Submission of Final A/E Evaluation Board Report and Ranking to GSA Selection Authority
GSA Selection Authority's Final Selection and Announcement of Its Decision
6 . 4 Procedures Governing the A/E Selection Process
Within the Design Excellence process, these procedures govern the conduct of the A/E
All members of the A/E Evaluation Board must sign and adhere to GSA "Conflict of
Interest" and "Nondisclosure" policies.
The names of individuals on the A/E Evaluation Board and those on any related charrette
or vision competition jury must not be made public in advance of the final selection and
contract with the lead designer-A/E team.
All members of the A/E Evaluation Board must have a professional understanding of
essential design principles, the GSA procurement process, and ethics related to procurement
The A/E Evaluation Board chair, in consultation with the contracting officer, must explain
and make sure members have a common understanding of the selection process, the
selection criteria, and how criteria should be evaluated.
To convene any meeting of the board or jury, a quorum of at least 75 percent of its
members must be present to make a recommendation.
Information related to a lead designer-A/E team selection is procurement-sensitive.
It must not be discussed or distributed outside official meetings of the A/E Evaluation