Procurement notices

 

           Dear Partner,

       We are pleased to inform that UNDP has implemented an on-line tendering system. The eTendering system is designed to facilitate the UNDP tender process through online                 interaction. The system aims to enhance the integrity and transparency of the tender process and also enables the streamlining of the procurement process: Bidders can use             eTendering to submit their bids, view solicitation documents and receive automatic notifications from the system whenever an event has been modified.

       The eTendering system addresses UNDP’s fundamental procurement values, such as fairness, integrity, transparency and

        accountability.

       Some of the main benefits of the eTendering system are:

        ✓ Electronic sealed bids: The eTendering system encrypts the bids submitted in the system and does not allow anyone to view any information provided before the bidding         deadline.

        ✓ Electronic stamping of the bids: The system stamps all information submitted by bidders and prevents anyone from altering, deleting, or adding anything to the bid after the         deadline for submission.

        ✓ No late submissions are accepted: The system will automatically not accept any bid after the deadline.

        ✓ Streamlines the bidding process: Bidders can register in the system, retrieve all information and solicitation documents, and receive automatic notifications on certain stages of         the procurement process. Bidders may also submit their bid online, edit it directly in the system, and receive automatic notifications once the evaluation is finalized and the         contract is awarded.

        ✓ Provides an audit trail: As the eTendering system records all activity in the system, it keeps an audit trail for increased accountability and transparency.

        We hereby inform you that an online training for using the eTendering system for bidders will be conducted via Skype on 22 May 2019,  Wednesday, at 12:00 PM           Copenhagen time.

        All participants can join the training session through the direct Skype link. The session will be conducted in English Language and  translation will be available in French.

        Additional training sessions will be organized in the next few months and their schedule will be timely announced.

        No registration is required to participate in the Skype session, but the number of participants is limited to 250 per session. Before attending a training session, bidders are         strongly encouraged to familiarize themselves with the eTendering system by reviewing the guides/videos available on eTendering Resources for Bidders on UNDP internet         webpage.

        Procurement Unit

        UNDP Armenia


           eTendering Webinars for Bidders

           Please be informed that the use of eTendering will become mandatory from 01 September 2019 for large value contract estimated

           USD 150,000 and higher.

           Bidders are invited to participate in eTendering Webinars developed for bidders in English and Russian.

           17 -May-19  at 18:00 -20:00 Copenhagen time  (GMT+2)

           https://meet.lync.com/undp-org/roland.koxhaj/R79W257C in English

           06 -June-19  at 10:00 -12:00 Copenhagen time  (GMT+2)

           https://meet.lync.com/undp-org/vladimir.popnikolov/QVMW3F4Q in Russian

           Procurement Unit

           UNDP Armenia

Procurement

How we do business

The UNDP in Armenia Procurement Unit aims to providing quality service and effective delivery. UNDP procurement is based on the principles of:

Best Value for Money, which consists of the selection of the offer that best meets the end-users’ needs and that presents the best return on investment. Best Value for Money is the   result of several factors, including quality, experience, the vendor’s reputation, life-cycle costs and benefits, and parameters that measure how well the good or service allows the   organization to meet its social, environmental or other strategic objectives.

Fairness, Integrity and Transparency, which ensures that competitive processes are fair, open, and rules-based. All potential vendors should be treated equally, and the process   should feature clear evaluation criteria, unambiguous solicitation instructions, realistic requirements, and rules and procedures that are easy to understand.

Effective International Competition, understood as giving all potential vendors timely and adequate information on UNDP requirements, as well as equal opportunity to participate   in procurement actions, and restricting them only when it is absolutely necessary to achieve UNDP development goals.

In the best interest of UNDP, which means that any business transactions must conform to the mandates and principles of UNDP and the United Nations.

In order to provide a faster procurement process and delivery of goods and/or services, UNDP observes the local and international market, negotiates and maintains local Long  Term   Agreements (LTA) for goods and services that are frequently used by Business Units and development partners.

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List of contract awards over $100,000

 

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Contract Title

Country of UNDP Office

Contract Ref

Contractor Name

Contract Amount, USD

Contract Year

1.               

RFQ 031/18 for the constructing of irrigation systems for fruit orchards in Bagratashen (LOT №1)

and Pthavan (LOT №2) settlements of Ayrum community, Voskevan (LOT №3) settlement of Noyemberyan community and

Aygehovit (LOT №4) community of Tavush region

ARMENIA

RFQ 031/18

Yeritsyan LLC (Armenia)

128,802.53

2018

2.               

Supply of 30 pieces of 135 sq.m. unheated greenhouses to Ijevan, Berd areas of Tavush region.

ARMENIA

RFQ 022/18

CARD Agroservice (Armenia)

112,500

2018

3.               

Services on the use of Information Technologies for Improving the Accountability and Transparency of Border Services

ARMENIA

RFP 066/17

Flexibility Integrity Professionals Software Inc. (Canada)

128,000

2017

4.               

Preparation of detailed design and tender documentation for modernization of the Meghri border crossing point in the Republic of Armenia

ARMENIA

RFP 034/17

Euro Consult LLC (FYR Macedonia)

238,339

2017

5.               

Capital renovation of youth and child center in Erebuni administrative district of Yerevan city

ARMENIA

ITB 029/17

Bedeck LLC (Armenia)

463,748

2017

6.               

