DUTIES OF THE INVENTORY INSPECTION BOARD IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REGULATIONS OF THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE REGARDING PROCUREMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF GOVERNMENT SUPPLIES, B.E. 2560
The objectives of this research were 1) to create a work manual of the Inventory Inspection Committee in accordance with the regulations of the Ministry of Finance on Procurement and Government Procurement Administration of B.E. 2560, and 2) to assess the accuracy of the operational manual in accordance with the regulations of the Ministry of Finance on procurement and management of government supplies, B.E. 2560. before publishing. The study is in accordance with the law that is enforced, namely 1) the Procurement and Procurement Management Act of B.E. 2560, 2) relevant regulations, and 3) the duties of the Contract Management and Parcel Inspection Committee. The study found that: 1. Procurement and Materials Management of Public Sector Act, B.E. 2560 under Section 4 Procurement, means the process to obtain parcels by purchasing, hiring, renting, exchanging or by other legal acts as set in ministerial regulations. The reason for this announcement is that the procurement and procurement management of the government sector will have the same standard of operation by setting a benchmark in order to be transparent and open the opportunity for fair competition. There is a procurement process that takes into account the purpose of use, which will create value for money. 2. The relevant rules and regulations in the promulgation of this Ministerial Regulation are due to the Government Procurement and Procurement Administration Act B.E. 2560, which has established standards for the government agencies to be used as guidelines for providing procurement and administrative services for the government sector with a standard operating framework. 3. The duties of the contract management committee and the parcel inspection specify the duty of the committee to receive parcels for purchase or employment in accordance with Article 175 are that 1) Check the parcels at the office of the users of that parcels, 2) Check the parcels correctly and completely according to the agreed evidence. In the case that it cannot be counted as a whole unit, it must be inspected according to statistical principles, 3) Check the parcel on the day that the seller or employer delivers the package and complete the process quickly, and 4) Once the inspection is complete and correct, the package will be accepted and the seller or contractor has delivered the package correctly since the date the seller delivered the package.