Preferred Bidder Agreement

8.3.4. Evaluation and selection of the preferred bidder As indicated during negotiations with bidders: during the tendering process as part of the procurement strategy decision, some governments use an interactive tendering or competition procedure to develop their proposals, in which bidders cooperate more broadly in Sendap. As a general rule, as part of this procedure, bidders first submit technical proposals, which are then the subject of feedback and discussions with the adjudicator authority, in order to verify the proposed solutions according to the needs of the Authority before submitting a final proposal. Some bidders may be excluded from the process at different stages. Article 24 describes the information that pPP tender documents must contain. These include requirements for participation as bidders, bidding rules, costs and quality of goods, work and services required to complete the project, duration of contracts and bidder selection rules. Article 30 defines the tendering process, including the rights and obligations of stakeholders, as well as the time and time frames for each stage. After the contracting procedure, a tender evaluation committee is set up. The committee conducts a fair objective assessment of the bids received by bidders based on the criteria communicated to bidders during the first phase of the tender and the EOI phase.

During the evaluation, the committee may request and require clarification from the bidders. As a general rule, offers that do not meet the specified requirements (called “non-reaction”) are excluded from the evaluation process. At a minimum, this interaction involves providing information to bidders and responding to requests for clarification regarding the PSR. In some cases, therefore, the government may consider updating the PSR documents. The typical channels of this type of communication are as follows: in some cases, despite the offer received, there may not be clearly preferred bidders. This may be due, for example. B, the fact that no offer meets the requirements. or because a non-compliant offer seems to offer a better quality-price option than adjusting offers.

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