C-65.1, r. 4 - Regulation respecting certain service contracts of public bodies

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5. In its tender documents, a public body must provide
(1)  a description of the procurement requirements and conditions on which the contract is to be carried out;
(1.1)  if applicable, the description of the options;
(2)  (paragraph revoked);
(3)  the eligibility requirements of service providers and the compliance requirements for tenders;
(4)  a list of the documents or other items required from service providers;
(5)  the tender opening procedure;
(6)  where a quality evaluation of tenders is to be made, the evaluation rules, including the criteria selected and, for the purposes of Schedule 2, their respective weighting;
(7)  the contract award rule, including any calculation to be applied before awarding the contract;
(8)  the contract to be signed; and
(9)  any other particular required under this Regulation.
O.C. 533-2008, s. 5; O.C. 430-2013, s. 2; 293-2016O.C. 293-2016, s. 4.
5. In its tender documents, a public body must provide
(1)  a description of the procurement requirements and conditions on which the contract is to be carried out;
(1.1)  if applicable, the description of the options;
(2)  in the case of a joint call for tenders within the meaning of section 15 of the Act, the identity of every public body and legal person established in the public interest that are parties to the joint call for tenders or that have expressed in writing their intent to be parties to it and the identification of their procurement requirements;
(3)  the eligibility requirements of service providers and the compliance requirements for tenders;
(4)  a list of the documents or other items required from service providers;
(5)  the tender opening procedure;
(6)  where a quality evaluation of tenders is to be made, the evaluation rules, including the criteria selected and, for the purposes of Schedule 2, their respective weighting;
(7)  the contract award rule, including any calculation to be applied before awarding the contract;
(8)  the contract to be signed; and
(9)  any other particular required under this Regulation.
In the case referred to in subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph, every party to a joint call for tenders must use the services of the selected provider, on the conditions specified in the tender documents.
O.C. 533-2008, s. 5; O.C. 430-2013, s. 2.
5. In its tender documents, a public body must provide
(1)  a description of the procurement requirements and conditions on which the contract is to be carried out;
(2)  in the case of a joint call for tenders within the meaning of section 15 of the Act, the identity of every public body and legal person established in the public interest that are parties to the joint call for tenders;
(3)  the eligibility requirements of service providers and the compliance requirements for tenders;
(4)  a list of the documents or other items required from service providers;
(5)  the tender opening procedure;
(6)  where a quality evaluation of tenders is to be made, the evaluation rules, including the criteria selected and, for the purposes of Schedule 2, their respective weighting;
(7)  the contract award rule, including any calculation to be applied before awarding the contract;
(8)  the contract to be signed; and
(9)  any other particular required under this Regulation.
In the case referred to in subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph, every party to a joint call for tenders must use the services of the selected provider, on the conditions specified in the tender documents.
O.C. 533-2008, s. 5.