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  1. 1. E-Bidding: An Introduction "On-the-job Training for Account Assistants" August 06, 2012Office of the Treasury and Accounts Control Hetauda, Makawanpur Conducted by: Er. Prabin Tandan Building Technology Research and Training Centre Hetauda, Makawanpur BTRTC/03
  2. 2. BIDDING : A FREE COMPETITION BTRTC/03
  3. 3. E-BIDDING: GENERAL DEFINITION E-bidding E- P RE-Bidding is one O Cof the three stages U E-executionof E-procurement R E M E N T E-payment BTRTC/03
  4. 4. E-BIDDING: GENERAL DEFINITIONE-procurement is the procuring/buying ofgoods/services or construction work throughelectronic medium.E-bidding is the process of bidding throughelectronic medium. BTRTC/03
  5. 5. Procurement Process Buyer Design / Drawing / Estimate / BoQ / Specs etc Bid Document Procurement Act / Regulation Invitation Bidder Document Viewing Document Buying / Obtaining Document Compiling Filling Receive / Submission Opening EVALUATION, AWARD, IMPLEMENTATION BTRTC/03
  6. 6. E-BIDDING: SIMPLY A MEDIUM Traditional (Hard Copy) Bidding BUYER/ BIDDER/ EMPLOYER CONTRACTOR E-Bidding BTRTC/03
  7. 7. E-BIDDING: PRACTICE IN NEPALCurrently E-submission only (Evaluation andContract Awarding done manually)Public Account Committee (PAC) of the Parliamentdirected the government to implement E-biddingsystem in all government bodies for the contract ofover Rs. 25 lakhs.Compulsory for Contracts>1.0 croreCurrently using Buyers in Nepal: DUDBC, DoR,RAP, Nepal Telecom etc. BTRTC/03
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  9. 9. E-Procurement in Department of Urban Development & Building Construction BTRTC/03
  10. 10. E-BIDDING: MERITSIs more transparentHelps check unwarranted pressure on biddingPromotes free and fare competition (savesvaluable Government budget)Saves time (Indian Railway Contract awardedwithin 4 hrs!)Record of bidding can be easily extracted forfuture reference BTRTC/03
  11. 11. E-BIDDING: MODULE4 Components:- Site Administrator’s Section (Server operator) Buyer’s Bidder’s Section Section (all (Employer) interested contractors) General Viewer/Public BTRTC/03
  12. 12. E-BIDDING: MODULECOMPONENT CAN DO CAN’T DO PASSWORDSite Register Access bidding Has ownAdministrator buyer/bidder process passwordBuyer Publish/Down Access Needs -load/Award bidder’s page password TenderBidder Submit/ Access buyer’s Needs Modify Bid page/Delete bid passwordGeneral View Access bidding Doesn’t needViewer Tenders process password BTRTC/03
  13. 13. Facility made available in moduleTender Notice, Bid information by BuyerAmendment by BuyerBid submission by BidderModification/substitution/withdrawal byBidderSecure submitted BidsBid opening and acquire bids for evaluationNotice of successful bidder BTRTC/03
  14. 14. E-BIDDING: INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON SITEInformation About E-procurementTendersAwarded ContractsFrequently Asked Questions BTRTC/03
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  18. 18. List of Available Tenders BTRTC/03
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  20. 20. E-BIDDING: RELATED ISSUESMaking manpower well-acquainted to theprocess (providing Training to the staff)Interruption by Load-shedding (needs reliablepower back-up)Problem due to slow connectivity (fast internetservice of 512 kbps needed) BTRTC/03
  21. 21. E-BIDDING: RECENT DEVELOPMENTSSimplification of Tender amendment processfor BuyerFacility to upload bidding documents inmultiple sessions for BidderDocument management system (DMS) BTRTC/03
  22. 22. E-BIDDING: IN THE FUTUREUse of Digital SignatureA complete E-procurement system (Evaluationand tender awarding also conducted throughinternet) BTRTC/03
  23. 23. E-BIDDING: IN THE FUTUREUse of Digital SignatureA complete E-procurement system (Evaluationand tender awarding also conducted throughinternet) BTRTC/03
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