Vendor whose performance is found to be poor as per the vendor rating system are to be kept on vendor holiday list giving them a reasonable opportunity to improve their performance before terminating them form the approved vendor list.
Deregistration of Vendors:
A firm is considered for deregistration in case the vendor rating falls below the permissible limit. This action may also be necessary in case the firms get into litigation with GSL or in case CVC directives debars such firms for any dealing with the shipyard. The de-registration can be subdivided into two categories i.e. Temporary and Permanent.
- In case of litigation.
- Due to poor performance
- Temporary deregistration of Vendor shall be notified by HOD (COMM.) based on proper justification by committee/system evaluation.
This is a more stringent measure and decision is taken by the CMD based on recommendation of the Committee. In this connection, para 4 of CMD Memo 57/2000 is relevant. This can be enforced under following conditions.
- Violation of the terms and conditions specified during registration and the contractual obligation if any.
- Poor vendor rating.
- In case of a false declaration either to GSL or any other Government Department/Agency.
- Supply of inferior quality of material/service.
- Deficiency in execution of contract.
- Lack of response continuously.
- In case firm is declared bankrupt or insolvent.
- For immoral/unethical practices.
Intimation to the Vendors:
In all such cases a notice is issued to the firm by the registration cell clearly stating the reason and action proposed. In case firms fail to provide necessary explanation within a reasonable time frame then the process of deregistration can be commenced.