DA – Philippine Rural Development Project (4338045)

DA – Philippine Rural Development Project (4338045)

The Philippine Rural Development Project is a six-year (6) project designed to establish the government platform for a modern, climate-smart and market-oriented agri-fishery sector. PRDP will partner with the LGUs and the private sector in providing key infrastructure, facilities, technology, and information that will raise incomes, productivity, and competitiveness in the countryside.

Source: http://www.daprdp.net/about-us/overview/

Reference Number4338045
Procuring EntityDA - PHILIPPINE RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
TitleSH-018-17 (PRDP NPCO) Supply and Delivery of Various Ink Cartridges
Area of DeliveryMetro Manila
Solicitation Number:SH-018-17
Procurement Mode:Shopping
Category:Printing Supplies
Approved Budget for the Contract:PHP 416,000.00
DISCLAIMER: Some bid abstracts were awarded on a per line item basis instead of a per lot basis. If awarded on a per line item basis, awarded amount is considerably less than the approved budget for the contract.

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