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RFP Phase Time Metrics

The proposed time metrics and the purposes of those time metrics for the RFP Phase are as follows.

Activity

Duration of RFP period.

Duration of interactive

process.

Latest time for material

changes (time, cost,

risk) issued in Addenda

Latest time for

minor changes

(clarification without

material impacts)

issued in Addenda

Latest issue of marked

up project documents

to proponents following

specific early proponent

submissions (i.e.

Deed) during the RFP

preparation.

Time Metrics

(more complex to less complex)

D&C PPP Alliance

12 to 16 weeks

to 8 to 12 weeks

(from issue of

RFP documents

to submission of

proposals)

8 to 4 weeks

(from issue of

RFP)

6 weeks before

RFP close

4 weeks before

RFP close

6 weeks before

RFP close

24 to 18 weeks

(from issue of

RFP documents

to submission of

proposals) and

up to 34 weeks

for ‘unique

projects’ – subject

to market

feedback

20 to 10 weeks

(from issue of

RFP)

12 weeks before

RFP close

9 to 8 weeks

before RFP

close

12 weeks before

RFP close

12 to 8 weeks

(from issue of

RFP documents

to submission of

proposals)

6 to 4 weeks

(from issue of

RFP)

4 weeks before

RFP close

2 weeks before

RFP close

2 weeks before

RFP close

Purposes of Time Metrics

For proponent to have:

sufficient time to develop the full proposal.

For Agency to have:

reasonable minimum time to receive proposal.

For proponents to have:

sufficient opportunity to maximise Project

knowledge.

For Agency to have:

sufficient opportunity to align Proposals with

Agency objectives.

For proponents to have:

sufficient time to accommodate change in

Proposal.

For proponents to have:

sufficient time to accommodate change in

Proposal.

For proponents to have:

sufficient time to consider and assess position

for the proposal.

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