2 : Answers of the PBAC to written queries of Prospective Bidders and Interested Participants 1 News Article According to an article published by the Philippine Star (Wednesday, Feb. 25th '15), the O&M contract for the 6 provincial airports will be divided into two packages: - Package A consisting of Puerto Princesa, Iloilo and Bacolod - Silay airports (worth PHP Bn) and - Package B consisting of Davao, Laguindingan and New Bohol airports (worth PHP 66.9 Bn). Could you please indicate if the above figures include capital expenditures, operational costs, financial costs altogether? Further to this, could you please indicate the amount that should be dedicated to construction works? The figures published in the referenced news article include expected capital costs for the development of the Puerto Princesa and the New Bohol (Panglao) airports under the on-going Puerto Princesa Airport Development Project ( Puerto Princesa Development Project ) and New Bohol Airport Construction and Sustainable Environment Protection Project ( New Bohol Construction Project ), which are not within the scope of the Regional Airports Projects. Please refer to the Invitation to Pre-Qualify and Bid ( ITPQB ) published on 15 December 2014 for the indicative Project Costs for each of the airports covered by the Regional Airports Projects. 2 Project Information Memorandum ( PIM ), page 58 As it is written on page 58 of the Project Information Memorandum (PIM) for Six Regional Airports, "the Concessionaire needs to undertake immediate expansion of various facilities". Please provide further information about the on-going and future developments and construction works taking place at these airports? What is the scope of work and associated timeline and cost of the "Immediate expansion" works? Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the Instructions to Bidders ( ITB ). Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. 3 n/a According to our intelligence, some development and construction works are currently taking place at these Please see the response to Item 1 above. 2
3 airports. To our knowledge, these works are funded through Government-to-Government (G2G) funding schemes. Are the associated costs of these works included in the PHP Bn required for package A and PHP 66.9 Bn required for Package B? How are these works aligned and coordinated with those the Concessionaire needs to undertake? To what extent would the Concessionaire be exposed to risks associated with these works? 4 PIM, page 57 As it is written on page 57 of the Project Information Memorandum (PIM) for Six Airports, the scope of the project for private sector under the PPP arrangement would include the provision of required works with respect to the existing terminal, along with all associated infrastructures and facilities as per applicable standards, to handle operations until the development of new passenger terminal(s). What are the specifications of the required works with respect to building and civil works? When would these specifications be available to potential tenderers for review? 5 PIM, page 49 According to page 49 in the Project Information Memorandum (PIM) for Six Airports, the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) is currently implementing an investment program worth of PHP 4.5 Bn for the construction of the new Puerto Princesa Airport, which will replace the current passenger terminal with a new one (construction works should commence in early 2017). Would the scope of Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. Please see the response to Item 1 above. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB.
4 this program be part of the scope given to the Concessionaire? Would this be procured separately? What role should the Concessionaire undertake in the management, development and execution of the said scope? 6 PIM, page 58 According to page 58 in the Project Information Memorandum (PIM) for Six Airports, "DOTC/CAAP will concession the levying of various charges to the private sector proponent". Please provide an initial breakdown of those charges private sector will be levying? 7 n/a Please provide further details on the items below: - Procurement timeline for the six regional airports - Minimum equity portion for the following parties: developers, contractors, operators and other parties, if applicable - Lock-in period for those investors in the Concessionaire. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. For the procurement timeline, please see Section II-02 of the Instructions to Prospective Bidders ( ITPB ). For the minimum equity required from the entities fulfilling the Development Experience, Operations and Maintenance Experience, and Financial Qualification Requirements, please see Section II-09 of the ITPB. 8 ITPB I-03 (ww) (1) Annex QD-4A Kindly qualify Section I-03 (ww) (1) (c) & (d) by adding the words..evidenced by the imposition of a judicial pronouncement or arbitration award. For the Lock-Up Rules, please see Sections VI-05 and VI-06 of the ITPB. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. Please see Annex B, Item 1 for the relevant revisions to the ITPB.
