OIDI

AcronymDefinition
OIDIOrchestra Internazionale d'Italia
OIDIOpen Interoperative Document Initiative (open file document format)
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It also makes us wonder how significant is the cause of OIDI's disqualification.
The matter, which has since stalled the Calax deal, became complicated because OIDI's offer, while not opened by the Department of Public Works and Highways but by San Miguel before the media last June 13, turned out to be the biggest at P20.1 billion.
Government sources noted that Aquino's inclination was being influenced by the wide gap between Team Orion's offer and that of OIDI, amounting to P8.4 billion, despite the fact that the latter was disqualified.
"Team Orion reiterates its position that OIDI's appeal be dismissed and that the DPWH decision disqualifying OIDI from the Calax bid must be upheld on the grounds that OIDI's bid was not only deficient but was also not reviewed for technical compliance," Team Orion said in a separate statement also Monday.
It was earlier pointed out that a rebid would be complicated, because there would already be a perceived floor price, which is OIDI's P20.1 billion offer.
The DPWH resolution suspended by Malacanang referred to the disqualification of the technical proposal of OIDI for the $864-million tollroad project.
OIDI was disqualified as the DPWH deemed that its bid security-an irrevocable standby letter of credit in the amount of P355 million issued by a universal or commercial bank-was "not in compliance" with the provisions set forth in the guidelines.
The "stay" order from Malacanang constrains the DPWH from awarding the tollroad project to Team Orion, which had submitted the highest bid after OIDI was disqualified.
SMC had asked the Office of the President to reverse its disqualification but Team Orion opposed the move, saying OIDI has spoiled its bid when it withdrew its bid envelopes from the DPWH's custody and opened it before the media.
Meanwhile, SMC's Ramon Ang said OIDI will join in the rebidding.
OIDI clarified that its security was compliant with the ANZ Bank, which issued the security bid, informing the DPWH that its bid security was valid for 180 days or until November 29, 2014.
De la Cruz said that a day after the SBAC's order for OIDI to comply the SBAC, allegedly with the assistance of a Technical Working Group (TWG), "resolved to disqualify OIDI for failure to comply with the bidding rules with respect to the validity of its Bid Security despite the earlier clarifications and assurances made by both OIDI and its bank, ANZ Bank."