Procurement

Procurement Methods

UNDP Procurement is based on competitive bidding. Depending on the type, complexity, size and value of the project and its procurement elements, commonly used methods of solicitation include:

REQUEST FOR QUOTATION (RFQ)

An RFQ is an informal invitation to submit a quotation, usually for goods/services/civil works at a value of between USD2,500 and USD100,000. Prices, and other commercial terms and conditions are requested and an award is given to the lowest-priced, technically-acceptable offer.

INVITATION TO BID (ITB)

An 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 USD100,000 or more. Normally price is the sole determinant in making an award. Where all technical criteria are met, an award is given to the lowest bidder.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)

An RFP is a formal request to submit a proposal, usually associated with requirements for services that cannot be clearly or concisely defined, with an estimated procurement value of USD100,000 or more. Price is only one of several factors comprising the evaluation criteria. An award is given to the qualified bidder whose bid substantially conforms to the requirements set forth on the solicitation documents and is evaluated to have the lowest cost for UNDP.

In some cases, exceptions to competitive bidding are made and direct contracting is used. This usually happens when a Long-Term Agreement (LTA) is in place, either globally (IAPSO or HQ) or locally (at country office level).

For values less than USD2,500 country offices may engage in local shopping.

Evaluation of Offers

Depending on the procurement method, different factors are used in the evaluation process.

When evaluating RFQs and ITBs, the price is the most important element. In contrast to this, an RFP requires a technical evaluation. The technical component primarily determines whether the proposal will be accepted or declined. Additionally, UNDP evaluates its products and services based on the following criteria:

GOODS:

  • Meet technical specifications
  • Delivery
  • Environmentally sound
  • Quality Assurance
  • Accuracy of documentation
  • Speed of response
  • Customer service

SERVICES:

  • Provides Technical Solutions
  • Competency

Conditions of Contract

In order to be a future supplier for the United Nations Development Programme, contractors must accept UNDP’s General Terms and Conditions.

For more information visit: http://www.undp.org/procurement

Procurement Notices

 

List of contract awards

Project title

Vendor name

Value $

Installation of LED traffic lights in Tuzla crossroads

Step dd sarajevo

111,813.00

Raspberry seedlings for farmers in Srebrenica Municipality

HEKO doo Bugojno

160,858.00

Reconstruction on new municipal premises in Cultural center in Bratunac

PROGRES Bratunac

185,327.00

Asphalt paving of Pervani_grabosko road

Zvornikputevi; Zvornik

248,051.00

Provision of extension services in Srebrenica region

Reg Savjetodavna sluzba Bratunac

209,876.00

Installation of Anti-balst doors on 14 ammunition storages

Consortium Albera & Profit

231,904.00

Reconstruction and establishment of two MDR TB wards (Sarajevo and Banja Luka)

Medico inzenjering

115,071.00

Civil works on rehabilitation and reconstruction of Kazani-Gostilj, water transportation pipeline in Srebrenica

SF Inzenjering

153,833.00

Supply and distribution of diagnostic tests HIV/HCV

Farmavita

206,673.00

Dispose of 147,354 piece of fuses and hand grenades

Binas d.d.

126,310.00

Construction works on energy efficient reconstruction of Culture Centre Bihac

Alivuk doo Bihac

146,991.00

Replacement of old joinery and construction of thermal facade on Milici primary school

JOKIC-INVEST d.o.o. Zvornik

136,250.00

Reconstruction of Laboratories for diagnostic of tuberculosis -Clinical Hospital Zenica and Clinical Hospital for pulmonary diseases in Travnik

INTEGRA d.o.o. Zenica

179,118.00

Reconstruction of Laboratory for diagnostic of tuberculosis - Clinical Hospital Bihac

VISAK doo Mostar

123,439.00

Reconstruction works on energy efficient reconstruction of Dom Vojske (municipal administration and culture building)in Doboj

Simpro doo Doboj

157,396.00

energy efficient reconstruction of heating system of Culture Centre Bihac

GTO d.o.o. Bihac

125,389.00

Construction of expanding of Business incubator production facilities, in the Srebrenica Industrial zone

"DZENA" d.o.o. Gradacac

132,743.00

Reconstruction of Laboratory for diagnostic of tuberculosis within the Clinical Hospital for pulmonary diseases Podhrastovi Clinic in Sarajevo

Unigradnja doo

670,552.00

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