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  • Adebola Adeyemo Nigeria i have not been able to assess the classes and lessons for module 2.somehow it is not loading.
    2014-12-18 07:12:37

  • Bernard Otinkorang Ghana what will be the background of the instructor for the lectures
    2014-11-23 16:11:10

  • Bernard Otinkorang Ghana this is going to help me in the development of the technical document for my procurement process
    2014-11-23 16:11:59

  • Bernard Otinkorang Ghana Im ready for the lectures
    2014-11-23 15:11:41

  • Oluwakemi Shoneye Nigeria This intersting! Thanks to alison
    2014-11-21 15:11:17

  • Monsuru Ajibola Nigeria this is a good learning , Please go for functional specification
    2014-11-14 09:11:28

  • PAUL ONGESA Kenya This is a great work you people. It shows a great generosity from you. keep it up and thank you so much.
    2014-11-12 17:11:55

  • Waqar Khan Pakistan If there is only one brand fulfilling our requirements then how can we develop generic spcicification
    2014-10-25 12:10:52

  • Bhear Peter Bior South Sudan Differentiate between know out criteria and nice to have criteria
    2014-10-22 18:10:43

  • Bhear Peter Bior South Sudan What should we understand by the four guiding principle European public procurement?
    2014-10-22 18:10:28

  • James Junior Temeh Liberia Under what atmosphere or condition can i use the nice to have criteria?
    2014-10-21 17:10:33

  • Harrison Paye Liberia Under what condition must I use the Knock-out criteria?
    2014-09-23 14:09:53

  • Abdullahi Nor Mohamed Somalia and does the cover other logistics principle?
    2014-09-13 20:09:55

  • Abdullahi Nor Mohamed Somalia ACCORDING specification has to to be in generalized guide or a specific manufacture's tailor made drawn?
    2014-09-13 20:09:44

  • Azad Mohammed United States of America How and what criterious must be taken into account while drawing up the specs?
    2014-08-03 17:08:47

    • Vedamurthy A J India Range of requirements vary in the domain of public procurement and each procurement is unique. You may like to visit http://www.globalspec.com/
      2014-08-28 17:08:12
  • Azad Mohammed United States of America Does the specification has to to be in generalized guide or a specific manufacture's tailor made drawn?
    2014-08-03 17:08:37

    • Vedamurthy A J India They should be generic and restrictive / specific to manufacturer tailor made. Equal treatment is the principle and specifications should allows all potential interested suppliers to participate
      2014-08-28 17:08:59
  • Abbasov Farhad Azerbaijan Some problem with the player. No any FF and REW and PAUSE buttons. And PDF can't be loaded
    2014-07-07 08:07:46

    • Vedamurthy A J India Yes, am also facing the same problem.
      2014-08-28 17:08:34
  • Kingsley Abah Nigeria How can one develop specifications for procurement purpose?
    2014-07-01 13:07:43

    • Monsuru Ajibola Nigeria meet your internal customer and think outside the box to know the functional aspect of what you are about to procure.
      2014-11-14 09:11:35
    • Vedamurthy A J India Range of requirements vary in the domain of public procurement and ach procurement is unique. You may like to visit http://www.globalspec.com/
      2014-08-28 17:08:14
  • Zameer Abbasi Pakistan Why it should be hard & fast rule to make specifications? Shouldn't it be like specifications up to maximum extent and leaving remaining specifications to bidders to achieve competition?
    2014-06-27 20:06:24

    • Vedamurthy A J India As buyer you should clear about your requirement (Functional and Features). This helps to evaluate various offers submitted by the participated bidders on Objective basis.
      2014-08-28 17:08:40
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