Procurement

Integrated Coastal Zone Management - Project Procurement Manual

The purpose of this Manual is to inform the concerned staff of NPMU , SPMU and implementing agencies, the objectives of the project, guidelines for implementation of the project and to keep the officers informed about various procurement procedures applicable to this project. As the responsibility for the implementation of project, award and administration of contracts lies with the Borrower, it is important to get acquainted with the procurement procedures of the World Bank. Procurement of all works, goods and consultancy services under the project would be carried out in accordance with the World Bank's "Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits" dated May 2004; revised October. 2006 and "Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers" dated May 2004, revised October. 2006 and the provisions stipulated in the Financing Agreement [Hereafter called "Bank Procurement Guidelines"]. These Guidelines published by the World Bank need to be understood and followed by the Central and State Governments so as to enable them to procure "Work's", "Good's" and "Consultant Service's" in the project. Adoption of these procedures will ultimately result in efficiency, economy, fairness and transparency in procurement. If there is a conflict between the procurement procedures laid down in the Bank Procurement Guidelines and this manual, the GFR 2005 or state government/any PEAs procurement procedures then Bank Procurement Guidelines will prevail in the Project.

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