Study on Bidding and Bid Management of Government Procurement
|Keywords||Government procurement bidding and bid bid evaluation expert scoring method|
After the "Government Procurement Law" promulgated and implemented, the standardized management of government procurement was conducted by the local governments of different levels. However, it’s still worth to study in all aspects of government procurement. According to the government procurement processes and evaluation methods of Beijing Municipal Government, this article analyzed the management processes of bidding and bid of the Beijing Information Technology College (BITC) remote training base, and then to study some problems in the government procurement and put forward some corresponding solutions. On the basis of the basic theory of the Government procurement and tender management, the paper analysis and research focused on the BITC remote training base of government procurement.This article emphasized pay more attention on some areas such as the preparatory work of bidding project, invite tender, evaluation, calibration and so on. What’s more, author made some contrast and analysis as well as study in detail for the evaluation made by experts in scoring and tender. At the same time, combined the contents of tenders and expert estimates evaluation, this article comprehensively analyzed and compared the reputation, technology solutions and services training plan of the bidding company.According to analysis and research, four issues was summarized that existed in the Chinese Government procurement, they are as follows: legal system matched has not yet been established, national market competition mechanism hasn’t formed, bidding and bid methods are not perfect, and government procurement team has defect.Against to these four aspects of problems,corresponding countermeasures should be taken, such as to establish the laws and regulations coordinate with all levels of local government, to form a national market competition mechanism, to perfect bidding and bid procurement practices, and to strengthen government procurement staff.