Terms of Reference definition

Terms of Reference. (TOR) means the document included in the RFP as Section 5 which explains the objectives, scope of work, activities, tasks to be performed, respective responsibilities of the Client and the Consultant, and expected results and deliverables of the assignment.
Terms of Reference or “TOR” means the document which explains the objectives, scope of work, activities, task to be performed, respective responsibilities of the procuring entity and the bidder, and expected results and deliverables of the assignment.
Terms of Reference. (TOR) refers to the document included in this RFP as Section 3 which describes the objectives, scope of services, activities, tasks to be performed, respective responsibilities of the proposer, expected results and deliverables and other data pertinent to the performance of the range of duties and services expected of the successful proposer.

Examples of Terms of Reference in a sentence

  • The evaluation team shall review and evaluate the Technical Proposals on the basis of their responsiveness to the Terms of Reference and other documentation provided, applying the evaluation criteria, sub-criteria, and point system specified in the Data Sheet (DS no.

  • Examples of the situations mentioned are when a Consultant engaged to prepare engineering design for an infrastructure project shall not be recruited to prepare an independent environmental assessment for the same project; similarly, a Consultant assisting a Procuring Entity in privatization of public assets shall not purchase, nor advise purchasers, of such assets; or a Consultant hired to prepare Terms of Reference (TOR) for a project shall not be recruited for the project in question.

  • The Contractor shall submit original invoices or financial reports (as required by UNDP) for the Goods delivered in accordance with the Technical Specifications for Goods and/or the Services provided in accordance with the schedule set forth in the Terms of Reference and Schedule of Payments.

  • A Proposal shall be rendered non- responsive at this stage if it does not substantially respond to the RFP particularly the demands of the Terms of Reference, which also means that it fails to achieve the minimum technical score indicated in the Data Sheet (DS no.

  • Negotiations will include a discussion of the Technical Proposal, the proposed methodology (work plan), staffing and any suggestions made by the firm to improve the Terms of Reference.


More Definitions of Terms of Reference

Terms of Reference. (TOR) means the document included in the RFP as Section 5 which explains the objectives, scope of work, activities, tasks to be performed,
Terms of Reference means a detailed description and concise specification of the Services, including methodology and time frame for their performance, prepared by the Bank.
Terms of Reference. (ToR) means that part of Bidding Document which explains the scope of work, activities, tasks to be performed, evaluation criteria, respective responsibilities of the bidder as well as expected results and deliverables of the assignment.
Terms of Reference means the document included in the RFP which explains the scope of work, activities, and tasks to be performed.
Terms of Reference means these rules that will apply to the Board and members.
Terms of Reference means the terms of reference for performance of the Services attached as Schedule “A”;
Terms of Reference or “ToR” means description of the Terms of Reference attached as Annex 2.