Procurement

This section is specifically designed to assist vendors who are looking for business opportunities with UNDP Lao PDR. In order to be a future supplier for the United Nations Development Programme, you have to accept our General Terms and Conditions. Depending on your deliverables, the following applies; General Terms and Conditions for Goods; General Conditions of Contract for Professional Services; UNDP General Conditions for Purchase Orders; General Conditions of Contract for Civil Works; Supplier Code of Conduct.

Procurement Notices

Procurement Category                   
 
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Notice                     
 
Posted Deadline

Request for Quotation

 
RFQ_004_2016 Request for Quotation for the supply of toners   13 July 2016 22 July 2016
Request for Quotation




 
RFQ_003_2016

Request for Quotation

For Supply of 4 Motorbikes for Inclusive and Sustainable New Community"ISNC" in Saravanh Province

 

21 June 2016

(Extend deadline)

6 July 2016

Request for Quotation


 
RFQ_002_2016

Request for quotation for provision of Internet services to UN agencies (UNDP, UNICEF, WFP, UNODC) in Lao PDR

Annex 1 Contract form

Annex 2 General term
 

23 February 2016 17 March 2016
Request for Proposal  RFP_001_2016

Request for Proposal
International Institutute to Proposals to deliver English Traning Course for Court Officials.

 

22 February 2016 18 March 2016(Extention dead line)
Expression of Interest    EOI_001_2016 Invitation for Expression of Interest 25 January 2016  27 February 2016
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How does UNDP do business

UNDP Lao PDR procures goods and services through competitive solicitations. The following methods are used for the procurement of goods and services:

Request for Quotation (RFQ):

Evaluation of offers:

Depending on the procurement method, different factors take on the key role in the evaluation process. When evaluating RFQs and ITBs, the price is the most important element. In contrast to this, 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:The most flexible and least formal method that is applied for procuring goods, services and/or works. RFQs call for a written quotation. RFQ applies to contracts exceeding US$2,500 but less than US$100,000.

 

Invitation to Bid (ITB):

An ITB is normally used whenever the entity is not required to propose technical approaches to a project activity, or to offer management or supervision of an activity. ITBs are used when the entity is to provide its cost requirements to meet precise specifications sought from UNDP. This is normally the case when UNDP buys goods. It may also apply to work contracts and services that can be expressed quantitatively and qualitatively. ITB applies to contracts exceeding $100,000.

 

Request for Proposal (RFP):

RFP is used when the inputs and/or outputs cannot be quantitatively and qualitatively expressed at the time the invitation is made, as for example when consulting or similar services are sought. A RFP may also be used for purchase of complex goods when you are not sure of the functional specifications and wish to seek proposals. RFP applies to contracts exceeding $100,000.

 

Evaluation of offers:

Depending on the procurement method, different factors take on the key role in the evaluation process. When evaluating RFQs and ITBs, the price is the most important element. In contrast to this, RFP requires a technical evaluation. The technical component primarily determines whether the proposal will be accepted or declined.