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SPECIAL ISSUE
Kenya Gazette Supplement No. 77(Acts No. 3)

REPUBLIC OF KENYA
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KENYA GAZETTE SUPPLEMENT ACTS, 2005 NAIROBI, 26th October, 2005 CONTENT ActPAGE The Public Procurement and Disposal Act, 2005 ……………… 45

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PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY GOVERNMENT PRINTER, NAIROBI

THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT AND DISPOSAL ACT No. 3 of 2005

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No. 3 Public Procurement and Disposal 2005

Date of Assent: 26th October, 2005 Date of Commencement: By Notice ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS PART I - PRELIMINARY 1—Short title and commencement. 2—Purpose of the Act. 3—Definitions. 4—Application of Act. 5—Conflicts with other Acts. 6—Conflicts with international agreements. 7—Conflict with conditions on donated funds. PART II – BODIES INVOLVED IN THE REGULATION OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT A — Public Procurement Oversight Authority

8—Establishment of Authority. 9—Functions of Authority. 10—Director-General of the Authority. 11—Term of office of Director-General. 12—Restrictions on activities of Director-General. 13—Terms of service. 14—Resignation of Director-General. 15—Removal of Director-General. 16—Staff. 17—Acting Director-General. 18—Financial arrangements. 19—Audit. 20—Quarterly and annual reports.

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B – Public Procurement Oversight Advisory Board

21—Establishment of Advisory Board. 22—Composition of Advisory Board. 23—Functions of Advisory Board. 24—Procedures of Advisory Board. C – Public Procurement Administrative Review Board

25—Review Board.
PART III – INTERNAL ORGANISATION OF PUBLIC ENTITIES RELATING TO PROCUREMENT

26—Threshold matrix and segregation of responsibilities. 27—Responsibility for complying with Act, etc. 28—Procuring agents. PART IV - GENERAL PROCUREMENT RULES

29—Choice of procurement procedure. 30—Procurement not to be split or inflated. 31—Qualifications to be awarded contract. 32—Pre-qualification procedures. 33—Limitation on contracts with employees, etc. 34—Specific requirements. 35—Verification that not debarred. 36—Termination of procurement proceedings. 37—Form of communications. 38—Inappropriate influence on evaluations, etc. 39—Evaluation criteria based on citizenship or nationality. 40—Inducements. 41—Misrepresentations.

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42—Collusion. 43—Conflicts of interest. 44—Confidentiality. 45—Procurement records. 46—Publication of procurement contracts. 47—Amendments to contracts. 48—Interest on overdue amounts. 49—Inspections and audits relating to contracts. PART V - OPEN TENDERING

50—Part sets out requirements. 51—Invitation to tender. 52—Tender documents. 53—Modifications to tender documents. 54—Advertisement, etc. 55—Time for preparing tenders. 56—Provision of tender documents. 57—Tender security. 58—Submission and receipt of tenders. 59—Changes to tenders. 60—Opening of tenders. 61—Extension of tender validity period. 62—Clarifications. 63—Corrections of arithmetic errors. 64—Responsiveness of tenders. 65—Notification if no responsive tenders. 66—Evaluation of tenders. 67—Notification of award of contract.

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68—Creation of contract. 69—Refusal to sign contract. 70—Changes to contract responsibilities. 71—International tendering. PART VI - ALTERNATIVE PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES

72—Part sets out requirements.
A - Restricted tendering

73—When restricted tendering may be used.
B - Direct procurement 74—When direct procurement may be used.

75—Procedure.
C - Request for proposals 76—When request for proposals may be used.

77—Procedure. 78—Notice inviting expressions of interest. 79—Terms of reference. 80—Determination of qualified persons. 81—Request for proposals to qualified persons. 82—Evaluation of proposals. 83—Notification of successful proposal. 84—Negotiations with submitter of successful proposal. 85—Contract requirements. 86—International competition. 87—Restriction on...
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