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    Tender Documents priced too high - RM 1,500 to RM 2,000. Why?

    Do we still have monkeys running loose in the GLCs? PR is still coddling these people. Time for mass culling if they don't reform.

    TENDER PELIK DI YAYASAN SELANGOR. UNTUK SIAPA?

    Posted on November 22, 2008 by Ibnu Khuzaimah

    BERIKUT ADALAH SATU TENDER YANG AMAT MENYELEWENG DIKELUARKAN OLEH YAYASAN SELANGOR PIMPINAN PENGURUS BESARNYA HAJI TAKRIL TASUKI.

    Berapa besarkah nilai tender ini sehingga borangnya dijual pada harga RM2000.00 dan RM1500.00. Biasanya kerja yang bernilai berpuluh juta sahaja dijual pada harga sedemikian.

    Bahawa setiap buah Asrama Yayasan tidak melebihi 300 pelajarnya atau kurang. Jika satu kepala RM11 sehari, anda kiralah sendiri. Layakkah harga kertas tender dijual begitu mahal?

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    Re: Tender Documents priced too high - RM 1,500 to RM 2,000. Why?

    The estimated cost for preparation of tender docuements[say RM10,000]must be included in the tender price.The successful tendered will then have this amount deducted from the tendered price upon award.What is the fuss?

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    Re: Tender Documents priced too high - RM 1,500 to RM 2,000. Why?

    Quote Originally Posted by sampalee
    The estimated cost for preparation of tender docuements[say RM10,000]must be included in the tender price.The successful tendered will then have this amount deducted from the tendered price upon award.What is the fuss?
    Depends on whether the documentation fee is refundable or non-refundable. Also if it is too expensive, the smaller tenderers may not be able to afford it. Just like election deposit of RM 8 k for Parliament. This is a burden for those who are not so well off. Then we make it a game for the rich.
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    Re: Tender Documents priced too high - RM 1,500 to RM 2,000. Why?

    Quote Originally Posted by pywong
    Quote Originally Posted by sampalee
    The estimated cost for preparation of tender docuements[say RM10,000]must be included in the tender price.The successful tendered will then have this amount deducted from the tendered price upon award.What is the fuss?
    Depends on whether the documentation fee is refundable or non-refundable. Also if it is too expensive, the smaller tenderers may not be able to afford it. Just like election deposit of RM 8 k for Parliament. This is a burden for those who are not so well off. Then we make it a game for the rich.
    I don't think the tender document fees are refundable. My company has participated in many tenders & none was refunded. Yes - I too noticed lately that tender docs are gettiing more expensive. Now that this is highlighted, I too think it is exploitation. It's like you want to participate you paylah. Think what is is like - if you tender for 10 but cannot get any, these fees are all wasted. The cost of preparing tenders also is not cheap. Some requires mutiple copies & even colour prints. 1 stack of tender doc submission can cost a few hundred RM.

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    Re: Tender Documents priced too high - RM 1,500 to RM 2,000. Why?

    Tender document fee should reflect the cost of printing and binding only, and nothing more. That would be a fair basis. I suspect there is a trend for the QS to cover his costs from the tender fee. That is not healthy as the cost of doing business is increased and eventually the end-buyer pays more than necessary.
    py

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