Tender for $173 Million in Food Rations

The Dominican Republic's National Student Welfare Institute bids for the supply of school lunch food rations and their distribution in public schools during the 2021-2022 school term.

Friday, April 9, 2021

Dominican Republic Government Purchase INABIE-CCC-LPN-2021-0009:

"The purpose of this call is the Supply of Food Rations of the School Lunch and its Distribution in Public Educational Centers during the 2021-2022 school period, carried out by the National Institute of Student Welfare, Ministry of Education, Extended School Day Modality, aimed at Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) that present kitchens installed in the National Territory.

A 20% advance payment will be made to the MSMEs upon presentation of the policies: of the proper use of the advance payment and 1% of the faithful fulfillment of the contract, this payment will be made 45 to 60 working days after the certification of the contract by the General Comptroller of the Republic, as long as it is up to date with its obligations (Taxes, TSS, RPE and Certification of the Bank Account registered in the Financial Management System (SIGEF) through Purchasing and Contracting.

The remaining 80% will be paid upon presentation of the invoices during the execution of the contract by applying the amortization of the advance payment, which will be provided by the Accounting Division. Payments will be made by bank draft and in accordance with the payment policy established by the National Treasury of the Republic (period of 45 to 60 working days) from the date of receipt of the file, having verified the validity and conformity of the documents submitted.

Period for consultations by the interested parties expires on April 30, 2021."

Reference value: $173,344,827.

Deadline for receipt of bids: May 24, 2021.

See tender.

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