5 Annex QD-4B 9 ITPB II-09 (2) (a) (5) (i) 10 ITPB II-09 (2) (b) (2) 11 ITPB II-09 (3) (a) (1) 12 ITPB VI-04 (b) (b.2) As per PCAB, the requirement to obtain Large B Classification/License Category AAA is track record of completion of single contract with a value of more than 150 mn PHP. We do not have a similar system for licensing construction companies in our country. Please confirm if it be sufficient to provide the following: - A sworn certification from the Corporate Secretary or the authorized representative that there is no equivalent agency to PCAB in such foreign country; and - A certificate from the statutory auditor certifying that such firm meets the qualifications for securing a Large B Classification/License Category AAA, as specified by PCAB. Please confirm the nature of licenses referred to. Kindly confirm that the exchange rate published by Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas on 19th March 2015 can be used for submitting relevant documents, irrespective of any possible change to the Prequalification Document Submission Date. We request that VI-04 (b.2) should be modified from: Please see Annex B, Item 2 for the relevant revisions to the ITPB. "Necessary licenses" pertain to licenses which are granted to authorize a person to practice a profession under the relevant laws, and which are granted to the architects and engineers of Design and Engineering Contractors. Please see Annex B, Item 3 for the relevant revisions to the ITPB. Please see Annex B, Item 4 for the relevant revisions to the ITPB.
6 A Prospective Bidder, any Consortium Member, or any of their Affiliates (of either a Prospective Bidder or of the Consortium Member) has ownership interest of at least thirty three and one third percent (33 1/3%) in any other Prospective Bidder, any Consortium Member of any other Prospective Bidder, or any of their Affiliates (of either the other Prospective Bidder or any of its Consortium Members). to A Prospective Bidder, any Consortium Member, or any of their Affiliates (of either a Prospective Bidder or of the Consortium Member) has ownership interest of at least thirty three and one third percent (33 1/3%) in any other Prospective Bidder, any Consortium Member of any other Prospective Bidder. Similar modification was undertaken by the DOTC during Mactan-Cebu bidding project, taking into consideration crossholding in a number of Philippine companies. 13 ITPB VI-05 (b) (i) VI-05 (b)(i) states that: "Once a Consortium is pre-qualified to bid, the Consortium s Lead Member and the Consortium Member proposed to meet the Development Experience under the Technical Qualification Requirements, may not withdraw from the Consortium, nor reduce their Please see Annex B, Item 5 for the relevant revisions to the ITPB.
7 percentage interests in the Consortium as declared in the Consortium s Qualification Documents." Under this framework, an opportunity is not available for new members / entities to join a pre-qualified consortium. We request the DOTC to allow members to join a consortium after the pre-qualification stage, subject to no change in lead member and member proposed to meet development experience and the consortium continuing to meet the criteria as laid down in the ITPB. The existing members may be allowed to reduce their percentage interests in the consortium, while maintaining compliance to the guidelines as laid down in the ITPB. We request that such change to continue to be governed under VI-05 (b)(vi) 14 ITPB Annex QD-2 In the event of a Prospective Bidder or a Consortium Member being a listed entity, there may be a large number of public shareholders. Please clarify how the details of public shareholders should be mentioned in the Basic Information Sheet. For entities listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange ( PSE ), the Prospective Bidder must submit the listed entity s latest Public Ownership Report and List of Top 100 Stockholders, as submitted to the PSE. For entities listed outside the Philippines, the Prospective Bidder must state where the entity is listed, and must submit the equivalent document/s that is/are submitted to the listed entities public or private regulator.
8 15 ITPB Annex QD-4A We request the DOTC to revise Annex-4A for purpose of clarity, from the current text:.the projects and contracts referred to in paragraph 1 of the definition above refers to any project or contract of the Prospective Bidder, Consortium Members, Affiliates entity or entities whose experience is being used to meet any of the Technical Qualification requirements, and subcontractors proposed by a Prospective Bidder or Consortia, which was commenced or was in the process of implementation within the last five (5) years before the Qualification Documents Submission Date, and not just to the particular projects or contracts being submitted to meet such Technical Qualification Requirements. Paragraph 1 of the definition above refers to any project or contract of the entity or entities whose experience is being proposed to meet any of the Prospective Bidder, Consortium Members, Affiliates whose experience is being used to meet any of the Technical Qualification Requirements and to the laws and/or regulations applicable to such projects or contracts.. To The projects and contracts referred to in paragraph 1 of the definition above refers to any project or contract of the Prospective Bidder, Consortium Members, Please see Annex B, Item 6 for the relevant revisions to the ITPB.
