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<Project Name>

Office of Systems Integration

Evaluation and Selection Plan

Date

combined by weighting the references as shown below, depending on the number of subcontractor companies proposed by the prime.

(Prime Bidder’s Score * weight) + (subcontractor score * weight) = Final Reference Check Score

Table 3. Subcontractor Reference Check Weighting

# of Subcontractors

Prime Vendor

Subcontractor 1

Subcontractor 2

Subcontractor 3

0 Subcontractors

1.00

0

0

0

1 Subcontractor

0.75

0.25

0

0

2 Subcontractors

0.5

0.25

0.25

0

3 Subcontractors

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Proposals may earn up to xxx points for their responses to the requirements of the RFP. The points allocated to the various areas are shown in the table below, along with the RFP reference.

Table 4. Summary of Scorable Areas

RFP Area

Maximum Score

RFP Reference

Administrative Requirements

Statement of Work Requirements

Project Management Requirements

Staffing/Staff Resumes Requirements

Project Management Plan Requirements

Reference Check Requirements

Technical Requirements

Cost Requirements

TOTAL

xxx

The point definitions used in the scoring worksheets are as follows.

Table 5. Point Scoring Definitions

Score

Value

Description

0

Not Applicable

The proposal response does not address the requirement or the response does not describe experience related to this requirement.

1

Poor

The proposal response minimally addresses the requirement, but one or more major components or considerations for this requirement are not addressed. There is a low degree of confidence in the bidder’s response or proposed solution.

2

Acceptable

The proposal response addresses the requirement adequately, but minor considerations are not addressed. There is an acceptable degree of confidence in the bidder’s response or proposed solution.

3

Good

The proposal response fully addresses the requirement and provides a good quality solution. There is a good degree of confidence in the bidder’s response or proposed solution.

4

Very Good

The proposal response addresses all considerations of this requirement and includes innovative or cost-saving approaches. There is a high degree of confidence in the bidder’s response or

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