Declaration of Ineligible/Non-complying Bidder (Bid Opening)

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Grounds for Declaration of Ineligible/Non-complying Bidder (Bid Opening)

Post by hgcare on Wed Oct 19, 2016 1:27 pm

13:06:29] hgcare : Hi..May I respectfully refer to you the denial for our MR by a PE with the following quoted phrase in their letter reply : "Your company was declared as ineligible/non-complying bidder during the Opening of Bids on September 4, 14, 2016 at 1:30 PM at the BAC Conference Room, WVSU Medical Center on the ground that you failed to comply the technical specifications as indicated in Section VII of the bidding documents."..... Is the ground stated therein valid?

Is not that we declare a Bidder as "Passed" or "Failed" (Terminology) if they fail to comply with the requirements as required during the Bid Opening for submmittal or attachment? That "non-complying" in the Technical Components refers to the required documents, etc that should be present not on the compliance to the Technical Specifications..

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Post by kimstar on Fri Dec 23, 2016 6:23 pm

That "non-complying" in the Technical Components refers to the required documents, etc that should be present not on the compliance to the Technical Specifications.."underscoring supplied.

My take here is that it is the bidder's compliance to the Technical Specification that is required and being evaluated, and not compliance to the documents checklist as required. If it is of the latter, then at which point will the BAC resort to now validate the bidder's product or offered services according to the required specs? It will be complicated if the bidder is awarded first of the product or service procured and then only to find out later that said bidder offered a product or service that is inferior or not complying at all to the end-user's requirements. Hence, prior validation (before the award) whether the bidder complies or not is vital.

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