State Procurement - 9 months of 2018 year

The Business Plan 2018 of the JSC "Electricity System Commercial Operator" was approved by the Order #1-1/554 of the Ministry of Economic and Sustainable Development of Georgia (dated  December 26, 2017). Accordingly, the state procurement (except the electricity and Guaranteed Capacity) is based on the above-mentioned business plan, following the provisions of the Law on State Procurement.

In accordance with the plan defined for 2018, during the reporting period, 112 agreements were in force, of which 110 agreements are subject to the state procurement legislation with a contract value of GEL 590.4 thousand, including:

  • 88 contracts, signed by means of simplified procurement, with the contractual value - GEL 88.0 thousand;
  • 12 contracts, signed based on the results of electronic tender, with the contractual value - GEL 443.9 thousand;
  • 10 contracts, signed by means of consolidated bidding, with the contractual value - GEL 58.5 thousand.

According to the above mentioned 12 electronic tenders carried out during the reporting period, the initial estimated cost of procurement unit amounted to GEL 454.1 thousand (including VAT) and the final contractual value was GEL 443.9 thousand i.e. GEL 10.2 have been saved as a result of the tender.

The documentation required by legislation was submitted to the State Procurement Agency, through the unified electronic procurement system.

 

State Procurements - 2017

2017 Business Plan of the JSC "Electricity System Commercial Operator" was approved by the Order #108 (dated 22 December 2016) of Georgian Minister of Energy. Accordingly, the state procurement (except the electricity and Guaranteed Capacity) was based on the above-mentioned business plan, taking into account the norms of the law on State Procurement.

Within the plan defined for the Year 2017, in total, there were 125 valid contracts, of which 123 contracts were subject to the legislation on state procurement. Their contractual value was 289.9 thousand, including:

  • 102 contracts, signed by means of simplified procurement, with the contractual value - GEL 87.4 thousand;
  • 9 contracts, signed based on electronic tender results, with the contractual value - GEL 137.1 thousand;
  • 12 contracts, signed by means of consolidated bidding, with contractual value - GEL 65.3 thousand.

According to the above mentioned nine electronic tenders carried out during the reporting period, the initial estimated cost of procurement unit amounted to GEL 145.5 thousand (including VAT) and final contractual value was GEL 137.2 thousand i.e. it was possible to save GEL 8.3, as a result of the tender.

The documentation required by legislation was submitted to the State Procurement Agency, through the unified electronic procurement system.

 

State Procurements - 2016

Within the business plan approved for 2016, state procurements (except for the electricity and Guaranteed Capacity) were carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Law on State Procurements, based on the contracts and the documents equal to them.

In total, 145 contracts had been active during the reporting period, including 140 contracts, governed by the State Procurement Law, with the contractual value GEL 266.1 thousand, comprising of:

  • 119 contracts with the contractual value GEL 142.8 thousand, signed through the simplified procurement;
  • 11 contracts with the contractual value GEL 69.4 thousand, signed through the simplified electronic bidding;
  • 10 contracts with the contractual value GEL 53.9 thousand, signed through the consolidated bidding;

According to the above-mentioned 11 simplified electronic biddings, total value of procurement unit amounted to GEL 78.3 thousand (including VAT), whereas, the final contractual value was GEL 69.4 thousand i.e. GEL 8.9 thousand have been saved as a result of bidding.

The following documents have been fully submitted to the State Procurement Agency, the Ministry of Energy and the Partnership Fund, in accordance with the legislation:

  • Business plan related information;
  • Primary and corrected plans of state procurements;
  • Periodical information related to the implementation of procurements and business plans;
  • Information about fulfillment of contracts.