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(a) The selection committee shall evaluate
(1) statements submitted in response to the solicitation for architect, engineer, or land surveying services, including proposals for joint ventures; and
(2) supplemental statements of qualifications and performance data, if submission of such statements was required.
(b) All statements and supplemental statements of qualifications and performance data shall be evaluated in light of the criteria set out in the solicitation.
(c) Criteria to be used in evaluating the statement of qualifications and performance data may include
(1) experience in providing the required services;
(2) the qualifications and competence of persons who would be assigned to perform the services, as reflected by technical training and education;
(3) ability to perform the services, as reflected by workload and the availability of adequate personnel, equipment, and facilities to perform the services expeditiously; and
(4) past performance, as reflected by the evaluations of private persons and officials of other government entities that have retained the services of the firm or person, with respect to such factors as control of costs, quality of work, and ability to meet deadlines.
(d) The selection committee may select firms or persons evaluated as being professionally and technically qualified for discussions and reasonably susceptible for award of a contract. The procurement officer shall notify each firm or person in writing of the date, time, and place of discussions, and, if necessary, shall provide each firm or person with additional information on the project and the services required. The notice may provide that a representative of a firm or person must attend discussions in order for the firm or person to be considered further.
History: Eff. 1/1/88, Register 104
Authority: AS 36.30.040
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