DoES Instructions to Tenderers (ITTW1 and ITTW2) updated in line with current CWMF documentation. DoES Model Form letters uploaded.
Suitability assessment documents relocated to Procedures and Cost Plans
Tender Documentation material is organised in the following categories:
1. Public Works Contracts
2. Model Forms
3. Archive Documents
Documents include Department of Education and Skills [DoES] material, public works contracts, instructions to tenderers, forms of tender and schedules, model forms, template letters and contractor suitability questionnaires and guidance.
Some links are to the Capital Works Management Framework [CWMF] website www.constructionprocurement.gov.ie which contains an integrated set of national contracts, guidance and procedures.
Use of DoES version of CWMF Documents
The DoES procurement procedures and model forms closely matches the CWMF documents, using the original CWMF document where possible. Where CWMF documents contain sector-specific or project-particular elements which must be completed by the Contracting Authority before use, the DoES has filled in the sector-specific elements and has provided guidance on how to complete the project-specific elements.
These documents retain their CWMF title and code but have a DoES/ prefix to show they are Department of Education and Skills versions (e.g. DoES/ITTW1 for the Invitation to Tender for Works, Restricted Procedure). Where a DoES version of a document is available this version must be used.
Document Edition & Revision
Document edition numbers and revisions are stated on the cover of each document. To check for previous versions, follow the link to the relevant section and scroll down to ARCHIVE DOCUMENTS.
PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACTS
Note: Notwithstanding the provisions of Clauses 10.2, 10.3 and 10.4 of ITTW1 and ITTW2 the DoES Model Form letters below, to successful and unsuccessful contractors, cover most situations and should be used in conjunction with DTP-2012. Where a particular circumstance arises which is not covered by the DoES template letters please refer to the Construction Procurement website below for an appropriate template.
For all other Model Forms see the links below.
Please also see the Construction Procurement Reform Website: http://constructionprocurement.gov.ie/model-forms/