Procurement

How does UNDP do business

UNDP Procurement is based on competitive bidding. Depending on the type, complexity, size and value of the project and its procurement elements, commonly used methods of solicitation include:

Request for Quotation (RFQ)
An RFQ is an informal invitation to submit a quotation, usually for goods/services/civil works at a value between US$2,500 and $100,000. Prices, and other commercial terms and conditions are requested and award is made to the lowest priced technically acceptable offer.

Invitation to Bid (ITB)
An ITB is a formal invitation to submit a bid, usually associated with requirements that are clearly and concisely defined, with an estimated procurement value of US$100,000 or more. Normally price is the sole determinant in making an award. Where all technical criteria are met, award is made to the lowest bidder.

Request for Proposal (RFP)
An RFP is a formal request to submit a proposal, usually associated with requirements for services, which cannot be clearly or concisely defined, with an estimated procurement value of US$ 100,000 or more. Price is only one of several factors comprising the evaluation criteria. Award is made to the qualified bidder whose bid substantially conforms to the requirement set forth on the solicitation documents and is evaluated to be the lowest cost to UNDP. In some cases, exceptions to competition are being made and direct contracting is used. This usually happens when a Long-Term Agreement (LTA) is in place, either globally (IAPSO or HQ) or locally (at country office level).

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List of contract awards

The table below shows the list of vendors with contracts above USD 100,000 hired by UNDP in Georgia in the period of January 2012 - June 2013.

Project title
Vendor name
Value US$
2013    
  • Fostering Regional and Local Development in Georgia
  • Enhancing Gender Equality in Georgia
 LTD ACT 105,510
  • Fostering Regional and Local Development in Georgia
  • A Strong Parliament in a Consolidated Democracy
  • Assistance to Electoral Process in Georgia
  • Media Monitoring
Branch of Coca Cola Bottles Georgia (GPH) 170,242
  • Fostering Regional and Local Development in Georgia
  • A Strong Parliament in a Consolidated Democracy
  • Enhancing Gender Equality in Georgia
  • Legal Aids
LTD Ambasadori in Kachreti 129,270
Abkhazia Community Revitalization LTD Grand Story 308,409
Abkhazia Community Revitalization LTD USK 142,862
Eliminating Pops from the Environment Polyeco 522,000
Enhancing Gender Equality in Georgia Publicis ZenithOptimedia 148,560
Abkhazia Community Revitalization I.E. Eshba Daur Teimurazovich 150,240
Climate Resilient Flood and Flash Flood Management Vaisala OYJ 572,088
UNDP CO VIP BTC LTD 121,077
Abkhazia Community Revitalization LTD Stolitza 135,781
Abkhazia Community Revitalization LTD Grand Story 170,513.49
2012    
Abkhazia Community Revitalization LTD Grand Story 156,328.36
Abkhazia Community Revitalization LTD Grand Story 204,677.12
Abkhazia Community Revitalization LTD USK 181,406.00
Abkhazia Community Revitalization LTD Stolidsa 112,174.08
Abkhazia Community Revitalization Astrophysics Inc 131,000.00
Skills for Employment and Income Generation
LTD MC Group 106,426.00
Contact UNDP in Georgia
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UN House, 9 Eristavi Street

Tbilisi 0179 Georgia

Phone: +995 32 2251126

Fax: +995 32 2250271

E-mail: registry.ge@undp.org

Human Resources

Nana Batlidze

Human Resources Team Leader

Phone: +995 32 2251126 ext.127

E-mail: nana.batlidze@undp.org

Procurement

Nana Jamburia

Procurement/Logistics Team Leader

Phone: +995 32 2251126 ext.120

E-mail: nana.jamburia@undp.org

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