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It is not necessary to list all previous experience. What we are looking for is experience relevant to the particular type of commodities you may be interested in bidding on. If you can create such a list with all columns filled in and without violating any nondisclosure agreements, that would be the simplest solution. If not, the most critical information is the contact information so that previous contracts can be verified. Obviously, we would prefer as much information as possible but we do understand your situation.
Primary contracts are just fine so long as they represent experience in the type(s) of commodities in which your company expresses interest.
It is unlikely that an ISO-9001 quality program will meet all the applicable requirements of NQA-1 without some level of upgrade. The ISO-9001 certification may be sent but will not be used as a basis for evaluation. If you do not already have an NQA-1 quality program written and implemented, please do your best, using the Supplier Quality Assurance Program Requirements Data Sheet, to identify what sections of your quality program address each of the specific elements of NQA-1. You may also list implementing procedures if there are gaps. Any listed procedures would have to be submitted (uncontrolled copy) with the quality manual. We would then review the program, resolve any comments, and perform a survey to verify implementation prior to placement on the WTP Approved Suppliers List.
Dun & Bradstreet numbers alone are not sufficient. What we normally do in such situations is request contact information for the person who could provide specific financial data on an as-needed basis. The specific data would depend on the circumstances.
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The scope of the services provided by Bechtel National, Inc. and URS Corporation include the design, construction, and start up of the Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant (Vit Plant).