A glance at seniority checks
Qualifications inspection refers to the tenderer's evaluation and inspection of the applicant's operational qualification, professional qualification, financial situation, technical ability, management ability, performance and reputation to determine whether he has the qualifications and abilities to participate in project bidding and contract execution.
Qualifications inspection is a necessary procedure for bidding projects, so bidders must pay attention to it. Look at the qualifications check, mainly to see the performance, scope, finance, personnel and other hard indicators, and then see if my enterprise bidding has a hard threshold. Although in line with the criterion of encouraging competition, seniority checks are generally not too high or too special, they should also be taken seriously.
Second look at careful examination
Mainly look at the tender documents, some business, technical scoring standards. According to the strength of my company, I will analyze about what norms I request, how to get high marks from objective points (such as performance, financial situation, schedule arrangement, etc.) and objective points (such as plan). Based on these, I will formulate the bidding strategy, find my advantages, compensate for my advantages, and make sure I have a good idea.
Look at the Pre-Schedule of Tenderers'Notes
A close look at the pre-schedule of the tenderer's instructions covers all the key clauses. A careful study will help to clarify how the whole tender document should be done, especially some non-deviating clauses (essential clauses).
Look at Part of the Contract
Separation of business can not deviate from the terms, see the general requirements of the contract, settlement methods, payment conditions and so on.
Five Views of Technical Standard Books
This part should communicate with technicians meticulously and abundantly, and try to satisfy the bidder's request completely or as far as possible.
Sixth, remember the key points
Key points generally include: publicity period, tender deadline, guarantee or deposit, tender opening place, document format (such as signature and seal of key page), etc.