The requirements describe the tasks or activities to be performed by the Contractor.It also includes a detailed description of what is required for each of the identified deliverables.
In some cases, it is important to describe in this Section how the work will fit within other initiatives and who will be the ultimate end user of the requirement.
All deliverables and services rendered under any contract are subject to inspection by the HC Project Authority.
, you can clearly define your requirements to your supplier, so they know what needs to be delivered, how and by when.
This will help you to manage the performance of your supplier, ensuring that you receive exactly what it is that you're paying for.
It stipulates the deliverables or services required to fulfill the contract, and it defines the task to be accomplished or services to be delivered in clear, concise and meaningful terms.
Provides a total estimate of the overall value of the requirement, including the cost of the professional services, the travel and living costs, translation, miscellaneous costs, GST/HST and any other costs which will be associated with the requirement.This information may help to establish a progress payment schedule.This section identifies the manner in which the work is to be delivered and will be measured as completed.Every time you need to request work from an external supplier, you need to issue a Statement of Work.It helps you clarify what it is that you want from your supplier and the timeframes in which to complete it.It also identifies the guidelines and templates that must be followed or used by the Contractor in completing the work.Some relevant examples might be the reference to the specific section of the International Committee on Harmonization Guidelines or the use of the PSEAT or other guidelines.Provides details of how the Project Authority will control the work (progress meetings, demonstrations, prototypes etc.).It will identify how the payment schedule will be matched to the measurement of performance throughout the contract.Should any deliverables not be to the satisfaction of the HC Project Authority, as submitted, the HC Project Authority shall have the right to reject it or require correction before payment will be authorized.E2.5 Reporting Requirements: Describes any performance or status reporting requirements which will be expected of the Contractor during the life of the Contract.