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    today, we continue our important Course PM-1 for Tender Documents Preparation by
    explaining the topic #11 which is Tender Forms & Schedules.

    Tender Schedules Definition:


    Tender Schedules seek specific information from tenderers for the evaluation of
    tenders and must be submitted as part of their tenders.

    It is documentary evidence establishing the tenderer's qualifications in
    accordance with the requirements of Evaluation and Qualification Criteria, using
    the relevant schedules/ forms issued as part of the tender documents

    Tender Schedules Purposes:

    1-The tender schedules are needed to allow tenderers to describe their offers in
    terms of the evaluation criteria.

    2-Establishing the conformity of the Technical Proposal offered by the tenderer
    with the Tender Document.

    3-Establishing the tenderer's qualifications in accordance with the requirements
    of Evaluation and Qualification Criteria.

    Tender Schedules Types:


    The tender schedules have many types of forms, so for each unique tender, we
    must assigned Cleary the needed Tender Schedules for this tender which differ
    from one tender to other , some tender schedules are mandatory , some need to be
    added , some need to be ignored and some need to be created for certain
    evaluation purposes.

    1- Letter of Tender
    2- Schedules of Prices / Bill of Quantities
    3- Form of Tender Security
    4- Schedule of Supplementary Information

    to read more, please follow the link:

    http://alihassanelashmawy.blogspot.com/2012/01/tender-forms-and-schedules.html

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    Damien Coupin
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    I suggest to visit e-electricity.com to find all recent electrical tenders

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