Capital Renovation of kindergarten #160 in Kanaker-Zeytun administrative district of Yerevan city

Armenia

ITB 018/17

Vahagn PC (Armenia)

163,370

2017

7.               

Supply of chain tracked tractors and combine harvesters

Armenia

ITB 020/17

Specmash LLC (Armenia)

128,231

2017

8.               

Supply of Anti-hail nets for the communities of Armenia

Armenia

RFQ 016/17

RATIFICIO PADANO SRL (Italy)

114,905

2017

9.               

Supply of energy efficient light equipment for street illumination of the Arshakunyats street in Yerevan city

Armenia

RFQ 010/17

Schreder TOV (Ukraine)

101,010

2017

10.            

Supply and delivery of mobile farm houses to the RoA Gegharkunik Marz

Armenia

RFQ 035/16

MAGGA PC (Armenia)

116,400

2016

11.            

Procurement of Fertilizers

Armenia

RFQ 002/16

“Shen Taniq” LLC (Armenia)

108,692

2016

12.            

Supply of laboratory equipment for Ministry of Agriculture's State Food Security Service.

Armenia

RFQ 075/15

KVN TRADE LLC (China)

130,243

2016

13.            

Supply of passport/document readers for the needs of the National Security service of the republic of Armenia

Armenia

ITB 055/15

Redinet CJSC (Armenia)

440,540

2015

14.            

Supply, delivery and installation of X-ray imaging inspection equipment for 3 BCPs

Armenia

ITB 027/15

AREMPA INTERNATIONAL LIMITED FZE (UAE)

7,375,200

2015

15.            

Supply of various equipment for use in custom departments.

Armenia

RFQ 085/14

KVN TRADE LLC (China)

140,453

2015

16.            

Implementation of forest rehabilitation and afforestation activities in Gegharkunik Marz

Armenia

RFP 075/14

Young Foresters Union (Armenia)

120,740

2014

17.            

Supply of transceiver, racks, UPS and Switches for AYRUM – BAGRATASHEN

Armenia

RFQ 078/14

IUNetworks LLC (Armenia)

146,140

2014

18.            

Supply of Medical Equipment for Border Crossing Points in Republic of Armenia.

Armenia

RFQ 077/14

KVN TRADE LLC (China)

112,129

2014

19.            

Procurement of LED Street Luminaries for Yerevan, RA

Armenia

ITB 037/14

Comelec S.A. (Belgium)

312,703

2014

20.            

Installation of Fiber-optic, and 2) Design and built works for fiber-optic Networks’ Installation

Armenia

Direct contract

UCOM LLC (Armenia

106,341

2014

21.            

Preparation of Schematic Plans of communities for Preparation and Implementation of Agricultural Census in the Republic of Armenia in 2014.

Armenia

RFQ 035/14

Teghanq LLC (Armenia)

104,168

2014

22.            

Civil Works for road reconstruction of 6.8 Km section of highway M3 in the Republic of Armenia

Armenia

ITB 013/14

Chanaparah LLC (Armenia)

3,945,176

2014

23.            

Reconstruction of public parks in Malatia-Sebastia District of Yerevan.

Armenia

ITB 011/14

ERKNACER LLC (Armenia)

117,034

2014

24.            

Supply of the fiber-optic cables connectivity equipment

Armenia

ITB 038/13

IUNETWORKS LLC (Armenia)

679,130

2013

25.            

Supply of machinery for Wastewater treatment plant in Dilijan city, Armenia

Armenia

RFQ 041/13

Karcomauto (Armenia)

149,394

2013

26.            

Professional Services by “Electric Networks of Armenia” CJSC for connection of “Bavra” and “Gogavan” BCP-s of the RA to the electric networks

Armenia

ARM/011/2013

Electric Networks of Armenia CJSC (Armenia)

138,088

2013

27.            

Design and Built Works for Fiber-optic Networks to Bavra and Gogavan BCP

Armenia

ITB 005/13

UCOM LLC (Armenia)

752,759

2013

28.            

Design and built works for gas supply networks in Bavra and Gogavan border cross points

Armenia

ITB 008/13

N1 Building Department (Armenia)

600,192

2013

29.            

Relocation of the Ashotsk-Ninotsminda 110 kV High Voltage Electricity Transmission Towers from the Bavra BCP construction site

Armenia

ITB 007/13

“Artashati” ETSSH (Armenia)

138,332

2013

30.            

Design and Built Works for Fiber-optic Networks to Bavra and Gogavan BCP

Armenia

ITB 005/13

UCOM LLC (Armenia)

752,759

2013

31.            

Design and reconstruction works of Bagratashen, Bavra and Gogavan Border Crossing Points within project “Modernization of Bagratashen, Bavra and Gogavan Border Crossing Points of the Republic of Armenia

Armenia

ITB 116/12

SADE CGTH SA (France)

38,900,581

2013

32.            

Detailed design and supervision services for rehabilitation of the 6.8 km section of highway M3 in the Republic of Armenia

Armenia

RFP 106/12

Arhis LLC (Latvia)

155,557

2013

33.            

Procurement of “Replacement of HCFC-141b as Foam Blowing Agent

Armenia

ITB 061/12

Transfair GmbH (Germany)

434,665

2013

34.            

Technical supervision on design and construction of border crossing points Bagratashen Bavra and Gogavan in the Republic of Armenia

Armenia

RFP 088/12

Safege Consulting Engineers (Belgium)

2,681,245

2013

 

 

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