On the other hand, public procurement, particularly those resulting from public procurement or through public procurement, constitutes a special contract, which is mainly subject to specific laws. Capalla v. COMELEC taught us that parties to a government contract are not entirely free to amend or amend the terms of the treaty. The awarding of public contracts through public procurement is a matter of public policy.  The provisions of the applicable law, in particular the provisions relating to matters concerned by public order, are considered to be included in such a government contract imbued with public interest.  In contracting contracts, the rights and obligations of the parties are governed not only by the Civil Code, but also by R.A. No. 9184. If we consider the second school of thought, we can ignore our fears and continue with a valid contract. The statutory remedy is to compel each other to comply with this form, since the contract may already be being refined.
It is also recommended to apply the already perfected form and to the form prescribed by the GPPB in R.A. No. 9184, as described in this notice. “The GPPB follows the development of generic manuals and standard auction forms, which are mandatory for all contracting entities after issuance.  (Mentions in particular) Article 1357.Si the law requires a particular document or other form, as in the acts and contracts listed in the following article, contracting parties may coerce each other to comply with that form as soon as the contract is perfected. This right may be exercised at the same time as the contractual act. The authorities mentioned above have given us the clear mandate of the GPPB. The GPPB was created to define, formulate and, if necessary, amend the terms and regulations.  The powers, duties and responsibilities of the former Public Procurement Policy Committee were also taken up by the GPPB.  Article 1356. Contracts are binding in any form, as long as all the conditions of validity are met. However, if the law requires that a contract be valid or enforceable in one way or another, or that a contract is proven in some way, that requirement is absolute and indispensable.