Multi-Stage Bidding PowerPoint Presentation

Multi-Stage Bidding PowerPoint Presentation

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Multi-Stage Bidding

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Definition - NIGP

Definition

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Definition - NIGP

A method of source selection involving two competitive steps, combining the elements of both competitive sealed bids and competitive sealed proposals. The first step may require the submission of technical and price proposals with only the technical proposals being evaluated and scored. The second step involves the opening of price proposals of those firms who have achieved the highest technical scores.

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Advantages of Multi-Stage Bidding

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Advantages of Multi-Stage Bidding

Allows pre-qualification screening processAllows more flexibility with potentially acceptable bid responsesAllows request for additional information from bidders

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Advantages of Multi-Stage Bidding

Larger potential pool of qualified biddersAward made to low bidderNo cost benefit analysis requiredOther

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Dis-Advantages of Multi-Stage Bidding

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Dis-Advantages of Multi-Stage Bidding

New procedure-trainingTime duration of processAward made to low bidOther

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Prequalification Procedures

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Prequalification Procedures

Publish the solicitation as required by the jurisdiction

state

type of procurement item being solicited

State

scope of work

Conduct

as many stages as determined to be appropriate

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Prequalification Procedures

Requirements for and purpose for each stage to be published in bid

Criteria

not to be so restrictive to unreasonably limit competition

Instructions

, Due dates and time for each stage are established

Evaluation

criteria are established

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Prequalification Procedures

No pricing to be submitted during qualification stage(s)

Bids

in a subsequent stage will only be accepted from bidders deemed qualified in the previous stage

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Prequalification Questions

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Prequalification Questions

Do all stages need to be listed in the original bid ?

Do

performance rating criteria need to be included?

Is

a bid rejected if pricing is submitted during a qualification stage?

Do

notifications need to be sent after a bidder is deemed unacceptable?

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Case Study

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Final Stage

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Final Stage

Solicit bids from bidders who are prequalified

Award to low bidder

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Multi-Stage Questions

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Multi-Stage Questions

Can Process be used for multiple award contracts?

Can

Process by used for term contracts?

What

are examples of commodities or services where this is the optimal tool?

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Creation of Approved Vendor Lists

Caution

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Creation of Approved Vendor Lists

Request

for Qualifications (RFQ)

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Creation of Approved Vendor Lists

Code requires additional procedures

Pre-qualified vendor lists only good for 18 months

Units

may

limit bid participation to pre-qualified bidders for the specified item(s)

RFQ may not be used if only 1 vendor is placed on list.

Rfq

process to be cancelled

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Creation of Approved Vendor Lists

Code requires additional procedures

Written justification to be sent to all suppliers who are not put on list

To include reasons that the supplier did not meet qualification requirements

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Creation of Approved Vendor Lists

Code requires additional procedures

Make approved vendor list available to public within 30 days after RFQ due date

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Questions


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