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Information Technology Package

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, CULTURE, SCIENCE & SPORTS has floated a tender for Information Technology Package.The project location is Mongolia and the tender is closing on 05 Mar 2020. The tender notice number is CS-04, while the TOT Ref Number is 31426884. Bidders can have further information about the tender and can request the complete tender document by registering on the site.

Procurement Summary

Country : Mongolia

Summary : Information Technology Package

Deadline : 05 Mar 2020

Purchaser's Detail

Purchaser : MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, CULTURE, SCIENCE & SPORTS
Ulaanbaatar, Sukhbaatar district, Baga toiruu-44, Government Building III Tel : 262227 Fax: 323158
Mongolia
Email :info@mecs.gov.mn
URL :https://mecss.gov.mn/

Other Information

TOT Ref No. : 31426884

Document Ref. No. : CS-04

Competition : ICB

Financier : Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Tender Details

Procurement Plan for Information Technology Package. A. Regulation and Reference Documents 1. The procedures to be followed for national competitive bidding shall be those set forth in the Public Procurement Law of Mongolia of 1 December 2005, effective 1 February 2006, as amended in February 2007; July 2009; and February, June and December 2011 (hereinafter referred to as PPLM), with the clarifications and modifications described in the following paragraphs required for compliance with the provisions of the ADB Procurement Guidelines. B. Procurement Procedures 1. Eligibility [Recommended standard provision] 2. The eligibility of bidders shall be as defined under section I of the Procurement Guidelines; accordingly, no bidder or potential bidder should be declared ineligible for reasons other than those provided in section I of the Guidelines, as amended from time to time. 3. Government-owned enterprises in Mongolia shall be eligible for projects only if they can establish that they: (i) are legally and financially autonomous; (ii) operate under the principles of commercial law; and (iii) are not dependent agencies of the Borrower, Beneficiary, Recipient Executing Agency and/or the Implementing Agency. 2. Participation of Foreign Bidders 4. International bidders from eligible countries of ADB shall be allowed to participate in local procurement and may not be denied participation due to nationality. 3. Preferences 5. No domestic preference shall be given for domestic bidders and for domestically manufactured goods. 4. Prequalification and Registration 6. Prequalification is discouraged for procurement contracts using NCB. When used, particularly for works contracts, an individual prequalification exercise is acceptable for each contract as is the use of a registration system (or approved standing list) of contractors based on criteria such as experience, financial capacity, and technical capacity. Foreign bidders from eligible countries must, however, be allowed to register and to bid without unreasonable cost or additional requirements. 5. Rejection of All Bids and Rebidding 7. All bids shall not be rejected or new bids invited without ADB`s prior written concurrence. 8. No bid shall be rejected merely on the basis of a comparison with the estimated cost or budget ceiling without ADB`s prior written concurrence (with specific reference to Article 30 of the PPLM). C. Bidding Documents 6. Use of Bidding Documents 9. National Standard Bidding Documents Goods and Works that have been approved for procurement in ADB-financed projects shall be used. 7. Language 10. Bidding documents may be prepared in other languages, but a copy of the bidding documents must be made available in English and submitted to ADB for review. 8. Bid Validity 11. Bidders shall be requested to extend the validity of their bids only under exceptional circumstances and the Executing or Implementing Agency, as the case may be, shall communicate such request for extension to all bidders before the date of expiry of their bids. When the procurement is subject to ADB`s prior review, the Executing or Implementing Agency, as the case may be, shall obtain in a timely manner the prior written concurrence of ADB for the extension of the bid validity period. 9. Bid Evaluation 12. Evaluation and qualification criteria, and submission requirements, to be used in each bidding activity shall be clearly specified in the bidding documents. The evaluation of bids shall be done in strict adherence to the criteria specified in the bidding documents. 13. Negotiations with bidders shall not be undertaken before award of contract, except as provided in Paragraph 2.63 of ADB`s Procurement Guidelines A bidder shall not be required, as a condition for award, to undertake obligations not specified in the bidding documents or otherwise to modify its bid as originally submitted. 14. At the same time that notification on award of contract is given to the successful bidder, the results of the bid evaluation shall be posted on a well-known freely accessible website (namely Mongolia`s Ministry of Finance e-procurement website: www.e-procurement.mn) identifying the bid and lot numbers and providing information on the: (i) name of each bidder that submitted a bid; (ii) bid prices as read out at bid opening; (iii) names of bidders whose bids were rejected and the reasons for their rejection; and (iv) name of the winning bidder, and the price it offered, as well as the duration and summary scope of the contract awarded. The Executing Agency or Implementing Agency, as the case may be, shall respond in writing to unsuccessful bidders who seek explanations on the grounds on which their bids were not selected. 10. ADB Policy Clauses 15. A provision shall be included in all NCB works and goods contracts financed by ADB requiring suppliers and contractors to permit ADB to inspect their accounts and records and other documents relating to the bid submission and the performance of the contract, and to have them audited by auditors appointed by ADB. 16. A provision shall be included in all bidding documents for NCB works and goods contracts financed by ADB stating that the Borrower shall reject a proposal for award if it determines that the bidder recommended for award has, directly or through an agent, engaged in corrupt, fraudulent, collusive, coercive or obstructive practices in competing for the contract in question. 17. A provision shall be included in all bidding documents for NCB works and goods contracts financed by ADB stating that ADB will declare a firm or individual ineligible, either indefinitely or for a stated period, to be awarded a contract financed by ADB, if it at any time determines that the firm or individual has, directly or through an agent, engaged in corrupt, fraudulent, collusive, coercive or obstructive practices or any integrity violation in competing for, or in executing, ADB-financed contract

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