Please be advised of the changes in the schedule of the Submission and Opening of Bids for this project:
|Activity||Previous Schedule||Revised Schedule|
|Submission of Bids||23 November 2015
|4 December 2015
|Opening of Bids||23 November 2015
|4 December 2015
After considering the queries, clarifications, recommendations and suggestions, the BAC4IGOV hereby decides to include, revise, amend, delete and/or adapt the following provisions:
|Original Provision||Amended Provision|
|Section VII. Technical Specifications|
1.1. In 2012, the Integrated Government Philippines (iGovPhil) Project was launched by the Department of Science and Technology to improve e-governance in the Philippines. It was tasked to provide a common infrastructure which includes the creation of data centers and the laying out of fiber optic cable all over Metro Manila to interconnect government offices. Common applications will be shared by these agencies to improve delivery of services, operation, communication, and transparency to the public. We call these common applications – shared services.
The first shared services offered in the initial implementation of iGov were a centralized email system for the whole of government, a project management tool, an e-payment gateway, a PKI system, and a document management system. However, during the implementation of the project, we realized that most agencies are storing large amounts of data waiting to be shared to public. Some or most of these data have a spatial aspect or component that is easily visually represented through maps. Example data such as outputs from weather simulations, national road systems, location of schools and hospitals and even dengue cases – when overlayed all at the same time over a base map, gives government officials important insights that might improve the decision and policy making process.
Clearly, a platform where agencies can contribute data and visualize them in a way that makes it easy understand is needed.
2.1. The main objective of the proposal is to procure subscription services (and installation services if required) for a geospatial platform capable of leveraging current government data assets and presenting and sharing these data to stakeholders, other government agencies and the general public.
|These items are deleted.
|4.1.1. The bidder is expected to provide a geospatial platform that may be fully installed on premise, running completely on a public cloud offered as a software-as-a-service (SAAS) or a combination of both. If the solution is on premise or a hybrid solution, DOST-ICTO will provide the necessary hardware to run the solution. See Section E below.||4.1.1. 2.1.1. The bidder is expected to provide a geospatial platform that may be fully installed on premise, running completely on a public cloud offered as a software-as-a-service (SAAS) or a combination of both. If the solution is on premise or a hybrid solution, DOST-ICTO will provide the necessary hardware to run the solution. See 2.5 Infrastructure and Scalability|
|4.2.24 States that “Allows to make the data discoverable by any search engine tool, by snippets.”||This item is deleted.|
|No Stipulation||2.4.2. Android and iOS visualization and query capabilities through native APIs.|
All terms, conditions and instructions to bidders specified in the Bidding Documents inconsistent with this Bid Bulletin are hereby superseded and modified accordingly.
Kindly use the following forms attached in this Supplemental Bid Bulletin:
Revised Technical Specification as of 13 November 2015
To download this bid bulletin, click on the link below:
For information and guidance of all concerned.