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EOI Phase Efficiency Strategies

The efficiency strategies, the procurement objectives and the overview of the efficiency factors developed

for the EOI phase are described below.

Efficiency Strategy

Procurement objective

Summary of the efficiency

factors detailed in Attachment 4

Efficiency Strategy

Procurement objective

Summary of the efficiency

factors detailed in Attachment 4

Efficiency Strategy

The EOI process, including the evaluation methodology, is designed to

provide alignment between the EOI response and the project objectives.

The selection of those EOI respondents which are most likely to submit proposals which have the

greatest certainty of delivery of the project objectives.

Delivery of the project objectives is likely to be more certain if the selection of proponents is directly

aligned with those objectives. The identified efficiency factors relate to:

alignment between project objectives and EOI evaluation criteria;

alignment between criteria and information required in EOI responses;

alignment of evaluation methodology with criteria measurement method; and

evaluation in accordance with the methodology.

The EOI documents contain relevant information to enable potential participants

to understand the project requirements, the procurement process and

the issues affecting the submission and evaluation of EOI responses.

The potential participants have sufficient relevant information to enable them to effectively develop

their Project strategy and inform the development of EOI responses.

The Agency and the project will benefit if appropriate and accurate details are included in the EOI

documents to enable participants to optimise their proposals. The identified efficiency factors

relate to:

a comprehensive description of the project requirements;

a description of the EOI process including the evaluation methodology; and

clear protocols applicable to the Agency and respondents.

The EOI Phase is undertaken in accordance with the information advised

to potential participants and the evaluation of EOI responses and the

announcement of the selected Proponents is undertaken in the shortest

practical time.

Procurement objective The potential participants do not suffer avoidable delays or wasted effort during the EOI Phase.

Summary of the efficiency

factors detailed in Attachment 4

Potential participants are exposed to additional cost and resource inefficiency if processes are

unnecessarily delayed. The identified efficiency factors relate to:

recognition of the effects of delay;

effective planning and management to avoid delay; and

early advice to potential participants if a delay emerges.

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VOLUME 2

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