Negotiated procurement – works best for large purchases i.e., equipment, land, or buildings.
Companies require negotiation as part of the process in order to lower the cost of the assets as much
as possible. This method will often need different competencies from the procurement office.
The technology industry typically negotiated procurement process. During the negotiated procurement process, no one can get from the government, a contractor’s technical solution, including the unique technology, if this happens would compromise the contractor’s intellectual property. Since the company’s …show more content…
It is commonly used for construction contracting; and to acquire both commercial and non-commercial products and services, but it’s commonly used for construction contracting. Required if following circumstances exits: Time permits the solicitation, submission, and evaluation of sealed bids; the award will be made on the basis of price and other price-related factors; it is not necessary to conduct discussions with the responding offerors about their bids; and there is a reasonable expectation of receiving more than one sealed bed. (offer limited to firm-fixed price or fixed-price with economic adjustment type contract). (FAR 14.104)
` The construction industry typically involves a sealed bid procurement process. The tasks of
landscaping and snow removal, do fall under the construction industry
Here a just a few things to consider about a seal bid procurement, that I never knew until researching this process. FAR guidance for seal bidding is more general and therefore less helpful for a CO struggling with what can or can’t be released. Any solicitation for a contract should be transmitted by the CO, and the CO should never share info with prospective bidders. The government would conduct a seal bid procurement to determine that the award will be made on the basis of price and will