The Public Procurement Act 2006 (PPA 2006) is the modern procurement legislation based upon UNCITRAL Model Law. PPA 2006 was enacted in 2006 and came in force in 2008. Answer the following problems which relate to PPA 2006.
problem 1: State all five (5) objectives that the PPA 2006 aims to accomplish.
problem 2: In brief illustrate out how these objectives may conflict with each other.
problem 3: Compare between Request for Sealed Quotations and Restricted Bidding procurement methods.
problem 4: Direct Procurement technique is considered as the least transparent procurement technique. Illustrate out Direct Procurement.
problem 5: State all three (3) situations where the employ of direct procurement is permitted.
problem 6: Illustrate out the significance of opening bids in presence of bidders.
problem 7: Recognize two (2) circumstances where a public body, prior to the acceptance of the bid, might reject all bids or cancel public procurement proceedings.
problem 8: Illustrate out the term “lowest evaluated substantially responsive bid”.
problem 9: The Challenge and Review mechanism might delay the procurement lead time. Justify two possible reasons for the public procurement system to have the challenge and review procedure.
problem 10: State all two (2) remedies that the Independent Review Panel might order if it determines that there is merit in the case.