Discussion 5: Evaluation

Performance management happens once a contract is already signed and being implemented. Performance can be measured both for the supplier and for the buyer. This technology will allow users to evaluate and scorecard performance. Users can create surveys (evaluations), email them to the suppliers and buyers (stakeholders) and collect and aggregate the results.

Surveys are stored in a library and reused or recalled as needed.  The aggregated results of the survey or evaluation are displayed in a user friendly scorecard, giving the user a clear picture of how the supplier or buyer is performing in many different areas.

The number of evaluation requirements applicable to:

  • Ministries: 1
  • Ministries and broader public service: 66
  • Vendors: 4
  • Total number of evaluation requirements: 71

 

NOTEThis page summarizes the feedback received between June 15 and September 30, 2015 on the BC Bid Replacement project, and is provided for historical reference only.

 

THREE THOUGHTS ON “DISCUSSION 5: EVALUATION”

 

1.     Vicky Renneberg from Vancouver Island/Coast said on June 18, 2015 at 11:10 am:

I’m not seeing anything in the list of Requirements that mentions FOIPPA considerations in potential survey builds.

 

2.     Paul said on July 19, 2015 at 1:25 pm:

There is a conflict in a few requirements between the desire to allow survey respondents to respond using only email (5.1.20) or to download to Excel (5.1.23), and the need to have a more interactive survey that will require comments/attachments (5.1.21,22,24) when they respond to specific questions. The latter group require interactivity only available when responding to an ONLINE survey, which precludes use of email or excel ONLY.

Best practice these days is to require online responses (even in the consumer space with the likes of SurveyMonkey).

 

3.     moderator Jason said on September 24, 2015 at 2:06 pm:

Comment external to the forum:

5.2.40: Classification should include small business and micro-business (0-4 employees)

 

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