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Best Practices Guide to the Law and IRR for Procurement of Consulting Services



Training investment is inclusive of an e-certificate and a printed learning material

P 7,880.00 / person - when you register and pay on or before September 4

P 8,880.00 / person - Regular Rate

*Optional:
Add P450 for a printed copy of a certificate of attendance inclusive of delivery charge


WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 5 & 6, 2023 * 1:30PM TO 4:45PM


To cope with the Covid-19 pandemic, the government issued new regulations to fulfill its mandate to implement the procurement of consulting services.

Learn government procurement processes and procedures on consulting services based on RA 9184, its 2016 IRR, and the recent issuances of the Government Procurement Policy Board (GPPB), its Technical Services Office (TSO), Guidelines in the formulation and revision of APP, Registration, Eligibility Requirements, Submission of Bids under the PhilGEPS, and many more!

This three-session training is intended both for public and the private sector. For government officials, join and update your knowledge to avoid getting into trouble. For those in the private sector who wants to offer consulting services to the government, enroll and learn all you can to avoid disqualification due to non-compliance!



Course Director & Lecturer



Atty. Zoilo L. Andin Jr.


He is a practitioner, lecturer, consultant, and adviser to many national and local government agencies, private companies, and law firms on procurement law. His expertise in public procurements was honed by his former government positions:

• President and Chief Operations Officer, NORTHRAIL Corporation
• Deputy Administrator, Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System
• Executive Director of the National Solid Waste Management Commission and the Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission

After leaving government service in 2018, he earned his Public Procurement Specialist Certification from the Government Procurement Policy Board (GPPB) and National Engineering Center of the University of the Philippines (UP-NEC) and has since become a regular lecturer on Government Procurements for the MCLE Programs of the UP College of Law and the Ateneo School of Law.

Who Should Attend?


  • Heads of Procuring Entities
  • BAC of National Gov't Agencies
  • BAC of Local Gov't Units (LGUs)
  • BAC of GOCCs
  • BAC Secretariat Members
  • BAC TWG Members
  • Suppliers and Service Providers
  • Contractors and Consultants
  • Those who want to participate in Bidding for Government Projects
Course Outline


1. Fundamental Principles of Public Procurement

      a. Coverage of RA 9184 of Government Procurement Reform Act (GPRA)
          i.  Scope and Application of GPRA
          ii. Instances When GPRA Does Not Apply
     
      b. Procurement Organizations (Composition, Roles, and Responsibilities)
              i.  National Level Organizations (GPPB, GPPB-TSO, PS-DBM, and PhilGEPS)
              ii. Agency-Level Organizations
                  1. Head of Procuring Entity (HoPE)
                  2. Bids and Awards Committee (BAC): for National Government Agencies and Government Corporations and for
                      Local Government Units (with updated powers and functions of the BAC)
                  3. Technical Working Group (TWG)
                  4. BAC Secretariat
                  5. Observers
                  6. End Users (with updated responsibilities and functions of the End-Users)

2. Electronic Tools for the Conduct of Procurement Activities (GPPB Resolution No. 24-2018)
   
    a. Web-meetings
    b. Electronic Digital Signatures and Submissions to GPPB-TSO
    c. Webcasting and Videoconferencing
    d. Requirements for Online/ Electronic Bid Submission
    e. GPPB Online Portal and Posting for Procurements under Bayanihan 2
    f. Template Backlisting Order and Online Blacklisting Portal

3. Procurement Planning, Management, and Monitoring (PPMP, APP, APP-CSE, PMR, and APCPI) for Consulting Services

    a. Types of Consultancy Services
    b. Preparation of Terms of Reference (TOR)
    c. Determination of Evaluation Criteria (QBE or QCBE)
    d. Determination of ABC
    e. Annual Cash Based and Multi-Year Budget (E.O. 91)
    f.  Selection of Procurement Modality
    g. Consolidation, Revisions, and Approvals

