Unified GPPB-PhilGEPS Forum

engrjhez® at 07h43
03
Oct
2010
Unified GPPB-PhilGEPS Forum

I learned that the PhilGEPS is gearing towards a roll-out training preparing for Virtual Store and Online Bid Submissions. With the advent of new features, it was said that a unified training scheme is inevitable. This means that GPPB-TSO Composite Team of Trainers will be expected to discuss features related to PhilGEPS and the PhilGEPS National Pool of Trainers are also expected to discuss provisions of R.A.9184 as a whole (although admittedly, there may still be a transition...
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Am a newbie PhilGEPS user, may I inquire if all procurement including small value procurements needs to be posted in the PhilGEPS Website
PhilGEPS is pleased to announce the new contact numbers: General Concern: Trunkline (632)584-9619 (PLDT) Supplier Concerns: (0915) 704-3951 (Globe) (0939) 684-9416 (Smart) Buyer Concerns: (0915) 532-9352 (Globe) Source: www.philgeps.net
i am already registered , but why can't i log in ?
please advise po if posting in the philgeps is required for emergency purchase/case and takeover of contract.
Good Day, may i request the group if anyone can provide a link for GPPB Guidelines for procurement agent. Thanks
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