9 Affiliates entity or entities whose experience is being used to meet any of the Technical Qualification requirements, and subcontractors proposed by a Prospective Bidder or Consortia, which was commenced or was in the process of implementation within the last five (5) years before the Qualification Documents Submission Date, and not just to the particular projects or contracts being submitted to meet such Technical Qualification Requirements. Paragraph 1 of the definition above refers to any project or contract of the entity or entities whose experience is being proposed to meet any of the Prospective Bidder, Consortium Members, Affiliates whose experience is being used to meet any of the Technical Qualification Requirements and to the laws and/or regulations applicable to such projects or contracts. Paragraph 3 refers to the present Bidding for the Projects i.e. Regional Airport Projects. 16 ITPB Annex QD-15 Please confirm our understanding that document QD-15 needs to be submitted as an undertaking and does not have to undergo notarization and consularization process. It is confirmed that Annex QD-15 is to be submitted as an undertaking and that it does not have to be notarized nor consularized. 17 n/a We request the DOTC to confirm that it is sufficient if one member (or its affiliate) of the consortium comprising of two or more members, purchases the bid documents. It is confirmed that in the case of a Consortium, it is sufficient for purposes of pre-qualification that one Consortium Member or one Consortium Member s Affiliate purchases the Invitation Documents.
10 18 ITPB II-02 (i) 19 ITPB II-02 (o) 20 ITPB II-02 (o) Please clarify whether Bidders are authorized to submit and offer for the two (2) bundles together, independently from stand-alone offers for Bundle 1 and Bundle 2 Please specify what will be the criteria for evaluation of the financial proposals Does the Department of Transportation and Communications ( DOTC ) expect the bidders to propose and upfront bid premium or a revenue-sharing mechanism throughout the concession period Conversely, in case the project necessitates a viability gap funding from the Government, could the DOTC indicate its proposed structure and/or timing Bidders are not permitted to submit one consolidated bid covering both Bundle 1 and Bundle 2. Please see Section II-02 (i), which provides that Pre- Qualified Bidders that intend to bid for both Bundle 1 and Bundle 2 shall submit one Bid Proposal for each bundle, with each Bid Proposal to be submitted separately. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. 21 n/a Please clarify if all five (5) airports will be contractually authorized to operate international flights without restrictions. 22 n/a Can the DOTC share any feasibility studies with the prospective bidders International flights at the Regional Airports will not be restricted, subject to applicable laws and regulations (e.g., CAB, CAAP, and ICAO rules). Feasibility studies will not be shared. Prospective Bidders are expected to conduct their own feasibility assessments for the purpose of participating in this bidding.
11 Please note the responsibility of Prospective Bidders under Section II-03 of the ITPB. Other documents and information, to the extent available and relevant, will be available to Pre- Qualified Bidders through a Virtual Data Room. 23 n/a Please clarify the indicative Project Costs announced either in the invitation Documents or through various related communications or presentations. In particular, it would be helpful to understand: o Whether these estimates refer to Capital Expenditures costs only; o Over which time period (initial investment/entire concession period) these indicative costs apply; and Which of these costs are undertaken by the Government and which are expected to be absorbed by the future Concessionaire. 24 PIM Please Clarify the Expenses lines reported in the historic financials of the Project Info Memo. Please see the response to Item 1 above. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. 25 ITPB Introduction Does the term include only Operating Expenses, or does it also include heavy maintenance expenses, funding costs and depreciation? Please specify the scope of Security services that are excluded from the Project Scope. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB.