4. Philippine Bidding Documents (5th  edition  PBDs)   for Consulting Services

    a. Part 1:
        i.    Section I. Request for Expressions of Interest (REI)
        ii.   Section II. Eligibility Documents (ED)*
        iii.  Section III. Eligibility Data Sheet (EDS)

    b. Part 2:
        i.    Section I. Notice of Eligibility and Short Listing
        ii.   Section II. Instructions to Bidders (ITB)*
        iii.  Section III. Bid Data Sheet (BDS)
        iv.  Section IV. General Conditions of Contract (GCC)*
        v.   Section V. Special Conditions of Contract (SCC)
        vi.  Section VI. Terms of Reference
        vii.  Section VII. Bidding Forms and Templates (updated per GPPB Resolution No. 16-2020 and GPPB Circular No. 04-2020)
        viii. Section VIII. Appendices

5. Standard and Electronic Bidding Procedures for Consulting Services

    a. Part 1:
        i.   Pre-procurement Conference
        ii.  Posting or Advertisement (when allowed) of REI for Short-Listing of Consultants
        iii. Pre-Selection Conference and Bid Bulletins (PE/ BAC Discretion)
        iv. Sealing and Marking of Eligibility Documents
        v.  Submission of Eligibility Documents (with updates from GPPB Resolution No. 09-2020)
        vi. Evaluation, Ranking, and Approval of Short-List

    b. Part 2
        i.    Issuance of Bid Documents to Short-Listed Consultants
        ii.   Pre-Bid Conference and Bid Bulletins
        iii.   Sealing and Marking of Bids
        iv.   Modification and Withdrawal of Bids
        v.   Bid Submission and Receipt (with updates from GPPB Resolution No. 09-2020)
        vi.  Opening and Preliminary Examination of Bids
        vii.  Bid Security
        viii. Compliance with Technical Specifications and Requirements
        ix.   Compliance with Financial Requirements and Bid
        x.   Detailed Bid Evaluation, Ranking and Approval of Ranking of Bids
        xi.   Negotiations with the Bidder that submitted the Highest Rated Bid (HRRB)
        xii.  Post-qualification
        xiii. Award of Contract
        xiv. Performance Security
        xv.  Contract Execution
        xvi. Notice to Proceed

6. Alternative Modes of Procurement (AMP) FOR CONSULTING SERVICES

    a. Limited Source Bidding (Section 49)

    b. Negotiated Procurements (Section 53) (that apply to Consulting Service)
        i.    Two-Failed Biddings (Section 1)
        ii.   Emergency Cases (Section 53.2) (with updates from GPPB Resolution Nos. 03-2020 and 05-2020)
        iii.  Take-Over Contracts (Section 3)
        iv.   Adjacent and Contiguous Contract (Section 4)
        v.   Agency to Agency (Section 5)
        vi.  Scientific, Scholarly, or Artistic Work, Exclusive Technology, and Media Services (Section 6)
        vii.  Highly Technical/ Confidential Consultants (Section 7)
        viii. Defense Cooperation Agreements (Section 8)
        ix.   Small Value Procurement (SVP) (Section 9)
        x.   NGO Participation (Section 11)
        xi.  UN Agencies, International Organizations or International Financing Institutions (Section 13)

7. Early Procurement Activities (EPA)

8. Request for Reconsideration and Protest Mechanism

9. Declaration of Failure of Bidding by the BAC (with updates from GPPB Resolution No. 09-2020)

10. Reservation Clause or Declaration of Failure of Bidding by the HoPE

11. Guidelines on the Imposition of Liquidated Damages

12. Criminal, Civil, & Administrative Provisions; and Blacklisting Guidelines (with updates from GPPB Resolution Nos. 14-2020 on
      the Template Blacklisting Order and the use of the Online Blacklisting Portal)



Attendees from the government are exempted from the P2,000.00 limit set by COA for attending training provided by the private sector based on Department of Budget and Management Circular No. 563 dated April 22, 2016.

Attending this training is not covered by Philippine Procurement Law or RA 9184 based on its Revised IRR’s Section 4.5-b. which classifies training continuing education, conferences and similar activities as "non-procurement activities that shall be governed by applicable COA, CSC, and DBM rules".
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