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Regulation 231 (2)

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A NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AWARD CONTRACT

Post  RRM on Thu May 29, 2014 6:19 pm

thanksme,

as you have highlighted before, the content of the Intention to Award are covered by REG 231(4). Therefore, they should be the same.

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Re: Regulation 231 (2)

Post  RJM on Thu May 29, 2014 12:30 pm

thanksme,

Going by R 231(2) of GN NO. 446 of 2013, the answer is Yes - " ....... issue a notice of intention to award the contract to all tenderers who participated in the tender in question given them 14 days to submit a complaint a complaint, if any.

It goes without say - the content of the notice will be the same. Treat it as you are issuing an addendum to the bidding documents.
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Re: Regulation 231 (2)

Post  thanksme on Thu May 29, 2014 5:50 am

suppose the tendering process involved bidder X,Y,Z. and the lowest evaluated bidder is X, will the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AWARD be sent to All bidders {X,Y,Z}, and with the exception of their addresses will the content of NOTICE be the same?
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Re: Regulation 231 (2)

Post  RJM on Tue May 27, 2014 3:58 pm

thanksme,

Definitely, Yes,  those information will appear in the notice. What is the issue?
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A NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AWARD CONTRACT

Post  thanksme on Tue May 27, 2014 2:11 am

My concern is on the composition of A NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AWARD CONTRACT. REG 231(4). will those information be written in the same notice? that is
(a) name of the successful tenderer;
(b) the contract sum and completion or delivery period;
(c) reasons as to why the tenderers were not
successful.
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Re: Regulation 231 (2)

Post  RJM on Mon May 26, 2014 4:19 pm

thanksme,

What is the issue with the regulation you are referring to? Simply, this is a "cool-off period"  or "standstill period" . Its purpose is to allow unsuccessful bidders to challenge the awarding decision before notification of award is issued. In in the other countries - is before the contract is signed.
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Regulation 231 (2)

Post  thanksme on Sat May 24, 2014 11:42 pm

Any clarification on that regulation.
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