12 26 n/a PBAC classifies these projects as being under an operate-add-transfer (OAT) scheme pursuant to the BOT Law. Kindly give us a copy of President Benigno Aquino III s express approval of the OAT scheme for these projects. 27 n/a Are not the new Panglao Airport and Puerto Princesa Airport more properly implemented under a BOT arrangement and not an OAT arrangement 28 PIM, page 47 As regards to the Panglao Airport, page 47 of the Project Information Memorandum states that: The DOTC initiated the construction of the New Bohol Airport in 2014 with financing from JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency). Once completed the airport will offer the following characteristics Kindly Clarify the extent of the construction initiated by DOTC and explain how this bidding ties in with the existing arrangements between DOTC and JICA. Please provide us with the relevant agreement between DOTC and JICA. 29 n/a Are there local government approvals of these airports projects pursuant to section 25 of the Local Government Code of the Philippines? If so please provide us with copies of the said relevant local government approvals for these airport projects. Copies of government approvals, to the extent available and relevant, will be available to Pre-Qualified Bidders through a Virtual Data Room. Please see the Invitation Documents for the contractual arrangement that was approved for the Projects. Please see the response to Item 1 above. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. Documents and information, to the extent available and relevant, will be available to Pre-Qualified Bidders through a Virtual Data Room. Copies of government approvals, to the extent available and relevant, will be available to Pre-Qualified Bidders through a Virtual Data Room.
13 30 PIM, page 59 As regards the new Panglao Airport included in the bidding, will the existing Tagbilaran Airport be decommissioned immediately after the inauguration of the Panglao Airport or will both airports continue to operate simultaneously? On page 59 of the Project Information Memorandum: The existing Tagbilaran airport will be decommissioned after the New Bohol (Panglao) airport commences operation. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. Continuation of Existing Contracts When the private sector proponent takes over the operation of the airports, subject to final approvals, it is currently proposed that the existing contracts will be novated by CAAP to the private sector proponent and once the private sector proponent assumes CAAP s existing contracts, it would have the option to, allow the contracts to expire, renegotiate the contracts, or terminate the contracts on various grounds, within the boundaries of legal requirements. The private sector proponent would also be allowed to enter into new contracts for the provision of services should there be a need to provide additional services to the airport clientele or should there be additional space to lease out. 31 PIM Kindly provide us with the exact metes and bounds, with coordinates, of the land areas subject of these airport projects. The Project Information Memorandum only has indicative maps. Moreover, who owns the property on which the relevant airports are located GRP Documents and information, to the extent available and relevant, will be available to Pre-Qualified Bidders through a Virtual Data Room.
14 or CAAP or another government entity? Kindly provide us with copies of the relevant land titles. Also, who owns the airport improvements (inclusive of passenger terminal buildings, parking areas, cargo facilities, ATC towers, fuel farms, sewage treatment plants, administration buildings, firehouses, etc., GRP or CAAP or another government entity? Kindly provide us with proof of ownership such as tax declarations. 32 ITPB II-02 (f) In relation to (f), we request that the PBAC also notify in writing Prospective Bidders who fail to pre-qualify, not just those that do qualify, within the same five (5) calendar days from the approval of the pre-qualification results. Please see Section VI-07 of the ITPB, which provides: The PBAC will notify all Prospective Bidders as to whether they passed the qualification stage not later than five (5) calendar days from approval of the Pre- Qualification results. Please see Section 5.5 of the BOT Law IRR. which provides: the PBAC shall duly inform the prospective Project Proponents who have been pre-qualified within five (5) calendar days after approval hereof. Disqualified proponents shall likewise be informed stating therein the grounds for their disqualification within the same period. 33 n/a Will pre-qualified bidders have to pay for and buy the Bidding Documents (draft concession agreement, etc.)? No, Pre-Qualified Bidders do not have to pay for the ITB and other Bidding Documents.
15 34 n/a Are private entities that are already operating airports in the Philippines, together with their associates and subsidiaries, still qualified to bid for these project or to join consortia bidding for these projects? Yes, private entities that are already operating airports in the Philippines, together with their associates and subsidiaries, are qualified to bid for the Projects or to join a Consortium to bid for the Projects, provided, that the requirements under the Invitation Documents are complied with. 35 ITPB II-09 (2) (b) Also, in relation to Article XII, Section 14 of the Constitution, which states The sustained development of a reservoir of national talents consisting of Filipino scientists, entrepreneurs, professionals, managers, high-level technical manpower, and skilled workers and craftsmen in all field shall be promoted by the State. The State shall encourage appropriate technology and regulate its transfer for the national benefit. The practice of all professions in the Philippines shall be limited to Filipino citizens, save in cases prescribed by law. And R.A. 9266, together with various laws on engineering in the Philippines, what nationality requirement will the PBAC imposed on proposed design and engineering contractors in determining their qualification? What licensing requirement will the PBAC impose on proposed design and engineering contractors, and effective on which date, in determining The ITPB does not impose any nationality requirement on the Design and Engineering Contractor. Please see Section II-09 (2) (b) (ii) of the ITPB, which provides that a proposed Design and Engineering Contractor must possess the necessary licenses. "Necessary licenses" pertain to licenses which are granted to authorize a person to practice a profession under the relevant laws, and which are granted to the architects and engineers of Design and Engineering Contractors.
