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Post by luxia on Tue Apr 13, 2010 4:46 pm

We had three failures of public biddings for the same desktop computers since 2009 because of bidder ineligibilities; now, we are again conducting a public bidding for the same desktop computers because negotiated procurement was not allowed. since computers are rapidly being updated, both for hardware and software, and the specifications stated are already out of the market and, therefore, will not be met by the bidder/s, will there be a failure of public bidding because of this? (although we have a provision in the specifications, that suppliers can offer equivalent specifications)
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Re: technical specifications

Post by charlie brown on Tue Apr 13, 2010 5:30 pm

luxia wrote:We had three failures of public biddings for the same desktop computers since 2009 because of bidder ineligibilities; now, we are again conducting a public bidding for the same desktop computers because negotiated procurement was not allowed. since computers are rapidly being updated, both for hardware and software, and the specifications stated are already out of the market and, therefore, will not be met by the bidder/s, will there be a failure of public bidding because of this? (although we have a provision in the specifications, that suppliers can offer equivalent specifications)

I suggest you review the technical specs and the ABC before you proceed with the new bidding activity. the review of the specs will ensure that your computers are those available in the market and the ABC is relevant.
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Post by sunriser431 on Tue Apr 13, 2010 10:28 pm

luxia wrote:We had three failures of public biddings for the same desktop computers since 2009 because of bidder ineligibilities; now, we are again conducting a public bidding for the same desktop computers because negotiated procurement was not allowed. since computers are rapidly being updated, both for hardware and software, and the specifications stated are already out of the market and, therefore, will not be met by the bidder/s, will there be a failure of public bidding because of this? (although we have a provision in the specifications, that suppliers can offer equivalent specifications)
For your guidance
excerpt from the revised IRR
Section 35. Failure of Bidding
35.1 xxxx
35.2. In order to determine the reason for the failed bidding, the BAC shall conduct a mandatory review and evaluation of the terms, conditions, and specifications in the Bidding Documents, including its cost estimates.
35.3. Based on its findings, the BAC shall revise the terms, conditions, and specifications, and if necessary, adjust the ABC, subject to the required approvals, and conduct a re-bidding with re-advertisement and/or posting, as provided for in Section 21.2 of this IRR.
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Post by charlie brown on Thu Apr 15, 2010 11:52 am

luxia wrote:We had three failures of public biddings for the same desktop computers since 2009 because of bidder ineligibilities; now, we are again conducting a public bidding for the same desktop computers because negotiated procurement was not allowed. since computers are rapidly being updated, both for hardware and software, and the specifications stated are already out of the market and, therefore, will not be met by the bidder/s, will there be a failure of public bidding because of this? (although we have a provision in the specifications, that suppliers can offer equivalent specifications)

just curios... why were you not allowed to negotiate after two failed competitive biddings?
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Re: technical specifications

Post by Niwram on Thu Apr 15, 2010 12:08 pm

i agree with sunriser and charlie brown that after the first failed bidding you must review and evaluate to determine the cause or reason for the failed bidding.. also after the second failed bidding you can again review and this time you can resort to negotiated procurement under section 53 of the revised IRR.. how come that negotiated procurement was not allowed in your case?
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Post by msm326 on Mon Apr 19, 2010 10:53 am

Same with other active posters, review first the technical specifications and the ABC too. We cannot resort to negotiated procurement of ITs since are so many providers of these components maybe there are points in the specifications that need to be revisit and review.
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