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Post by bogkalabog on Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:09 pm

The Contract of our Security Services provider was supposed to end last Nov. 16, 2009. However, it was extended to 6 months with the HOPE invoking GPPB Board Resolution No. 003-2006. Understanding the need to have a new contract by May 15, 2010, the BAC conducted a public bidding on Feb 23, 2010 which was declared a failure because of various labor and benefit obligation issues which were not properly addressed by the bidders. As a result, thereof, a re-biding was held last April 06, 2010, but was also declared a "failure" because of the same reason.

Based on the foregoing, what are the legal steps our agency can take so that we can have a security services provider that can be awarded with a contract that passed through a regular public bidding?

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Post by Guest on Thu Apr 15, 2010 6:17 pm

The options available to you is either conduct a competitive public bidding or try a negotiated procurement of 2 failed bidding.

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Post by sunriser431 on Thu Apr 15, 2010 9:17 pm

bogkalabog wrote:The Contract of our Security Services provider was supposed to end last Nov. 16, 2009. However, it was extended to 6 months with the HOPE invoking GPPB Board Resolution No. 003-2006. Understanding the need to have a new contract by May 15, 2010, the BAC conducted a public bidding on Feb 23, 2010 which was declared a failure because of various labor and benefit obligation issues which were not properly addressed by the bidders. As a result, thereof, a re-biding was held last April 06, 2010, but was also declared a "failure" because of the same reason.

Based on the foregoing, what are the legal steps our agency can take so that we can have a security services provider that can be awarded with a contract that passed through a regular public bidding?

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Here the latest guidelines on contract extension. click this link http://www.gppb.gov.ph/issuances/Guidelines/2007/Extension%20of%20Contracts%20for%20General%20Support%20Services.pdf
and this link http://www.gppb.gov.ph/issuances/Guidelines/2007/Procurement%20of%20Security%20and%20Janitorial%20Services.pdf
Hope it will help. bounce
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Post by Niwram on Fri Apr 16, 2010 12:38 pm

bogkalabog wrote:The Contract of our Security Services provider was supposed to end last Nov. 16, 2009. However, it was extended to 6 months with the HOPE invoking GPPB Board Resolution No. 003-2006. Understanding the need to have a new contract by May 15, 2010, the BAC conducted a public bidding on Feb 23, 2010 which was declared a failure because of various labor and benefit obligation issues which were not properly addressed by the bidders. As a result, thereof, a re-biding was held last April 06, 2010, but was also declared a "failure" because of the same reason.

Based on the foregoing, what are the legal steps our agency can take so that we can have a security services provider that can be awarded with a contract that passed through a regular public bidding?

thanks

You can extend again the contract which shall be reported to the GPPB by the HOPE or his/her duly authorized representative in writing because it will already exceed six months.. Or you can resort to Negotiated Procurement.
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Post by charlie brown on Fri Apr 16, 2010 12:45 pm

bogkalabog wrote:The Contract of our Security Services provider was supposed to end last Nov. 16, 2009. However, it was extended to 6 months with the HOPE invoking GPPB Board Resolution No. 003-2006. Understanding the need to have a new contract by May 15, 2010, the BAC conducted a public bidding on Feb 23, 2010 which was declared a failure because of various labor and benefit obligation issues which were not properly addressed by the bidders. As a result, thereof, a re-biding was held last April 06, 2010, but was also declared a "failure" because of the same reason.

Based on the foregoing, what are the legal steps our agency can take so that we can have a security services provider that can be awarded with a contract that passed through a regular public bidding?

thanks

I am curious as to these labor and benefit obligation issues that have caused the failure of your biddings. perhaps you should look into these. From my experience the bidding for sucurity services is quiet straightforward as we are guided by the PADPAO rates that pretty takes care of the mandated benefits. Perhaps you may want to elaborate on this. If you are bent on a competitive bidding you still have time as your existing contract maybe extended to a max of 1 year but subject to GPPB approval.
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