Evaluation is a core aspect of procurement, however, the Regulations offer little in the way of guidance for those tasked with this role. There are many aspects that need to be considered when undertaking this process, from developing a strategy to building an evaluation matrix.
It’s also important to consider the structure of the process and the evaluation model you intend to select, as mistakes at this stage can lead to the wrong decisions being taken.
This zone will look at a number of evaluation related topics including Developing a Matrix, Evaluation at the Selection Stage and Alternative Evaluation Models.View Agenda Download Guide Book Now
Who should attend?
- Procurement personnel
- Contract managers
- Legal and Finance
- End Users
- Project managers
- and any other individual likely to be involved in drafting evaluation criteria or undertaking the evaluation process.
What you will learn
- How to consider some of the legal issues
- How to use evaluation of Project Specific questions in the Selection Questionnaire
- How and when to include additional criteria safely when building evaluation models
- Whether the standard variable model is the most suitable, particularly when considering cost instead of price
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