16 their qualifications? 36 ITPB II-09 (2) (c) 37 ITPB II-09 (2) (a) (5) 38 ITPB II-09 (2) (d) 39 ITPB II-09 (2) (d) 40 ITPB II-09 (2) (d) Is a Prospective Bidder required to name its proposed Facility Operator during the qualification stage? Who is required to meet the Operations and Maintenance Experience requirements, the Prospective Bidder or the Facility Operator designated by the Prospective Bidders? Will the PBAC apply a nationality requirement on the proposed Construction Contractor? By "Personnel" in "Qualified Key Personnel", do you mean an individual covered by an employer-employee relationship and not a consultant or independent contractors? If yes, who should be the employer? If consultant or independent contractor, should the Prospective Bidders actually engage them at the time of submission of prequalifications documents? Is there a nationality requirement on the "Qualified Key Personnel?" Section 5.4.b.ii of the IRR of the BOT Law requires that the key personnel to "have sufficient experience in the relevant aspects of schemes similar to the subject project" while the ITPB (page 29 on Key Personnel) requires the key personnel to have experience in airport or airport terminal project. Why does the ITPB limit No, a Prospective Bidder is not required to name its proposed Facility Operator during the Pre-Qualification Stage. Please see Section II-09 (2) (c) (2), which provides which entities may fulfill the Operations and Maintenance Experience Requirement. The ITPB does not impose any nationality requirement on the Construction Contractor. A Qualified Key Personnel may be an employee, consultant or contractor of the relevant reference entity (i.e., Prospective Bidder, Consortium Member, Subcontractor, or any of their Affiliates). The ITPB does not impose any nationality requirement on any of the required Qualified Key Personnel. Please comply with Section II-09 (2) (d) of the ITPB.
17 the experience to airport or airport terminal only? Isn't this inconsistent with the requirement under the IRR? 41 ITPB II-09 (3) 42 ITPB II-02 (a) IV-02 With reference to p. 30 on "Financial Qualification Requirements," do you mean that, if the Prospective Bidder is a Consortium, it must have at least one Consortium Member with a 25% equity interest in the Consortium and it is only the Net Worth of such 25% Consortium Member that counts in determining financial qualifications? So a Consortium of five equal parts at 20% each for each Consortium Member could not possibly be financially qualified for the bidding even if all such members each have Net Worth of Php2 Billion? This also relates to the definition of "Lead Member" as appearing to require that Consortium Members must not have equal shares. On page 18 in part (a), PBAC allows Prospective Bidders to "bid for both Bundle 1 and Bundle 2," why is it that, on page 37, in part IV-02 "A Prospective Bidder or a Consortium Member intending to bid for one (1) bundle cannot be a member of another Consortium that is bidding for another bundle"? Are those not inconsistent? If a Prospective Bidder may bid for both bundles, why may it not bid for one bundle, then join a Consortium bidding for another bundle? Please relate this to the definition of "Conflict of Interest" on page 42 and the overall unnecessary linkages brought about by Pursuant to Section II-09 (3) (b) (2) of the ITPB, in case of a Consortium, only the Net Worth of the Consortium Members that have at least 25% equity interest in the Consortium will be considered for the purpose of determining compliance with the Financial Qualification Requirement. Note that under Section II- 09 (2) (a) of the ITPB, the entity that is intended to fulfill the Development Experience Requirement is required to have at least 33 1/3% interest in the Consortium. A Consortium with five Consortium Members, each with a 20% equity interest in the Consortium, will not fulfill both the Financial Qualification Requirement and the Development Experience Requirements. Section IV-02 of the ITPB is intended to qualify Section II-02. Please see Annex B, Item 8 for the relevant revisions to the ITPB.
