Procurement method to be selected

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(1) A public entity shall make procurement by applying any of the following methods based on such conditions and purchase price as prescribed:

(a) For the procurement of goods, works or other services:
(1) Inviting international open bidding,
(2) Inviting national open bidding,
(3) Inviting sealed quotations,
(4) Direct procurement,
(5) Through participation of users’ committee or beneficiary group,
(6) Through a forced account,
(7)23 Lump sum piece rate method,
Explanation: For the purposes of this sub-clause, “lump sum piece rate method” means the method of submitting bids by undertaking to perform the act by what percent less or more than the quantity of each unit and total figure of the cost estimate.
(8) 24 Method of procurement from the producer or authorized seller at the specified rate (catalogue shopping),
Explanation: For the purposes of this sub-clause, “method of procurement from the producer or authorized seller at the specified rate (catalogue shopping)” means the method of procurement through competition in the price specified by the company producing goods of equivalent level after the company which manufactures any goods has published the selling price set by it on the basis of the characteristics, quality and facilities of the product in the website or brochure of the concerned company.
(9) 25 Method of procurement where limited bidders participate (limited tendering),
Explanation: For the purposes of this sub-clause, “method of procurement where limited bidders participate (limited tendering)” means the method of procurement through competition between such producers, suppliers or service providers only if there are limited producers, suppliers or service providers in the procurement of any goods, construction works or services.
(10) 26Method of procurement whereby the new one is procured by returning the old one (buy-back method),
Explanation: For the purposes of this sub-clause, “method of procurement whereby the new one is procured by returning the old one (buy-back method),” means the method whereby, in the case of those goods or machinery, equipment which become of no use after a certain period of time or cannot be auctioned or stored or used from the point of view of public health and environment, the new one is procured by returning such goods or machineries, equipment, upon making their valuation as prescribed, to the concerned manufacturer or supplier.
(b) For the procurement of consultancy services:
(1) By requesting competitive proposals,
(2) Through direct negotiations.
(2) In making procurement pursuant to this Act and the rules framed under this Act, procurement shall not be so made in slices as to limit competition.
(3)27 The provisions relating to the methods of procurement referred to in sub-clauses (7), (8), (9) and (10) of clause (a) of subsection (1) shall be as prescribed.

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