How to Appeal
ARE YOU DISSATISFIED WITH THE TENDER PROCESS OR DECISION MADE?
- Submit a formal letter of complaint to the Permanent Secretary of the respective Ministry or Chief Executive Officer of The Public Institution as soon as you get know of the matter/decision leading to the complaint.
- If dissatisfied with the decision of the Accounting Officer or where the Accounting Officer does not give a decision within time, Submit appeal to the PPAA within 7 working days of knowing the decision leading to the appeal.
- Where the contract has entered into force following Communication of award to the winning bidder, Submit Appeal directly to the Appeals authority within 7 working days of knowing the decision.
NOTE Observe time limit in appeal submission
Appeal must be submitted within 7 working days of knowing the matter or decision leading to the appeal.
Written appeals should be submitted together with:
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MATTERS WHICH MAY BE APPEALED AGAINST:-
- Acceptance or Rejection of a Tender.
- Award or Proposed Award of a Contract.
- Inclusion of Unacceptable Provision in the tender document.
- Unacceptable Tender Process
- Decision, Act or Omission of the Procuring Entity or Reviewing Authority.
- Failure or refusal to make a decision within time limit.
- Blacklisting resulting from the Tender process
HOW TO APPEAL:-
Appeal in writing by letter to:-
The Executive Secretary,
Public Procurement Appeals Authourity,
Fax No: + 255 22
INFORMATION TO BE SUBMITTED
Name and address of the Ministry or Institution which floated the contested tender.
The tender being disputed.
Reasons leading to the appeal / complaint.
What action or reliefs are required from the PPAA.