Selection based on consultant''s qualifications (cqs), HR Management

Selection based on Consultant's Qualifications (CQS)

Under CQS, you first request expression of interest (EOI) and qualification relating to the experience and competence of the consultants relevant to your assignment. You then evaluate the information, shortlist and select the firm with the best qualifications. You then send the RFP to the selected consultant and negotiate the contract.

Where appropriate

You should adapt CQS method when:

  • Assignments where only the cost selection procedure would not be justified.
  • Past qualifications and experience of the consultant are crucial because technical proposal itself is not likely to reveal the suitability of the consultant.

CQS method can substantially reduce the process cost for us as well as the consultants and the time required to hire a consultant as well.

Type of assignments for which this method is adopted

You should use CQS when the assignment involves:

  • Evaluation studies at every critical point in the project such as review of alternative solutions with large downstream effects.
  • Executive assessments of strategies and programs.
  • High level, short term expert advice.
  • Participation in project review panels.
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