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Procurement Principle and Guidance to WIN Bidding Process

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Training on
Procurement Principle and Guidance
to WIN Bidding Process
30-31 January 2016

Procurement is the process of procuring goods, works and services. In procuring, the institution is to purchase goods, recruit service and contract civil works. The procurement goal is to deliver the identified inputs, be they goods, works or services, at the right time, at the right place, and the right price, at the right quality and at the right quantity.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
  • Understand procurement process sequentially starting with the planning of procurement.
  • Understand basic principles of the government’s procurement policy.
  • Understand the Term Conflict of Interest and avoid them.
  • Identify the suitability of the goods/equipment/services to be purchased.
  • Conduct Bid Evaluation based on selected criteria.
  • Have high opportunity to be awarded in each government’s bidding process.
COURSE CONTENTS
Module 1: Fundamental of Procurement Principle and Concept
  • Definition of each Procurement Principle
  • Categories of Procurement
  • Procurement process/cycle
Module 2: Prohibited Practices and Conflict of Interest
  • Corrupt Practice
  • Fraudulent Practice
  • Collusive Practice
  • Coercive Practice
  • Conflict of Interest
Module 3: Methods of Procurement and Their Use
  • How would you select a method to be suitable for each procurement exercise?
  • Does the estimated value and complexity of procurement impact procurement processes? How?
  • Method of Procurement of Goods and Work.
  • Method of Procurement of Services
Module 4: Preparation of Technical Specification and Term of Reference
  • Technical specification and its communication to the institution’s requirement.
  • Critical concepts of Specification Preparation.
  • Term of Reference for consultant’s services and the standard parts.
Module 5: Goods Procurement Processes
  • Planning of Procurement package
  • Preparation of technical specification.
  • Issuance of Invitation for Bid (IFB) and Bidding Document.
  • Receipt and storage of Bids.
  • Public Bid Opening.
  • Bid Evaluation.
  • Contract Awards and Contract Signing.
Module 6: Consultant’s Service Procurement Processes
  • Planning of Procurement package
  • Preparation of Term of Reference
  • Issuance of Request for Expression of Interest (REOI)
  • Evaluation of Consultant’s Expression of Interest (EOI) and proposes of Shortlist.
  • Invitation to Request for Proposal (RFP)
  • Evaluation of Consultant’s Proposal.
  • Contract Negotiation.
  • Contract Awards and Contract Signing.
Module 7: Critical observation for Private Companies/Enterprises as Bidders
  • Invitation for Bid
  • Eligibility of bidder
  • Cost of Bidding
  • Clarification and Amendment of Bid
  • Document establishing eligibility and qualification of the bidders
  • Bidding Form and Signing of Bids.
  • Deadline for Bid Submission and Bid opening.
Module 8: Key Techniques in Preparing Substantially Responsive Bid
  • Understanding the Preliminary Examination of Bids
  • Post-qualification and Award
  • Bid Forms
Module 9: Contract Agreement (Goods)
  • Meaning of Contract
  • Applicable Law
  • Scope of Supply
  • Delivery of Goods and Document
  • Payment
  • Performance Security
  • Warranty of Goods
TRAINER PROFILE
Mr. Kong Samphy is a Master Degree of Public Law and Bachelor Degree of Law holder. Samphy successfully completed of the World Bank Procurement Training Workshop organized by Ministry of Economy and Finance and the World Bank and attended Training of Trainer on the Use of Manual Role of Men and Benefit of Changes, Ministry of Women’s Affairs. Samphy has provided Procurement Training to: Project Management, Technical Staff and Advisors of the Project for Agricultural Development and Economic Empowerment.; Managed Procurement Workshop to MAFF-PSU Project Staffs both National and Sub-national level, identifying Procurement Issues and giving proper technical solutions; and Provided Procurement Audit to 5 PADEE target provinces. Mr. Samphy is currently working for Ministry of Commerce, Department of International Cooperation (DICO), Trade Development Support Program (TDSP), Multi Donor Trust Fund administered by World Bank, as a National Procurement Consultant. Previously, he worked for several institutions in the same field of Procurement such as Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of National Assembly-Senate Relation and Inspection (MONASRI), Street Children Association and Development Program, Ministry of Women’s Affairs and Ministry of Health.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
  • Procurement and contract management analysts, managers, & directors
  • Contract administrators
  • Acquisition specialists, managers, and directors
  • Project managers
  • Private Companies which interest in Bidding to Supply of Goods to the Government.
  • Technical Advisor who is willing to learn how to get the right job.
  • Subcontractors, quality assurance personnel, and others looking to advance their career

COURSE DETAILS
Date:                30-31 January 2016
Venue:             Hotel/Restaurant located in Phnom Penh
Time:                8 am- 5 pm
Language:       Khmer
Fee:                 US$ 250 (Includes VAT)
Early Bird:       US$ 230 (Register before January 28, 2016)
The Fee includes: Lunch, Refreshment, Materials and  Certificate. 

Educational Development Institute (EDI)
#22, St. 51┴154, SangkatPhsarThmei III, Khan Daun Penh, Phnom Penh.
Tel: 023 966 967 / 015 728 123 / 015 729 123 / 012 915 895 / 016 557 123
Email:  info@edi-cambodia.org  /  training@edi-cambodia.org
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