Once a procurement process is complete, a winning bidder will receive a tender award.
Once a procurement process is complete, the winning bidder will receive a tender award.
The requirements for a particular tender are set out in the RFP or RFQ document and the winning bidders are usually chosen based on a combination of factors including:
Usually the highest scoring bidder will win the bid. However sometimes objective criteria may allow the procuring entity to award to bidder who did not score the highest but may have met a special requirement that is identified in the RFP. These special requirements must be mentioned in the RFP.
All of the bids will be sent to a Bid Evaluation Committee (BEC)
The bids will now be sent to the Bid Adjudication Committee - the BAC
A Preferred Bidder will be appointed
The BAC assess whether: