Under the Long-Term Agreement (LTA), event documents are used for different regions on the basis of their current site (Duty Station) and these LTAs can be used under the same conditions by other UN agencies in the Philippines. For those represented on behalf of a company, a reimerable loan agreement (RLA) is signed between UNDP and society. You will find the terms and conditions of the RLA in procurement-notices.undp.org/view_file.cfm?doc_id=22292 If the documentor does not meet the above UNDP performance requirements, he first receives a performance-enhancing warning. Failure to meet performance requirements can lead to the shutdown of LTAs. Under an LTA, UNDP does not guarantee the acquisition of a large number of services for the duration of the agreement. When an application for services is made, UNDP mandates the consultant directly on the basis of its need to carry out these activities. Before the work begins, a specific working statement (SOW) is agreed to that defines the results for each specific task. UNDP intends to conclude the Long-Term Agreement (LTA) with the best experts, who are high-performing individual entrepreneurs, to ensure the availability of resources at the time and/or demand of requested services. The service used when needed and on the basis of fixed unit price, intermittent and repeated units of use. Other potential candidates who, at UNDP`s discretion, are not bound by a contract may be placed on the consultant list on the basis of a permanent basis for similar services. Please visit procurement-notices.undp.org/view_file.cfm?doc_id=22291 to see the terms and conditions of the individual contract (IC) (for individuals/Lancer Libre who sign the UNDP contract for themselves). The award of the ALAT is carried out among ten (10) individual advisors whose offers have been evaluated and defined (i) Responsive/konform/acceptable; and (ii) to have achieved the highest score from a set of technical and financially weighted criteria, set in advance, specific to the invitation, including availability. The models/annexs and general conditions below may be procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=53744 Another area of potential extension for procurement instruments and agreements is .B advice services, such as the support and training of national observers; training political parties in voter registration and selection procedures, etc.; Media support and monitoring services; Support for citizen and voter education services.
Nevertheless, tendering procedures continue to be launched on a regular basis due to the different needs and individual nature of the different types of projects, the scale, the promotion of local participation, etc. allocation/benefit period (if any): the initial LTA to be signed is collected for a period of one year as a fixed day fee; However, UNDP does not guarantee that many services will be purchased over the life of the LTA, as this will depend on future needs.