The process of acquisition of goods, works or services by a procuring entity.
· June 2, 2021
IFMIS provides the ability to digitally accept bid responses and in doing so, accelerate the adoption of e-procurement by public entities
· December 1, 2020
May involve either direct community participation or organized community participation through the appointment of community based service providers.
· November 24, 2020
Saves time through reduced negotiation times as a set auction date increases the bidder’s ability to meet the procurement deadlines.
· November 22, 2020
Utilized where the public entity requires goods, works or non-consultancy services but is not able to determine the exact quantities required at the time of entering into the agreement.
· November 17, 2020
Getting work done by a public entity or semi-autonomous government agency using its own personnel & equipment (or hired labour).
· November 16, 2020
Allows different bidders to provide competitive quotations for products and services, among which the best will be selected.
· November 13, 2020
Usually the least preferred method as it sets aside the rules that ensure there’s competition among the suppliers. Only used under exceptional circumstances.
· November 10, 2020
Useful when a public procuring entity needs to purchase low-value items that are not frequently procured and are not covered in a framework agreement.
· November 6, 2020
The submission of the technical and financial proposals happens in 2 different stages and at completely separate times as opposed to the same time.
· October 22, 2020
A competitive procurement method that limits requests for tenders to suppliers, contractors or service providers already shortlisted by a procuring entity.
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