Presentation on theme: "1 WORLD BANK PROCUREMENT PLANNING. 2 Identify procurement items in project scope (goods, works, service) Decide strategy Separate contracts for each component:"— Presentation transcript:
2 Identify procurement items in project scope (goods, works, service) Decide strategy Separate contracts for each component: OR Single responsibility for groups of contracts: OR Turnkey for entire project Considerations Technical interface Sources of supply Coordination capability Time Package Similar items Transportation Goods vs works vs services
3 PROCUREMENT PLANNING Choice of Procedure ICB // LIB // Shopping // Single Source Scheduling Assess: Lead Time Administrative requirements and process Contract performance Review process Determine critical path Develop schedule for each contract Assess staff resources Monitor periodically Procure per applicable procedures Cofinancing aspects
4 PROCUREMENT PLAN Importance Serves as an execution and monitoring tool for procurement of goods, works and services Basis for procurement and modifications Basis for procurement reviews and audit Basis for a successful project implementation
5 PROCUREMENT ARRANGEMENTS  Name of package or contract  Indicate code: CW for civil works; S&I for supply and install; G for goods; TK for turn-key; SC for specialized services; CS for Consulting Services; TA for technical assistants; TR for training  Indicate number of slices, major items or sub-packages expected in the package  Expressed in US$000; for example 5,000 = US$5,000,000  Indicate ICB, LIB, NCB, IS, NS, DC, Q (for minor civil works); FA for Force Account; QCBS for Quality and Cost Base Selection of consultant firms; QBS for Quality based Selection of consultant firms; FXB for Fixed Budget Selection of Consultant Firms; LCS for Least Cost Selection of Consultant Firms; CM for commercial practices for selection of consultants by private sector beneficiaries; SS for Sole-Sourcing of firms or individuals; Other for recurrent costs on the basis of administrative procedures based on acceptable schedule and budget  If needed  To match Procurement Table PROCUREMENT PLAN Estimated Dates Con- tract Signing Con- tract Signing Bid/RFP 1.Invitation 2.Opening 3.Eval. & Recom. 4.Contract Award (BD/RFP) 1.Invitation Pre-qual 6 /EOI 1.Invitation 2.Opening 3.Eval. & Recom. Procure- ment Method 5 Estimated cost 4 Number Of slices/ Items/ Sub- packages 3 Type 2 Descrip- tion 1 Indicate total 7
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