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ITB- 5916 Procurement of 15 detection Canines for UNODC
Procurement Process :ITB - Invitation to bid AFG10 - 0000005916   Click here to participate
Deadline :04-Jun-20 @ 07:00 AM (New York time)
Posted on :09-May-20 @ 03:24 AM (New York time)
Reference Number :65676
Link to Atlas Project :
Non-UNDP Project
Documents :
5916 - Letter of Invitation.docx
5916 - ITB for Procurement of Canines for UNODC
UNDP eTendering User Guide for Bidders 2018
FAQ for bidders Release No 4 June 2016
Overview :

ITB- 5916 Procurement of 15 detection Canines for UNODC


UNDP/AFG/ITB/2020/0000005916 – Procurement of 15 detection Canines for UNODC Afghanistan. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) hereby invites you to submit a Bid to this Invitation to Bid (ITB) for the above-referenced subject. This ITB includes the following documents and the General Terms and Conditions of Contract which is inserted in the Bid Data Sheet: Section 1: This Letter of Invitation Section 2: Instruction to Bidders Section 3: Bid Data Sheet (BDS) Section 4: Evaluation Criteria Section 5: Schedule of Requirements and Technical Specifications Section 6: Returnable Bidding Forms o Form A: Bid Submission Form o Form B: Bidder Information Form o Form C: Joint Venture/Consortium/Association Information Form o Form D: Qualification Form o Form E: Format of Technical Bid o Form F: Price Schedule If you are interested in submitting a Bid in response to this ITB, please prepare your offer comprising of all required documents should be submitted in accordance with Section 3, through the UNDP ATLAS E-Tendering system, which can be accessed at No hard copy or email submissions will be accepted by UNDP: The step by step instructions for registration of bidders and quotation/proposal submission through the UNDP ATLAS E-Tendering system is available in the instructions manual for the bidders, attached with this ITB. Should you require any training on the UNDP ATLAS E-Tendering system or face with any difficulties when registering your company or submitting your bid, please send an email to the E-Tendering Help Desk at or call +93728999757 during office hours to request for help. The bidders are advised to use Internet Explorer (Version 10 or above) browser to avoid any compatibility issues with the E-Tendering system. Please refer to E-Tendering system for closing date of this ITB. Kindly go through this invitation letter and other documents attached here to this ITB. Should you have any question or require any clarification, please feel free to send an email to the procurement officer at Please note that UNDP implements a policy of zero tolerance on proscribed practices, including fraud, corruption, collusion, unethical practices, and obstruction. UNDP is committed to preventing, identifying and addressing all acts of fraud and corrupt practices against UNDP as well as third parties involved in UNDP activities. (See and for full description of the policies) UNDP looks forward to receiving your Bid and thanks you in advance for your interest in UNDP procurement opportunities.

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