PRDP-Bicol strengthens procurement capacity for an economic, efficient, transparent procurement process
March 13, 2017
Is it fair? Is it economic? Is it efficient? Is it transparent? Is it accountable? These are questions that the Philippine Rural Development Project (PRDP) procurement team asks in evaluating bids for its sub-projects.
“Tayo sa PRDP, thorough tayo mag-review. Sa atin ang tagal, ang higpit because we make sure na complete ang process. This is to ensure na yung perang ni-loan natin sa World Bank ay maibibigay talaga sa beneficiaries (With PRDP, we conduct thorough review. We implement strict measures no matter how long it takes to complete the process. This is to ensure that the money we loaned from the World Bank would really go to the intended beneficiaries),” said PRDP-South Luzon Procurement Specialist Maria Rhoda Lavinia Mendoza during the Pre-Procurement Conference for the Camarines Sur Coconut Sap Sugar Processing Center held on March 7, 2017 in Pili, Camarines Sur.