User's Guide to Prequalification of Bidders January 2013
Asian Development Bank | January 2013
The purpose of this User’s Guide is to provide guidance to Employers on how to prepare a prequalification document based on ADB’s Standard Procurement Document for the Prequalification of Bidders (SPQD) and how to evaluate Applications. This SPQD has been prepared by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and is based on the Master Procurement Document entitled “Prequalification Documents for Procurement of Works”, prepared by multilateral development banks and other public international financial institutions which reflects the majority view of these institutions. This document has the structure and the provisions of the Master Procurement Document, except where ADB-specific considerations have required a change. The SPQD has been prepared to facilitate prequalification of Bidders for large and complex civil works contracts, and contracts for technically complex plant. This is to ensure that only firms with appropriate experience, a proven track record, and necessary annual turnover, which are free of any major pending litigation, if applicable, will be invited to submit bids. The SPQD is to be used for the prequalification process for civil works and plant contracts to be procured through International Competitive Bidding. An important feature of this SPQD is that it can be used with minimum changes, as it does not contain explanations, footnotes or examples. The SPQD is only available in electronic format. This Guide includes an initial section on how to prepare the Invitation for Prequalification (IFP). The Employer should note that the IFP is not a part of the prequalification document.
CitationAsian Development Bank. 2013. User's Guide to Prequalification of Bidders January 2013. © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6273.
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