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Technical Evaluation Score Sheet
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Proposal #: _____________________ Evaluator’s Name: ___________________________ Summary Score: _______________ Proposal Offered by: _______________________________
(NAME OF COMPANY)
The (INSERT NAME OF AGENCY, DIVISION, BRANCH, ETC.) has a need to procure (INSERT A DESCRIPTION OF THE NEEDED SERVICES/REQUIREMENTS). The offered proposal is in response to the (INSERT NAME OF AGENCY, DIVISION, BRANCH, ETC.)’s (INSERT DATE OF REQUEST) request for proposal.
EVALUATION OF THE PROPOSAL
METHOD OF EVALUATION
Proposals will be evaluated against the requirements of the solicitation and in accordance with the evaluation factors set forth below to determine the demonstrated ability of the Offeror to perform the services required. The evaluator will provide a summary of the strengths, weaknesses, and risk for each factor/sub-factor evaluated.
The evaluator will use the final evaluation sheet to summarize the overall rating awarded the proposal at the consensus meeting. Again, the evaluators will address strengths, weaknesses, and risks.
The technical proposal will be evaluated in relation to the following evaluation factors:
Factor 1: Experience and Capability –
1A. How much experience does the Offeror have in performing this type of contract?
1B. What infrastructure and resources does the Offeror bring to this task order?
1C. What key personnel has the Offeror assigned to this task order, and what are their experience levels?
Factor 2: Past Performance
How well has the Offeror documented in its proposal a high level of success in the following business practices?
2A. Offeror’s record of providing high quality services in a timely manner
2B. Standards of good workmanship
2C. Adhering to contract schedules, including the administrative aspects of contract performance
2D. Overall personnel quality, availability, and stability
2E. Reasonable and cooperative behavior
2F. Commitment to and business-like concern for the interests of the customer
2G. Overall program management approach, quality, and capability
2H. Record of awards or performance recognition earned; and overall client satisfaction
TECHNICAL EVALUATION SHEETS – BUREAU OF CENSUS TRAVEL MANAGEMENT SERVICES PROPOSAL
2A. Evaluate the Offeror’s record of providing high quality services in a timely manner.
2B. Evaluate how the Offeror has complied with travel regulations.
2C. Evaluate the standards of good workmanship the Offeror has supported.
2D. Evaluate how well the Offeror has adhered to contract schedules, including the administrative aspects of contract performance.
2E. Evaluate the overall quality, availability, and stability of the personnel offered by the Offeror.
2F. Evaluate the reasonable and cooperative behavior of the Offeror.
2G. Evaluate the commitment to and business-like concern for the interests of the customer by the Offeror.
2H. Evaluate the overall program management approach, quality, and capability of the Offeror.
2I. Evaluate the record of awards or performance recognition earned; and overall client satisfaction of the services provided by the Offeror.
Subscore: ___________________ (Fair/Good/Excellent/Outstanding)
TECHNICAL EVALUATION SHEETS – BUREAU OF CENSUS TRAVEL MANAGEMENT SERVICES PROPOSAL
SUMMARY SHEET – ALL TECHNICAL FACTORS CONSIDERED
SUMMARY SCORE: ________________ (Fair/Good/Excellent/Outstanding)
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Last Revised: October 15, 2012