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Public Procurement ( Sample Data )
Procurement is commonly defined as the acquisition of appropriate goods and/or services at the best possible price to meet the needs of the purchaser in terms of quality and quantity, time, and location. The procurement process formally starts from the point where the need to make a purchase to deliver an objective has been identified, and its process ends when the product has been used up or sold on, or the service contract has been delivered completely and the supplier or contractor is paid in full. The procurement function makes it possible for organizations to plan, acquire and distribute their needed resources from paper and pens, to mobility items, IT systems and applications, security contracts, consultancies to continue the business operations of the firm. In any organization, procurement is the largest or second-largest category of expenditure. In contemporary business parlance, the term procurement is an “umbrella” term which includes in its sphere concepts such as logistics and inventory management, online transactions, sourcing and outsourcing, supply chain management and operations, and eBidding. Procurement is an essential function that helps shape corporate strategy and success.
All organizations aim for good procurement practices and that means value for money that is, buying something that is fit for purpose, taking into account the overall cost. A good procurement process should also be delivered efficiently, to limit the time and expense for the parties involved.
Procurement is also a major activity in government. In the Philippines, hundreds of billions of pesos is spent by the government to buy the goods and services it needs to operate the bureaucracy, carry out projects and deliver services to its citizens. The World Bank, a development partner, cites that for the past four years, an average of P121 billion worth of infrastructure, equipment, materials, supplies, and services pass through government procurement processes each year which accounts for 15% of the country’s annual budget.
Procurement plays a central role in delivering all Philippine government priorities from the free drugs and medicines at public hospitals, the public school buildings, desks and chairs, to the guns and ammunitions of the military and police and the electronic systems that supported our recently-concluded automated elections.
The Philippines’ procurement system used to be described as cumbersome and prone to corruption as there were many outdated and inconsistent laws and many agencies dealing with issuance of guidelines and procedures in procurement. The public perception was that government procurement was characterized by fraud, inefficiency and lack of transparency. As a result, there was very low trust and confidence in the public procurement system.
Vision By 2018 ( Sample Data )
A service that is committed in providing a convenient procurement system while promoting transparency, competitiveness and accountability of its procurement process for the Philippine Navy.
Mandate ( Sample Data )
Conduct procurement operations in support to the logistical requirements of the Philippine Navy.
The Official Website of the Philippine Navy
Procurement Information System Management (PrISM)
Naval Station Jose V. Andrada, 2335 Pres. M. Roxas Boulevard, Manila
Developed and Maintained by
Naval Information and Communication Technology Center (NICTC)
Naval Base Heracleo Alano, Sangley Point, Cavite City
DEVELOPER TEAM
PROJECT MANAGER
CAPT MARCOS Y IMPERIO PN(GSC)
COMMANDER, NAVAL INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY CENTER
PROJECT LEADER
CPT JEAN PAUL T SAN GABRIEL PN(M)
COMMANDING OFFICER, INFORMATION SYSTEMS GROUP - NICTC
ASST. PROJECT LEADER
LT MAR ANTHONY R ASTO PN
COMMANDING OFFICER (FORMER), INFORMATION SYSTEMS GROUP - NICTC
TEAM LEADER
LT MELY V LLANO PN
EXECUTIVE OFFICER, INFORMATION SYSTEMS GROUP - NICTC
SYSTEM ANALYST
MR MICHAEL JHON V BUENA CE
INFORMATION SYSTEMS ANALYST II, INFORMATION SYSTEMS GROUP - NICTC
PROGAMMERS
S2DP SEAN RAE DEVARAS PN
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER, INFORMATION SYSTEMS GROUP - NICTC
MR KRISTOPHER RAY P SALAS CE
COMPUTER PROGRAMMER II, INFORMATION SYSTEMS GROUP - NICTC
   The Official Website of the Philippine Navy
Procurement Information System Management (PrISM)
Naval Station Jose V. Andrada, 2335 Pres. M. Roxas Boulevard, Manila
   Developed and Maintained by :
Naval Information and Communication Technology Center (NICTC)
Naval Base Heracleo Alano, Sangley Point, Cavite City