Supply and Delivery of Medical Supplies to be used by ATI Employees for health and safety measure

The Agricultural Training Institute (ATI) invites interested suppliers to submit quotation/proposals for the hereunder requirements:

Supply and Delivery of Medical Supplies to be used by ATI Employees for health and safety measure.

Budget for the Contract = PHP 267,000.00.

For more details, please download the Request for Quotation (RFQ) Form at the PhilGEPS website or contact the ATI BAC Secretariat through tel. no. (02) 8-929-8541 to 49, or email

1. Submission of:
For: PhilGEPS Red Membership
-Mayor/Business Permit
-PhilGEPS Registration Number

For: PhilGEPS Platinum Membership
-Certificate of Platinum Membership

Omnibus Sworn Statement
Income/Business Tax Return


1. Suppliers are required to read the instructions and fill all the blanks properly. Prospective suppliers are required to use the official RFQ Form in accomplishing their bid proposals/quotations.
2. Any specifications other than those required/stated in this form shall not be considered in the evaluation of the bid.
3. Quotation/s must include all kinds of taxes for the item listed hereunder, including delivery charges.
4. Always indicate the brand name/model of the offered item(s) or product.
5. Price quotation(s) submitted shall be valid THIRTY (30) days from the deadline for submission of quotations.
6. Terms of Payment within – Thirty (30) days from delivery of item/s.
7. Quotation(s)/ Proposal(s) shall be submitted to the ATI-BAC Secretariat, Information Services Division, Ground Floor, ATI Central Office, Elliptical Road, Diliman Quezon City.
8. The bidder is required to affix his/her signature, across the flap of the sealed envelope.
9. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF BIDS: December 3, 2020 (Thursday) at 9:00 a.m.
10. Awarding shall be done by lot.

The ATI assumes no responsibility whatsoever to compensate or indemnify bidders for any expenses incurred in the preparation of the quotation.


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