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DOCUMENTOS DE PARTICIPACIÓN
DE CASO DE EXCEPCIÓN
MSPAS No. 2014-JUA-CE001

ADQUISICIÓN DE UN SERVICIO DE ARRENDAMIENTO DE 12 MÁQUINAS PARA HEMODIÁLISIS PARA UN PERIODO DE 36 MESES, QUE INCLUYA 30,600 KITS; PARA EL HOSPITAL GENERAL SAN JUAN DE DIOS

ARTÍCULO 44, NUMERAL 2.1 LEY DE CONTRATACIONES DEL ESTADO, DTO. 57-90

NOG: 3629910

Guatemala, octubre 2014
CONTENIDO

SECCIÓN I. DOCUMENTOS DE PARTICIPACIÓN 5

1. TERMINOLOGÍA UTILIZADA EN ESTOS DOCUMENTOS EN ORDEN ALFABÉTICO 6

2. PROCEDIMIENTO POR CASO DE EXCEPCIÓN 9
2.1. GENERALIDADES 9
2.2. INVITACIÓN A OFERTAR 9
2.3. ADQUISICIÓN DE LOS DOCUMENTOS DE PARTICIPACIÓN 9
2.4. VISITA DE EVALUACIÓN 9 2.5. ACLARACIONES Y/O MODIFICACIONES DE LOS DOCUMENTOS DE PARTICIPACIÓN 9
2.6. ELABORACIÓN DE LA OFERTA 10
2.7. DOCUMENTOS A PRESENTAR EN LA OFERTA 10
2.8. ELABORACIÓN DE FORMULARIO DE OFERTA 11
2.9. GARANTÍA DE SOSTENIMIENTO DE OFERTA 12
2.10 RECEPCIÓN DE OFERTAS 12
2.11. APERTURA DE PLICAS 13
2.12. ANÁLISIS DE LAS OFERTAS 13
2.13. CALIFICACIÓN DE LA OFERTA 14
2.14. ADJUDICACIÓN 14
2.15. APROBACIÓN DE LA ADJUDICACIÓN 15
2.16. SUSCRIPCIÓN Y APROBACIÓN DEL CONTRATO 15
2.17. GARANTÍA DE CUMPLIMIENTO DE CONTRATO 18
2.18. VERIFICACIÓN DEL CUMPLIMIENTO DE LA EJECUCIÓN DEL CONTRATO 18
2.19. PLAZO CONTRACTUAL 18 2.20 VIGENCIA CONTRACTUAL 18
2.21. RECEPCIÓN 18
2.22. PAGO 19
2.23. LIQUIDACIÓN 19 2.24 CLÁUSULA RELATIVA AL COHECHO 19 2.25 DOCUMENTOS NOTARIALES 19 2.26 LA CONFIDENCIALIDAD 19 2.27 CONTRATO 19

SECCIÓN II. DISPOSICIONES ESPECIALES 20

3. ANTECEDENTES 21

4. OBJETO 21

5. FICHA DEL PROCESO 21

6. CRONOGRAMA 22

7. INVITACIONES A OFERTAR Y METODOLOGÍA PARA OBTENER LOS DOCUMENTOS DE PARTICIPACIÓN 22

8. Contenido de la Plica 22

9. Criterios de calificación 27

10. ADJUDICACIÓN 29…...

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