Sample Interview Le t t e r
CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE
RE: Supplemental Information for Stage II Lead Designer-A/E Team Interviews
in LOCATION on DATE
Prior to the scheduled Stage II interviews, each lead designer-A/E team is required to
submit NUMBER copies of:
Standard Form 330 documenting full lead designer-A/E team qualifications.
Subcontracting plan that identifies small business, women-owned business, and
small disadvantaged business status and state of origin for consultants or
Submissions are due no later than TIME, DATE to the CHOOSE ONE: GSA project
manager OR contracting officer: ADDRESS. No late submissions will be accepted
unless the U.S. Postal Service postmarks them at least two days prior to the due date.
The following parameters for the interview process are established to ensure maximum
utilization of the available time and to focus on responses to critical topics.
Because of time limitations and the need to focus on critical issues, the lead
designer-A/E team's representation may not exceed five individuals: lead designer
(attendance mandatory), associated architect (if proposed, attendance mandatory),
project manager, two team members (attendance optional). The optional positions
should only be used if the lead designer-A/E team wants to make specific points that
are unique to its team. Attendance and presentations by optional positions should
contribute substantially to the profile.
The interview process is intended to evoke a response to the critical design
objectives and the lead designer-A/E team's approach to manage and deliver the
program successfully. The lead designer-A/E team's presentation should respond to
the enclosed Stage II evaluation criteria recognizing the interview time constraints.
Presentation aids should be limited to a graphic presentation using boards or
projected images. The lead designer-A/E team must provide its own easels and/or
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