18 mingling unrelated airport projects. 43 ITPB I-03 (gg) 44 ITPB I-03 (gg) 45 ITPB I-03 (hh) 46 ITPB I-03 (ww) 47 ITPB II-09 (3) (a) (1) Isn't it that the term "Net Worth" as defined under I-03 (gg), inconsistent with the definition under the internationally accepted accounting principle? Does the Net Worth requirement under the ITPB mean money readily available for investment? Or is it an indication of the capability to raise equity/fund when needed? In relation to I-03(hh) of the ITPB, is the definition of "Outstanding Dispute" limited only to dispute with the DOTC or CAAP or does it extend to disputes with other GRP agencies? In relation to the definition of "Unsatisfactory Performance" under I-03 (ww), is (1) limited to judicial pronouncements and arbitration awards promulgated in the Philippines? And in (2), is the list of blacklisting "major financial institutions" exclusive? If not, what is considered a "major financial institution"? What is the debt-to-equity ratio approved by the authority? Is the Php2 Billion Net Worth requirement supposed to be the equity portion of the Prospective Please refer to the definition of Net Worth in Section I-03 of the ITPB. Please refer to the definition of Net Worth in Section I-03 of the ITPB. The definition of Outstanding Dispute in Section I-03 (hh) of the ITPB relates only to disputes with the DOTC or CAAP. The reference to judicial pronouncement and arbitral award is not limited to those promulgated in the Philippines. The list of international financial institutions is not exclusive, as evinced by the use of the phrase such as Please see Annex B, Item 9 for the relevant revisions to the ITPB. For the purpose of pre-qualification, the ITPB does not prescribe a required debt-to-equity ratio.
19 48 ITPB II-02 (f) 49 ITPB III (1) Bidder. How will PBAC decide which Prospective Bidders pass or fail, by simple majority vote or is unanimity required? Is the decision of the PBAC on prequalification final or is it still subject to approval by the DOTC Secretary and the CAAP Board of Directors? Is the "Business Structure" referred to in Section III.1 of the ITPB the same as the "Business Plan" referred to in Section 5.4 b (i) of the Implementing Rules and Regulations of the BOT Law. Please refer to the definition of Net Worth in Section I-03 of the ITPB. The determination of pre-qualified and disqualified Prospective Bidders will be made by simple majority vote of the PBAC members. Yes, the Business Structure referred to in Section III (1) of the ITPB is the same as the Business Plan referred to in Section 5.4 (b) (i) of the BOT Law IRR. 50 n/a Who will be the winning bidder s contracting party, DOTC or CAAP or both, or GRP? 51 n/a Will the GRP provide a direct government guarantee for these airport projects? What are the Government s performance undertaking? 52 n/a What are the space requirements of the BOC, BOI, AFP-ASC, Bureau of Quarantine, POEA and OWWA? Are those requirements fixed throughout the concession period or subject to adjustment? Is the winning bidder supposed to provide such space for free? The Winning Bidder s counterparty will be both DOTC and CAAP. The approval for the Regional Airports Projects allows the possibility of providing government support. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. 53 n/a Kindly supply us with copies of all the relevant existing Documents and information, to the extent available and
20 contracts at the relevant airports, alluded to in the ITPB, together with any amendments or supplements thereto. To date, what is the extent or stage of consultation that DOTC or CAAP has actually had with the contract parties to be affected? 54 n/a Setting aside the issue of existing contracts, will the winning bidder be required to operate all the ancillary facilities at the airport (e.g. cargo facilities, sewage treatment plants, fuel farms, parking areas)? Will the winning bidder be operationally responsible for all those aspects? Is the winning bidder allowed to subcontract the provision of ancillary services with whomever it deems suitable? 55 n/a Will the winning bidders have to hire displaced DOTC employees? 56 n/a In relation to page 69 of the Project Information Memorandum, please provide us with the following: a) Provide us a complete list and copies of all contracts with existing concessionaires, tenant, service providers, airlines, agents and all other contracts that DOTC and CAAP have with entities operating at the 6 airports. b) Copy of minutes and results of consultations with existing concessionaires, tenant, service providers, airlines, agents, and all other contracts that DOTC and CAAP have with relevant, will be available to Pre-Qualified Bidders through a Virtual Data Room. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. Further information will be provided to Pre-Qualified Bidders in the ITB. Documents and information, to the extent available and relevant, will be available to Pre-Qualified Bidders through a Virtual Data Room.
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