More Articles for invitation for bids (IFB)

In Court: A Problem of Deviation

Better Roads Staff - Jun 05, 2013

In Court: A Problem of Deviation

To be awarded a public contract, a contractor’s bid must be responsive to the material requirements of the invitation for bids (IFB). Minor deviations may be waived, though material deviations may not. The failure to properly complete a bid form ...

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Low bid called ‘non-responsive’

Better Roads Staff - Feb 24, 2013

Low bid called ‘non-responsive’

A goal of public contracts is to procure goods and services at the best price possible while maintaining a level playing field for all bidders. This is accomplished through competitive bidding statutes. These statutes require that all bids must be ...

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Low bid called ‘non-responsive’

Tina Grady Barbaccia - Feb 01, 2013

Low bid called ‘non-responsive’

Low bid called “non-responsive” Rejection after failure to follow RFP requirements results in DOT rejection (For a downloadble PDF of this "In Court," click here.) A goal of public contracts is to procure goods and services at the best price possible while ...

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In Court

Brooke Wisdom - May 07, 2012

In Court

Low Bid? A case of responsiveness and balance in a contract By Brian Morrow A recent case regarding the Army Corp of Engineers’ improper rejection of a low bid — Matter of W. B. Construction and Sons, Inc. (Jan. 4, 2012) — highlights ...

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