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Posted on November 24, 2021

1. Internet Services FY 2022, Technical Specifications
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2. Janitorial Services FY 2022, Technical Specifications
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3. Security Services FY 2022, Technical Specifications
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For complete details about the Notice of Bidding, please see the table below.


In accordance with the provisions of R.A. 9184, the following personnel are hereby designated as members of the Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) of PSHS–CVC.

Composition of the PSHS-CVC Bids and Awards Committee (PSHS-CVC BAC)

The members of the BAC therefore advised to familiarized themselves with the prescrived procurement process in accordance with the implementating rules and regulations of R.A. 9184.

Moreover, BAC functions shall be given utmost priority over all other duties (jury duty) while the bidding process in on–going.

Functions of the BAC

The BAC shall have the following functions:

  1. Advertise and/or post the invitation to bid/request for expressions of interest;
  2. Conduct pre–precurement and pre–bid conferences;
  3. Determine the eligibility of prospective bidders;
  4. Receive bids;
  5. Conduct the evaluation of bids;
  6. Undertake post–qualification proceedings;
  7. Resolve motions for reconsideration;
  8. Recommend award of contracts to the Head of the Procuring Entity or his duly authorized representative;
  9. Recommend the imposition of sanctions in accordance with Rule XXIII of R.A. 9184;
  10. Recommend to the Head of the Procuring Entity the use of Alternative Methods of Procurement as provided for in Rule XVI; and
  11. Perform such other related functions as may be necessary, including the creation of a Technical Working Group (TWG) from a pool of technical, financial, and/or legal experts to assist in the procurement process, particularly in the eligibility screening, evaluation of bids, and post–qualification.

The BAC shall be responsible for ensuring that the procuring entity abides by the standards set forth by the Act and the IRR, and it shall prepare a procurement monitoring report in the form prescribed by the GPPB. The procurement monitoring report shall cover all procurement activities specified in the APP, whether ongoing and completed, from the holding of the pre–procurement conference to the issuance of notice of award and the approval of the contract, including the standard and actual time for each major procurement activity. The procurement monitoring report shall be approved and submitted by the Head of the Procuring Entity to the GPPB in printed and electronic format within fourteen (14) calendar days after the end of each semester.

Functions of the BAC Secretariat

The Secretariat will serve as the main support unit of the BAC and shall have the following functions and responsibilities:

  1. Provide administrative support to the BAC;
  2. Organize and make all necessary arrangements for BAC meetings and conferences;
  3. Prepare minutes of meetings and resolutions of the BAC;
  4. Take custody or procurement documents and other records;
  5. Manage the sale and distribution of Bidding Documents to interested bidders;
  6. Advertise and/or post bidding opportunities, including Bidding Documents, and notices of awads;
  7. Assist in managing the procurement processes;
  8. Monitor procurement activities and milestones for proper reporting to relevant agencies when required;
  9. Consolidate PPMPs from various units of the procuring entity to make them available for review as indicated in Section 7 of this IRR; and
  10. Act as the central channel of communications for the BAC with end users, PMOs, other units of the line agency, other government agencies, providers of goods, infrastructure projects, and consulting services, observers, and the general public.

The

Philippine Science High School System

is a service institute of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) whose mandate is to offer scholarship in secondary education with special emphasis on subjects pertaining to the sciences to prepare its students for a science career (R.A. 3661). Its primary function is to administer the country's scholarship program in special secondary education.

Vision

We are a leading science high school in the Asia Pacific Region preparing our scholars to become globally competitive Filipino scientists equipped with 21st century skills and imbued with the core values of truth, excellence, and service to nation.

Mission

The Philippine Science High School, operating under one System of Governance and Management, provides scholarship to students with high aptitude in science and mathematics.

The PSHS System offers an education that is humanistic in spirit, global in perspective, and patriotic in orientation. It is based on a curriculum that emphasizes science and mathematics and the development of well–rounded individuals.

The PSHS System prepares its students for careers in Science and Technology and contributes to nation building by helping the country attain a critical mass of professionals and leaders in Science and Technology.



Symbolism

A pearl buried inside a tightly–shut shell is practically worthless. Government information is a pearl meant to be shared with the public in order to maximize its inherent value.

The Transparency Seal, depicted by a pearl shining out of an open shell, is a symbol of a policy shift towards openness in access to government information. On the one hand, it hopes to inspire Filipinos in the civil service to be more open to citizen engagement; on the other, to invite the Filipino citizenry to exercise their right to participate in governance.

This initiative is envisioned as a step in the right directions towards solidifying the position of the Philippines as the Pearl of the Orient — a shining example for democratic virtue in the region.

I. Agency's Mandate and Functions

II. DBM Approved Budget and Corresponding Targets

III. Modifications Made Pursuant to the General and Special Provisions in the FY 2018 GAA (not applicable)

IV. Annual Procurement Plan (APP)

V. Major Projects, Programs and Activities, Beneficiaries, and Status of Implementation

VI. Annual Financial Reports — 2016–2021

  1. 2016 Performance and 2018 Target
  2. SAAOBDB (FAR No. 1)
  3. Summary Reports on Disbursements
  4. Quarterly Physical Report of Operations/Physical Plan (BAR No. 1)
  5. Quarterly Report of Revenue and Other Receipts (FAR No. 5)
  6. Financial Plan
    • FY 2017

VII. Annual Reports on the Status of Income (not applicable)

VIII. QMS Certification

IX. QMS Manuals

X. System Ranking Delivery Units

XI. The Agency Review and Compliance Procedure of Statements and Financial Disclosure

XII. The Final People's Freedom to Information (FOI)

XIII. Procurement Monitoring Report (PMR)

XIV. Agency Procurement Compliance and Performance Indicator (APCPI) Self-Assessment Form