The PS-PhilGEPS will provide and implement a total e-Government procurement solution and achieve transparency in all stages of government procurement with the Modernized PhilGEPS (mPhilGEPS). The mPhilGEPS will soon be launching the Electronic Bidding Facility consistent with its commitment to an improved public procurement process. Similarly, an eMarketplace Facility will be introduced as a platform to publish non-common use goods, supplies, equipment, and materials in the catalogue. In view of this, the PS-PhilGEPS would like to invite you to participate in a short survey to evaluate the level of preparedness of Government Agencies and Merchants on the use of mPhilGEPS. This survey will only take a few minutes of your time to complete. Your responses to this assessment are strictly confidential. The survey results will be reported in aggregate form only. Please click the link below to launch the eSurvey Form.For Government Agencies For Merchants
Effective 03 February 2020, all Platinum Membership upgrades and renewals are being processed in the new Modernized Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System (MPhilGEPS). The new version of the system now features a facility for government agencies to view and validate the PhilGEPS Certificate of Platinum Membership of merchants.View list
Please be advised that effective March 2, 2020 (Monday), the PhilGEPS Customer Service Group will be moving to the PhilGEPS Office located at DBM Arcache Bldg., Ground Floor, Gen. Solano St., San Miguel, Manila.
The Procurement Service – PhilGEPS is inviting all personnel from the Government and Private sector, especially those involved in the public procurement process, to answer our PhilGEPS Platinum membership survey form below. The provided questionnaire for both merchants and government agencies aim to get an insight on the benefits of the Platinum membership for both stakeholders and to solicit feedback on various aspects of the membership.Take the survey
The Procurement Service (PS) issues this warning to the public against persons and entities misrepresenting themselves as members and agents of the PS, by using the names of its officials and personnel, and issuing communications using the official logos of the PS for financial gain. Such acts are in violation of Republic Act 3815 otherwise known as the Revised Penal Code of the Philippines and Republic Act 10175 otherwise known as the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.Read more...
This Privacy Statement explains how we may collect, use, protect, share, and store your information on as you participate in all government procurement activities organized by government procuring entities.Read more...
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