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Technical Evaluation Template
This tool provides guidance for Technical Evaluation, as the Technical Evaluation assesses the Offeror's proposed approach to satisfy the Government's requirements specified in the Order Request.
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This sample is for informational purposes only. Modification is required before use.
As a best practice, NITAAC recommends providing the award evaluation criteria in all solicitations, and under FAR 16.505(b)(1)(iii), an evaluation criteria is required where the anticipated value of the award is expected to exceed $5M.
What is NITAAC’s position on performance-based contracting?
NITAAC follows the guidance of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) which strongly encourages, but does not mandate, the use of Performance-Based Contracting (PBC).
Does NITAAC provide evaluation scoring sheets?
Yes, sample scoring sheets are available on our Tools and Templates page. However, the procuring agency contracting officer would be best suited to determine the adequacy of an evaluation scoring sheet based on the evaluation criteria established.