Guidelines for the use of the Government of the Philippines - Official Merchants Registry (GoP - OMR)
Approving and adopting the guidelines for Electronic Bidding (E-Bidding)
The directive specifically reiterates the provisions of R.A. 9184 on procurement of common goods from the PS and use of the PhilGEPS in the posting of all agencies’ procurement activities from publication of bid opportunities to posting of awards and contracts
Directing the use of the Procurement Service (PS) and the Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (PhilGEPS) in the Procurement Activities .
Payment to Procurement Service by the Government Office concerned for goods/supplies procured by the latter is NOT subject to creditable VAT withholding.
Pending the guidelines on the adoption of ExMDPS on the transaction with Procurement Service, the NGAs shall continue to remit cash advance/deposits to PS using MDS checks
To expand the use of the APP- CSE as the Agency Procurement Request for the purpose of agency requirements and reiterate the posting of the APP-CSE in the Transparency Seal as required for the grant of the annual Performance Based Bonus (PBB).
Effective September 1, 2013, Procurement Service shall accept only Official Receipts, Sales Invoices, Collection Receipts and Delivery Receipts with BIR authority to print (ATP) and printers accreditation no. pursuant to Revenue Regulation NO. 18-2012.
NOTE: As per RMO 12-2013, PS is not required to secure ATP
REITERATING THE POLICY AND PRESCRIBING GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROVISIONS OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 285, "ABOLISHING THE GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION AND TRANSFERRING ITS FUNCTIONS TO APPROPRIATE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES" ON THE OPERATION OF A PROCUREMENT SYSTEM FOR COMMON-USE OFFICE SUPPLIES, MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
Certificate of available Common-Use Supplies, Equipment and Consumables.
Confirming the treatment of airline tickets as a coomon-use supplies and equipment (CSE) item.
Reiteration of COA Memorandum No. 2011-014 dated July 20, 2011, re: Government procurement of supplies through the Procurement Service (PS), Department of Budget and Management (DBM).
Consolidating and Rationalizing the Rules on the Acquisition of Government Motor Vehicles, Adopting a Centralized System of Procurement Therefor, and for Other Purposes.
Approving the Inclusion of Motor Vehicles in the List of Common-use Supplies and Equipment of the Procurement Service.
Guidelines to Implement the Centralized Procurement of Government Motor Vehicles pursuant to Administrative Order No. 14, s. 2018
Form used by government agencies to record their annual procurement on common use office supplies and equipment.
Form used by government agencies for requisitions of Common-Use goods from the PS Depots & Sub-Depots; and for orders of Consumables & Non-Common Use Supplies from the PS Main Office.
Form used by government agencies for items on sale.
Form used by government agencies for Sales Return
Form used by government Agencies to register in the Travel Ticketing system of PS-PhilGEPS
Form used by government agencies for the requisition of desktops under the MITHI program
Form used by government agencies for the requisition of laptops (mid-range) under the MITHI program
Form used by government agencies for the requisition of laptops (for executives) under the MITHI program
Form used by government agencies for GFA
Memorandum of Agreement
This is the standard GFA MOA between PS-PhilGEPS and Client Agencies that will register their MAIN/CENTRAL OFFICE ONLY, or their REGIONAL OFFICE ONLY. Note that regional offices that are not covered by their main/central agency should use this MOA.
This is the standard GFA MOA between PS-PhilGEPS and Client Agencies that will register their main office AND will also cover their regional offices.
Agreement between the Procurement Service and Government Agencies in the procurement of Common Use Supplies and Equipment.
Agreement between the Procurement Service and Government Agencies in the procurement of Non-Common Use Supplies and Equipment.
Frequently asked questions on Government Fares Agreement (GFA)