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Procurement Notice: for translator to work on Mongolia’s sixth National Human Development Report (NHDR) on ‘Building for Tomorrow: Including Youth in Mongolia’s Development’
|Procurement Notice: for qualified service provider-legal entity for the provision of internet connectivity to UNDP Mongolia.||RFP/2016/001||
As a public organization entrusted with donor funds and committed to supporting Mongolia’s development, UNDP Mongolia abides by the following principles:
- Best Value for Money
- Fairness, Integrity and Transparency
- Effective International Competition
- In the best interest of UNDP
UNDP Procurement is governed by an Internal Control Framework as well as the norms contained in the Financial Disclosure and Declaration of Interest, and Impartiality Statements (FDP). In order to provide a faster procurement process and delivery of goods and/or services, UNDP observes the local and international market, negotiates and maintains local Long Term Agreements (LTA) for goods and services that are frequently used by Business Units and development partners.
If the value of the goods, services or simple works to be procured is below USD 5,000, Micro-Purchasing may be used. This method uses a simple canvassing template, and procurement staff may obtain pricing information over the phone, internet, or by visiting local vendors. Micro-purchasing can normally be done in 1 or 2 days. Award is made to the lowest price available.
A Request for Quotation (RFQ) is an informal invitation to submit a quotation, used for goods/services/civil works valued between USD 5,000 and USD 100,000. Depending on the complexity of the requirement, vendors will be given 3 to 10 business days to respond to an RFQ. Prices, and other commercial terms and conditions are requested and award is made to the lowest priced technically acceptable offer.
An Invitation to Bid (ITB) is a formal invitation to submit a bid, usually associated with requirements that are clearly and concisely defined, with an estimated procurement value of USD 100,000 or more. Normally price is the sole determinant in making an award. Where all technical criteria are met, an award is made to the lowest bidder. Vendors will normally be given 15 business days or more to respond, depending on the complexity of the requirement. In some cases involving large and complex contracts, vendors may be asked to pre-qualify.
A Request for Proposal (RFP) is a formal request to submit a proposal usually associated with requirements for services, which cannot be clearly or concisely defined, with an estimated procurement value of USD 100,000 or more. Price is only one of several factors comprising the evaluation criteria. Award is made to the qualified bidder whose bid substantially conforms to the requirement set forth on the solicitation documents and is evaluated to be the lowest cost to UNDP. Vendors are normally given 15 business days or more to respond to an RFP. In some cases, vendors may be required to pre-qualify.
Exceptionally and when it is deemed in the best interest of UNDP, procurement staff may buy goods or services through Direct Contracting.
The following table provides a summary of the various Procurement Methods:
Terms of Contract
In order to become a vendor to UNDP, you must accept the General Terms and Conditions of Contract (GTCs). A copy of these GTCs is included in bidding documents. UNDP procurement staff may not modify these terms of contract, and any alterations require the advice and consent of the Legal Support Office (LSO).
- General Terms and Conditions for Goods
- General Conditions of Contract for Civil Works
- UNDP General Conditions for Purchase Orders
- General Conditions of Contract the ICs
The followings are the commonly used Contract types with templates:
List of contract awards
As of August 1, 2013: List of contracts above $100,000 awarded over a 12 month period:
|Project title||Vendor name||Value|
| UN Water and Sanitation
|UN Water and Sanitation
|| Altain Builaast LLC
Procurement at UNDPUNDP Global website
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