I. General Inspection of Bidding Documents
1. Check the project number and title: Whether the project number and title of the whole tender document are correct or not.
In practice, because of the large number of tenders compiled by the operation department, in order to save time, many time-sharing tenders are compiled by revising the original tender documents. Sometimes, due to the tight time or compiling other tenders at the same time, the project number and title of the tender may be wrong.
2. Check the title of the tenderer: whether the title of the tenderer differs from the certificate of suspension of business, qualification certificate, safe consumption promise certificate, bank credit certificate, etc.
Sometimes when inviting tenders, there are not a few people who make mistakes in the title of the tenderer in a hurry, such as fewer words, wrong words, and those who help others to prepare tenders by borrowing the qualifications of other units, it is easy to make mistakes in the title of the tenderer.
3. Check the typesetting of bidding documents: text format, font, line number, whether the pictures are ambiguous or inclined, whether these can be edited according to the request of bidding documents.
4. Check the catalogue of bidding documents: whether the bidding documents can be compiled, whether the catalogue can be completed, whether the catalogue can be compiled according to the request of the bidding documents, whether the page number can be updated, etc.
5. Check the integrity of bidding documents: Stop checking item by item according to the catalogue of bidding documents to see if there are any missing items.
6. Check page number, header and footer: Stop checking page by page for page number, header and footer to see if there are overlaps or missing pages, and if the starting page of page number is correct.
7. Check the content of bidding: Compare the bidding documents to see if the content of bidding conforms to the rules.
8. Check the quotation: Pay attention to the monetary unit (especially the international bid), whether the tender quotation is larger than the highest control price, whether the tender quotation is an effective quotation (except for the alternative plan submitted by the tender request), whether the paper version, electronic version and upload are final versions, and whether there are differences.
9. Check the budget document: Whether the contents of the budget document fit the scope, quantity and the form submitted by the rules of bidding documents.