Is the council just looking for the cheapest option?
Posted on 25 November 2015 by Tom Dixon
It is extremely rare for a tender to be evaluated on price alone. The method used for evaluating tenders is described as “most economically advantageous tender” which means that a mixture of quality and price criteria would be used to evaluate all responses. These criteria are weighted, dependant on their importance; price is quite often less than 50% of any evaluation.
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